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Hold talks or face dire consequence: Khaleda

Hold talks or face dire consequence: Khaleda

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia today warned the government of “dire consequences” if it does not sit for a dialogue immediately to create a congenial atmosphere for a fresh election. Khaleda also hoped that the BNP-led 20-party alliance’s tougher movement after Eid-ul-Fitr will unseat Sheikh Hasina government. “Still there is time. I will urge the government...

AL now an abandoned political party: Fakhrul

AL now an abandoned political party: Fakhrul

BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir today said the ruling Awami League has become an “abandoned political party” after the “one-sided and voter less” January 5 election. “Awami League can’t face the opposition politically as it has become a deserted organisation after the January 5 national election. It has also become politically...

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...

Tarique sends legal notice to AL MP over 'derogatory' remark

Tarique sends legal notice to AL MP over 'derogatory' remark

BNP Senior Vice-Chairman Tarique Rahman today sent a legal notice to Awami League lawmaker Hasan Mahmud asking him to apologise for making “derogatory” comment against him. Mahmud on Tuesday reportedly told a meeting at Dhaka Reporters’ Unity that Tarique and Arafat Rahman Koko, sons of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, deposited money to Swiss banks. Tarique...

SC scrubs acquital of Mir Nasir, son

SC scrubs acquital of Mir Nasir, son

The Supreme Court today scrapped two High Court verdicts that acquitted former state minister Mir Mohammad Nasiruddin and his son Mir Helal Uddin in two separate corruption cases. A trial court in 2007 had sentenced Nasiruddin to 13 years’ imprisonment and Helal to three years’ imprisonment in the cases filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission. The Appellate Division of the SC also asked the HC to hold further hearing and dispose of the appeals filed by Nasiruddin and Helal challenging the lower court judgments against them. A five-member bench of the Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice Md Muzammel Hossain passed the order after hearing two separate leave-to-appeal petitions by the ACC. The ground...

I don't think many Bangladeshis go to India, they are doing quite well here

I don't think many Bangladeshis go to India, they are doing quite well here

Khaleda Zia, former Bangladesh PM and Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson, met India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj last week in Dhaka. In an exclusive interview at her office Sunday, she spoke of her expectations of the Narendra Modi government, her thoughts on the previous UPA government, and politics in Bangladesh. How was your meeting...

10 hurt in Sramik Dal infighing in capital

At least 10 leaders and activists of Sramik Dal, the labour wing of BNP, were injured in a clash between two factions of the organisation centering election of its Dhaka South chapter. The clash ensued immediate after the announcement of the election result around 5:00pm in which Amir Khashru and Mahbubul Alam were elected as president and general secretary respectively, BNP central office sources said. The activists loyal to the defeated candidates Suman Bhuiyan and Sabuj Mia launched a blistering attack...

Not many Bangladeshis going to India: Khaleda

Not many Bangladeshis going to India: Khaleda

BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has said she does not think that many Bangladeshis go to India, as they are doing well in the country. “Nobody has given any clear proof that there are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh in India,” Khaleda said in an interview with the Indian Express on Sunday. She was replying to a question on Narendra Modi-led Indian government's stance on the illegal immigration in India. Terming Modi’s invitation to Saarc leaders at his oath-taking ceremony a ‘welcome initiative’, the BNP chief said “It is also recognition of Saarc - conceived by my late husband President Ziaur Rahman more than three decades ago. Now, Modi has taken an interest in...

Man shot dead in Narayanganj polling centre clash

Man shot dead in Narayanganj polling centre clash

A man was shot dead and 30 were injured, including 10 with bullets, during a gunfight between the supporters of Awami League- and BNP-backed mayoral candidates for municipality elections at a polling centre in Rupganj upazila of Narayanganj this morning. Voting at Tarail Government Primary School polling centre was suspended following the clash, reports our Narayanganj correspondent. Meanwhile, a clash between the supporters of two chairman candidates, loyal to AL and BNP, left over 20 people injured at another centre during the polls at Kanchan municipality around 10:30am. Additional Superintendent of Police in Narayanganj Md Zakaria confirmed the death of Sukomol Datta, 55. Supporters of AL-backed councillor candidate Mohan entered Tarail Government Primary...

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...

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