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  • Khaleda's motorcade attacked, 4 injured

    At least four are injured as miscreants attack motorcade of BNP chief Khaleda Zia after she went to campaign for her party-endorsed mayoral candidate Tabith Awal at Karwan Bazar.

  • AL men protest against Khaleda Zia

    Opinion: AL’s crude tactics to stop Khaleda

    Dhaka city is in a festive mood. Festoons and streamers deck the roads and alleys. Mayoral candidates are on whirlpool campaigning. Commissioner candidates are bringing out support processions. It all matches what democracy should look like, except what happened yesterday.

  • Annisul promises CCTV surveillance

    Condemning sexual assaults on women by rowdy men during Pahela Baishakh celebrations on Dhaka University campus, Awami League-backed mayoral candidate Annisul Huq says he has a plan to bring the entire city under CCTV surveillance if he is elected.

  • OC among 6 shot during AL rally in Faridpur

    At least six people including an officer-in-charge is bullet injured as gun of a local Awami League leader went off “accidentally” during a rally of the ruling party's Presidium Member Kazi Zafarullah in Bhanga upazila of Faridpur.

  • AL leader scuffles with RU VC

    Rajshahi city Awami League General Secretary Dablu Sarkar scuffles with Vice-Chancellor Prof Mizan Uddin at the latter’s office over recruiting ruling party men at Rajshahi University.

  • BCL suspends 5 activists over assault at JU

    Bangladesh Chhatra League, the student wing of ruling Awami League, suspended five of its leaders and activists of Jahangirnagar University unit on charge of physically assaulting an indigenous student.

  • Opinion: Thank you, Khaleda

    We can thank Khaleda Zia and her party BNP for at least one thing that they have contributed to Bangladesh politics: They have made hartal redundant for this country.

  • All war trial verdicts to be executed: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina vows to execute the remaining war crimes trial verdicts saying Bangladesh war criminals committed much more heinous crimes than Iraq’s Saddam Hussein.

  • Interpol issues red notice on Tarique

    Interpol issues red notice upon BNP senior vice chairman Tarique Rahman in connection with August 21, 2004 grenade attack on Awami League rally that left 24 people dead.The name and details including photograph of Tarique, now staying in London, are posted as a wanted person on the Interpol website.

  • AL men ‘attack’ BNP activists in Ctg

    Awami League and Bangladesh Chhatra League activists allegedly carry out an attack on BNP activists in Chittagong during inauguration of BNP’s election offices.

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