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  • ‘Arrest those involved in campus violence’

    Hasina also tells cops not to consider such elements' political affiliations

    ‘Arrest those involved in campus violence’
    This Banglar Chokh photo taken on November 20 shows ruling Awami League’s student wing Bangladesh Chhatra League activists are running with daggers during the turf war at Sylhet’s Shahjalal University of Science and Technology.

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today instructed police and civil administration to arrest all involved in violence at educational institutions without considering their political affiliations. Her directive came four days after a deadly clash between two groups of Bangladesh Chhatra League – the ruling Awami...

Hefajat threatens with hartal on Thursday

Hefajat threatens with hartal on Thursday

Hefajat-e Islam has threatened to call a countrywide daylong hartal for Thursday if sacked minister Abdul Latif Siddique is not arrested...

Hefajat threatens with hartal on Thursday

Hefajat-e Islam has threatened to call a countrywide daylong hartal for Thursday if...

Mobarak to hang

Mobarak to hang

A special tribunal in Dhaka today handed death penalty to local Awami League leader Mobarak Hossain for gunning down 33 people...

Mobarak to hang

A special tribunal in Dhaka today handed death penalty to local Awami League leader Mobarak Hossain for gunning down...

HC orders govt to buy new formalin kit

HC orders govt to buy new formalin kit

The High Court today ordered the government to form an expert committee by a week in order to select a new...

HC orders govt to buy new formalin kit

The High Court today ordered the government to form an expert committee by a week in...

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BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir today lambasted the government for allowing sacked minister Abdul Latif Siddique to come out of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport without any barrier. “It proves that the government had complete support for him,” Fakhrul said while talking to reporters after a call on with visiting Swedish Minister Isabella Lovin at the Swedish ambassador's office at Gulshan. At a press briefing later in the day at the party’s Nayapaltan office, BNP joint secretary general Rizvi Ahmed alleged that by making drama over Latif, government has created a...

Putin's secret plot to rule Europe exposed

Smarting and isolated due to international sanctions over the Ukraine crisis, Germany's biggest newspaper today published details of the Kremlin plot in which Putin seeks to hold sway over a continent currently aligned against him, reports express.com. German intelligence sources claim the country's only mildly-eurosceptic party, Alternative for Germany (AfD), is being wooed...

ICT cautions media

The International Crimes Tribunal-1 chairman today asked the media to be cautious while reporting trial proceedings. “Events should be reported when it happens,” said Justice M Enayetur Rahim. He came with the remarks...

Writ seeks Latif’s arrest in 24hrs

A Supreme Court lawyer today filed a writ petition with the High Court seeking its directives upon the government to arrest sacked minister Abdul Latif Siddique in 24 hours on charges...

Mobarak wrongly convicted: Defense

The defense counsel of death sentenced Brahmanbaria Awami Legaue leader Mobarak Hossian was dissatisfied with the verdict delivered by the war crimes tribunal today. “Justice was not served. We will appeal to...

8 remanded over RU teacher murder

A Rajshahi court today placed eight people on a fresh one-day remand in a case filed in connection with the killing of Rajshahi University teacher AKM Shafiul Islam. Judge Sharmin Akhter of...

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Stand by start-ups with policy support: analysts

Friendly policies, tax breaks and a change in the educational curriculum and people's mindset are crucial to promoting start-ups in Bangladesh, young entrepreneurs said yesterday. "There needs to be a fundamental shift in terms of how the academic structure is designed for the new world," said Mustafizur Rahman Khan, founder and chief executive of StartupDhaka.org, a content and event platform. Kalsoom Lakhani, CEO of Invest2Innovate, which supports start-ups, does not think that academics in countries like Bangladesh...

     Op-ed

A latest intelligence report on police reveals a worrying picture of indiscipline in the country's largest law enforcing agency. Based on the intelligence findings, a prominent Bangla daily reported that in the last six months more than eight hundred orders of Dhaka Metropolitan police commissioner have been violated. In most of the cases, these occurred in the form of manipulating transfer orders to stay in the same station as if growing a stake in it. It is easily understandable that this unusual long stay has very little to do with professionalism. Rather, it strengthens their hold on the area and prolongs their nexus with vested interests. As a result, the law...

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