• JS body seeks lists of firms, banks named in Panama Papers

    The parliamentary standing committee on finance asks the central bank to submit a list of organisations and companies, whose names have been published in the Panama Papers.

  • ACC sues Khoka for illegally allocate shops

    Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) files a case against former Dhaka City Corporation Mayor Sadeque Hossain Khoka for allocating 138 shops of 10 markets illegally.

  • 2 businessmen held over BASIC Bank loan scam

    The Anti-Corruption Commission arrests two businessmen in a case filed over Basic Bank's Tk 76 crore loan scam.

  • ACC

    ACC sued 97 people in Mar

    The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) approved filing of 34 cases against 97 people including government officials, public representatives and businessmen in March this year.

  • ACC to sue ex-ADG of DIP for graft

    The Anti-Corruption Commission is going to file a case against Rafiqul Islam, former additional director general of Department of Immigration and Passport (DIP), for acquiring money from unauthorised sources.

  • ACC arrests Ex-engr of Wasa, 6 others

    The Anti-Corruption Commission today arrests seven people including a former engineer of Wasa from different parts of the country in connection with various graft cases.

  • ACC nets 13 over different scams

    The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) arrests 13 persons from different parts of the country for misappropriating over Tk 9.5 crore and grabbing lands.

  • ACC nets 8 over different scams

    In 2013, five employees of the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) drew two months' salary of 265 teachers and employees.

  • ACC arrests 8 over different scams

    The Anti-Corruption Commission arrests eight persons from different parts of the country on charges of fraudulence and misappropriating money.

  • Engineer, ex-civil surgeon among 4 held

    The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) arrests four persons including an engineer, a banker and a former civil surgeon in three separate cases filed for misappropriating about Tk 11.26 crore at different times.

  • Panama leaks: Body formed to find out Bangladeshis’ name

    Anti-Corruption Commission forms a three-member body to find whether there is mention in hacked Panama Papers of any Bangladeshis having offshore accounts.

  • Tarique Rahman

    Bribery case against Tarique to go ahead

    The High Court clears the way for trial court to run the trial proceedings against BNP leader Tarique Rahman and three others in a case filed on charge of bribery.

  • SC stays Mirza Abbas’ release from jail

    BNP senior leader Mirza Abbas’ bail in a graft case has been stayed for a week by the Supreme Court, thereby halting his release from prison.

  • Iqbal Mahmud new head of ACC

    Iqbal Mahmud, former senior secretary of public administration ministry, was appointed chairman of the Anti-Corruption Commission yesterday.

  • Moosa sued for false info

    The Anti-Corruption Commission yesterday sued controversial businessman Moosa Bin Shamsher for allegedly giving false information in his wealth statement.

  • Ex-secy Iqbal Mahmud new ACC chairman

    Former secretary of public administration ministry Iqbal Mahmud has been appointed as the new chairman of the anti-graft body Anti-Corruption Commission.

  • ACC relieves ex-Rajuk chairman of corruption allegation

    The Anti-Corruption Commission has relieved former Rajuk chairman Md Nurul Huda of corruption allegation after primary enquiry, say official sources at the ACC.

  • Janata Bank GM among 5 sued by ACC

    The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) files a case against five bank officials, including a General Manager of Janata Bank Limited, and four others for allegedly swindling over Tk 250 crore from the bank through opening letters of credit (LCs) to a fake company.

  • Padma bridge conspirators to be tried

    Conspirators who wanted to stall the Padma Bridge project would be tried under the country's existing law, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina told parliament yesterday. “The Anti-Corruption Commission has already carried out investigations against those involved in conspiracy to obstruct the Padma Bridge project at that time,” the prime minister said in reply to lawmakers' queries.

  • HC asks for probe reports on BASIC Bank loan scam

    The High Court directs the Anti-Corruption Commission and Bangladesh Bank to submit probe reports on BASIC Bank loan scam.

  • CORRUPTION HURTS

    After experiencing many ups and downs over the last four plus decades, the economy of Bangladesh has transformed into a promising one on many accounts.

  • ACC slated for failure to find Bacchu's role

    A parliamentary watchdog yesterday blasted the Anti-Corruption Commission for failing to expose corruption committed by former BASIC Bank chairman Sheikh Abdul Hye Bacchu.

  • Engr Mosharraf Hossain

    Rajuk can’t shrug off responsibility of rampant commercialisation: Minister

    The housing minister says Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) cannot shrug off the responsibility of rampant commercialisation in Dhaka’s residential areas.

  • SC upholds ex-BNP MP’s acquittal in tax evasion case

    The Supreme Court upholds a High Court verdict that scrapped six years’ imprisonment of former BNP lawmaker M Rashiduzzaman Millat in a tax evasion case.

  • Noman’s graft trial to continue, SC rules

    The appellate division upholds a High Court verdict that cleared way for a lower court to run trial against BNP leader Abdullah Al Noman in a graft case.

  • JS body summons ACC over BASIC Bank scam

    The parliamentary standing committee on finance ministry summons the Anti-Corruption Commission over the BASIC Bank scam.

  • SC scraps acquittal of Ariful Chy

    The Supreme Court yesterday scrapped a High Court verdict that had acquitted Ariful Haque Chowdhury, former mayor of Sylhet City Corporation, in a corruption case.

  • ACC asks Moosa to appear before it on Jan 28

    The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) asks controversial business tycoon and DATCO Group chairman Moosa Bin Shamsher to appear before it on January 28.

  • Moosa Bin Shamsher suffering from ‘death phobia’

    Citing his “fear of death” and health issues, controversial business tycoon Moosa Bin Shamsher seeks to postpone his interrogation by the Anti-Corruption Commission for two to three months.

  • ACC challenges Tarique's acquittal at HC

    The Anti-Corruption Commission has taken a move to get a ruling from the High Court on BNP leader Tarique Rahman in a money laundering case involving Tk 20.41 crore.

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