FRIDAY, MAY 22, 2015

Awami league

  • Salahuddin’s condition ‘stable’

    Doctors said BNP leader Salahuddin Ahmed's condition is stable but he will have to stay few more days at the hospital for some ‘minor complications’.

  • Democracy in Bangladesh on solid ground: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that democracy in Bangladesh now stands on a solid foundation having been practiced for the last two decades.

  • Salahuddin’s wife flies to India

    Hasina Ahmed leaves Dhaka for the Indian state of Meghalaya to visit her husband BNP leader Salahuddin Ahmed at a Shillong hospital.

  • Awami League activist

    Feeling down? Watch this clown (video)

    Video of an Awami League activist protesting against Dr Zafar Iqbal goes viral as he admits before camera that he doesn’t know what he is complaining about.

  • Restore political coexistence: Khaleda

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia calls upon the government to restore political coexistence in the country and demanded quick release of her party’s sick and senior leaders from jail.

  • Killing of blogger Ananta blow to free speech: HRW

    The killing of secular blogger Ananta Bijoy Das is part of an alarming trend of violent intolerance toward freedom of religion and speech in Bangladesh, Human Rights Watch says.

  • Salahuddin can't say how he ended up in Shillong

    Indian cops arrest Salahuddin for intrusion

    Indian police arrests BNP leader Salahuddin Ahmed, who was missing for the last two months, in Shillong district of Meghalaya on charge of entering the country without travel documents.

  • Police brutality on woman who protested suxual assault during Pahela Baishakh.

    Analysis: A Mother’s Day gift from police!

    When cops swooped on the protesters, it only reflected the government’s and the administration’s indifferent attitude towards the Pahela Baishakh sexual assault. We were shocked because we as civilized human beings expected rational reaction from the authorities. We should not have.

  • Salahuddin Ahmed remains missing

    Opinion: Salauddin becomes another forgotten case?

    It seems we do not care that a man just disappeared into the blues amidst allegation that the law enforcing agency was behind the Houdini act. He seems to have gone down the annals of disappearance of the likes of Ilias Ali, Chowdhury Alam and labour leader Aminul Islam.

  • BCL new council on July 25-26

    The 28th council of Bangladesh Chhatra League, the student body of ruling Awami League, will be held on July 25-26.

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