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Sheikh Hasina

Khaleda sends Eid greetings to Hasina

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday sent an Eid greeting card to Sheikh Hasina addressing her as Awami League president, not prime minister. On behalf of the BNP chief, a two-member team led by assistant office secretary of the party Abdul Latif Jony handed over the card to Hasina's political office at Dhanmondi. Sources at the office confirmed The Daily Star that they got a greeting card from Khaleda in which Hasina was addressed as Awami League president. Insiders of the BNP said...

PM not interested in talks with BNP

PM not interested in talks with BNP

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today rejected outright any possibility of a dialogue with BNP regarding the next parliamentary elections saying that BNP "missed the train and now have to wait for next one". "If a political party takes wrong decision, it has to pay for this. Since BNP missed the election train, it has...

Khaleda greets Hasina as AL chief, not PM

Khaleda greets Hasina as AL chief, not PM

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia today sent an Eid greeting card to Sheikh Hasina addressing her as Awami League president, not prime minister. On behalf of Khaleda, a two-member team led by BNP’s assistant office secretary Abdul Latif Jony delivered the card to the AL chief’s political office at Dhanmondi. Sources at Hasina’s office confirmed The...

PM seeks investment from Bangladeshis in UK

PM seeks investment from Bangladeshis in UK

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called upon the Bangladeshi expatriates, especially that of Sylhet diaspora, to invest more in Bangladesh, including the energy sector. She made the request when a five-member delegation of All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG), led by Lord Sheikh, met her at Hotel Hilton on Park Lane in London yesterday afternoon. In...

London to work with Dhaka, Cameron tells Hasina

London to work with Dhaka, Cameron tells Hasina

Voicing his government's firm confidence in the present Awami League government, British Prime Minister David Cameron today said they would work together with Bangladesh for ensuring its socioeconomic development. Cameron came up with the assurance when visiting Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina had a meeting with him at 10 Downing Street in the morning. After the...

HRW again urges disbanding Rab

HRW again urges disbanding Rab

Human Rights Watch in an open letter to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today reiterated its demand to disband Rapid Action Battalion (Rab). Until it is disbanded, Rab should be made into an entirely civilian force by withdrawing all military officers and soldiers from its membership, the New York-based rights organisation said. “The Bangladeshi government has...

Govt to be forced to hold polls: Khaleda

Govt to be forced to hold polls: Khaleda

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia today said the BNP-led 20-party alliance would force the Sheikh Hasina government to hold a fresh national election under a non-party administration through massive movement after Eid. The BNP chief said this at an Iftar programme at a city hotel. National Democratic Party, a component in the 20-party alliance, organised the programme in honour of politicians. In her brief speech, Khaleda, also chief of the alliance, said people are ready to wage movement against the government as they have expressed their no confidence in the Hasina administration by rejecting the January 5 polls. “People did not go to election centres to cast their votes in the January 5 polls...

Post-Eid Movement

PM hits back at BNP threat

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday cautioned the BNP on its threat to stage anti-government protests after Eid, saying the government would not tolerate people's sufferings in the name of movement. "The BNP threatens to wage movement after Eid to topple the government. No one will be allowed to play with people's fate," she said in her valedictory speech at the budget session of the 10th parliament. People will not forget the brutalities the party had carried out before the January 5...

BNP terms Narayanganj by-polls ‘farcical’

BNP terms Narayanganj by-polls ‘farcical’

Terming Narayanganj-5 by-polls as farcical, BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir today said no free and fair elections is possible under the present government led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. "Once again it has been proved that no polls can be held in a free, fair and neutral manner under the Hasina-led...

65TH FOUNDING ANNIVERSARY OF AWAMI LEAGUE

AL is a piece of diamond: PM

AL is a piece of diamond: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said Bangladesh got all the achievements under the Awami League leadership.       Hasina, who heads the ruling party, said: "Awami League is like a piece of diamond… the more you cut it, the more it will shine.” She was addressing a rally at Suhrawardy Udyan in the capital this afternoon...

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