Jul 21 2016 ‘JMB den’ at Tongi busted

The Rapid Action Battalion yesterday claimed to have busted a den of banned militant outfit Jamaat’ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) in Tongi of Gazipur and arrested four of its members, including a top leader. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jul 21 2016 Aftershocks of a failed coup

The truth of the matter is that military intervention in politics or attempted usurpation of power is an imposition on the people and is never supported by them. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jul 21 2016 NRB in Australia ‘linked to IS’

Law enforcers have been looking for a Bangladeshi expatriate in Australia with suspected links to Islamic State (IS). [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jul 21 2016 Babul still in job, absent from office

Superintendent of Police Babul Akter is still in his job, but remains absent from office. If he continues to do so, the police [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jul 21 2016 Govt’s political vengeance behind verdict

Denouncing yesterday’s verdict on Senior Vice-chairman Tarique Rahman in a money laundering case, the BNP said the judgment was nothing but a political vengeance. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jul 21 2016 Minister Mosharraf asked to surrender

The High Court yesterday directed Housing and Public Works Minister Mosharraf Hossain to surrender before a lower court in [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jul 21 2016 The foxes of Dhaka

A few months ago, retired cardiologist and photographer Dr Mahboob Ali was playing golf at the city’s Kurmitola Golf Club [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jul 21 2016 ‘Dhaka not alone in fight against terror’

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said Bangladesh should not consider itself alone in the fight against terrorism and reiterated his country’s full support to Dhaka. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jul 21 2016 ‘Missing’ but not missing

A cook at a fishing trawler in Chittagong, Jane Alam went to the house of his first wife in Mymensingh on February 21, without telling his second wife. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 

Jul 21 2016 Tarique convicted, jailed for 7 years

BNP Senior Vice Chairman Tarique Rahman was sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment and fined Tk 20 crore by the High Court yesterday in a money laundering case which may have an enormous impact on his political career. [Read More]

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Source: The Daily Star

 
 
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