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Exec magistrates abusing power in mobile courts

Exec magistrates abusing power in mobile courts

A High Court bench yesterday observed that executive magistrates are abusing their power by running ‘mobile courts’ from their offices instead…
All we dream now a beautiful Bangladesh

All we dream now a beautiful Bangladesh

Family members of the martyred intellectuals have observed that they have accepted the sacrifices of their love ones with the hope of seeing a beautiful…
No proof of Akayed’s terror link at home

No proof of Akayed’s terror link at home

Bangladesh Police have not found any evidence of New York blast accused Akayed Ullah’s involvement in militant activities at home. On Monday morning,…
PM sure of AL victory in next election

PM sure of AL victory in next election

Confident about Awami League's victory in the next national election, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked the party leaders and activists to remain…
Next hearing on judges’ conduct rules on Jan 2

Next hearing on judges’ conduct rules on Jan 2

The Supreme Court yesterday set January 2 for next hearing on the gazette notification that issued on lower court judges' conduct rules, reports UNB.…
Land minister’s son lands in jail

Land minister’s son lands in jail

Land Minister Shamsur Rahman Sharif's son Shirhan Sherif Tomal, also a local Jubo League leader, was sent to jail yesterday for attacking journalists…

Two Reuters journalists missing in Myanmar

Two Reuters journalists are missing in Myanmar, with local media suggesting they have been detained by police, says BBC. The international news agency told the BBC they "have filed a missing person's report and are doing everything we can to locate them". The two journalists are named…
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