• Middle-income status in 3 yrs: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh affirms that Bangladesh will become a middle-income country within the next three years as the country has already stepped into that stair through becoming a lower middle-income country.

  • Rony fired the gunshots: Police

    Cops confirm Rony, son of AL lawmaker, fired gunshots that killed a pedestrian and an auto-rickshaw driver at New Eskaton in Dhaka on Apr 14, adds there will be no problem to prove it at court.

  • Khaleda Zia

    BNP's 'demise' and possible consequences

    Begum Zia will now have to take on the responsibility of transforming BNP into a truly democratic, secular and dynamic political party. She will have to renounce dynastic politics and empower honest and committed leaders.

  • Party men saving Sonali, Basic scamsters: Muhith

    Finance Minister AMA Muhith expresses his anger as he could not take steps against all involved in Sonali Bank and Basic Bank scams because of his party people’s support.

  • BNP demands Qamrul’s resignation

    Accusing Food Minister Qamrul Islam of importing rotten wheat from Brazil, BNP demands his immediate resignation.

  • MP’s son Rony on 2-day fresh remand

    A Dhaka court places Bakhtiar Alam Rony, son of Awami League lawmaker Pinu Khan, on a two-day fresh remand in a case filed against him in connection with the shooting and killing of two people in Dhaka’s New Eskaton area on April 14.

  • Govt trying to keep Khaleda from polls: BNP

    BNP alleges that the government has been hatching a conspiracy to make ineligible the party leaders including its chief Khaleda Zia for the next parliamentary polls.

  • SC upholds Fakhrul’s bail order

    Supreme Court upholds the High Court order that had granted bail to BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir in three vandalism and arson cases.

  • Menon deplores govt’s failure to curb graft

    Expressing dissatisfaction over government's failure to ensure good governance, Rashed Khan Menon saysthe country's GDP growth rate will rise by 2.5 percent if corruption can be curbed effectively.

  • 50,000 BNP men in jail now: Khaleda

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia says many leaders and activists of her party are victims of “enforced disappearances, abductions and secret killings” after the Awami League came to power.

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