Aug 10 2017 Biswajit, murdered twice

On the very day that the world was observing the International Human Rights Day in 2012, a poor man was denied the basic right guaranteed to all human beings under God—right to life. Biswajit was a victim of depraved politics, killed brutally by some members of the student wing of the ruling party. [Read More]

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Aug 10 2017 North Korea details Guam strike plans

Nuclear-armed North Korea yesterday announced a detailed plan to send a salvo of four missiles over Japan and towards the US [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Aug 10 2017 Get rid of hajj visa chaos in a day

The religious affairs ministry yesterday issued a “red notice” for four hajj agencies for their failure to submit visa applications of around 800 pilgrims. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Aug 10 2017 To BNP, it’s Magna Carta

The BNP yesterday blasted former chief justice ABM Khairul Haque for his comments on the 16th constitutional amendment verdict [Read More]

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Aug 10 2017 MoU signed to import rice from Thailand

Bangladesh yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding with Thailand to facilitate up to 10 lakh tonnes of rice import from the [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Aug 10 2017 7-yr-old boy tied to tree, beaten up

Seven-year-old Jewel was screaming for help, repeatedly saying he did not steal the phone. [Read More]

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Aug 10 2017 SCBA divided over Khairul’s comments

The Supreme Court Bar Association has become divided over Law Commission Chairman Justice ABM Khairul Haque’s comments on the [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Aug 10 2017 Fresh blow to Sundarbans

The government has decided to approve all industries currently operating in the ecologically critical area (ECA) of the Sundarbans. [Read More]

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Aug 10 2017 Scrapping of 16th Amendment: Govt finds reasons unacceptable

The grounds on which the Supreme Court scrapped the 16th amendment to the constitution are unacceptable to the government, Law Minister Anisul Huq said yesterday. [Read More]

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Aug 10 2017 No politics over judgment

Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha yesterday said the Supreme Court welcomes constructive criticisms of judgments and its judges will not fall into any trap laid by the government or the opposition.
Requesting all to refrain from playing politics with SC verdicts, he said everybody should exercise restraint and it will be good for all. [Read [...]

 
 
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