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BNP team signs condolence book over Abdul Kalam’s death

A three-member high-profile BNP delegation on Wednesday signed on condolence book that opened at the Indian High Commission in the city, expressing profound shock on behalf of the party and its chief over the death of ex-Indian President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam.   BNP standing committee members Lt Gen (retd) Mahbubur Rahman Dr Abdul Moyeen Khan and party chairperson’s adviser Sabihuddin Ahmed,…

Take stern action against unethical fish farming: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today issued a strong warning against fish cultivation in the rivers, canal and other natural waterbodies by obstructing their natural flow and asked the authorities concerned to take stern action against…

Taliban leader Mullah Omar 'is dead'

KABUL: The leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Mohammed Omar, has died, Afghan officials say, but the militant group has not commented on the claim.   The reclusive leader died two to three years ago, Afghan government and intelligence sources said. No further details were released.   A Taliban spokesman contacted by the BBC said the group would issue a statement shortly.…

Noted citizens hail Salauddin appeal verdict

Noted citizens today hailed the verdict of  Appellate Division of the Supreme Court that upheld death sentence given to BNP leader Salauddin Quader Chowdhury for committing crimes against humanity. Terming the verdict as groundbreaking one, veteran journalist and Sector Commanders' Forum leader Harun Habib said, "Peoples' expectation has been met through this…
Bangladeshi victims reveal their ordeals in Scotland

Bangladeshi victims reveal their ordeals in Scotland

Four Bangladeshi trafficking victims lured to Scotland and held captive by a ruthless businessman have…

JICA starts feasibility study

JICA starts feasibility study

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has started a feasibility study on Dhaka Metro Rail route-1…

Tight security steps taken up to avoid untoward incidents in Ctg

Tight security steps taken up to avoid untoward incidents in Ctg

CHITTAGONG: Tight security measures have been chalked out to avert any chalked centring appeal verdict…

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