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'India unearths JMB plot to kill Hasina'

India's National Investigation Agency (NIA) has uncovered a suspected plot by banned militant group Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) to assassinate Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and carry out a coup, three senior Indian security officials told Reuters yesterday. Dhaka did not comment directly on the assertions that Hasina had been the target of a plot, but said it had tightened security on the border with India, the news agency reported from New Delhi. The outlawed JMB also planned to assassinate BNP Chairperson...

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Create new business partnership with Bangladesh

Create new business partnership with Bangladesh

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the US investors to create a new business partnership to help Bangladesh become a middle income country by 2021. "As we aspire to become a middle-income country by 2021, I call upon the US entrepreneurs to create new business partnerships by investing more to take Bangladesh-US relations to...

Hasina, Modi to meet in New York Sept 27

Hasina, Modi to meet in New York Sept 27

In a bid to take bilateral relations to a new height through solving pending issues, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi will hold a crucial meeting in New York on September 27. Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque today confirmed about the first-ever Hasina-Modi meeting since the BJP assumed power in May...

Fakhrul sued for calling Hasina ‘killer’

Fakhrul sued for calling Hasina ‘killer’

A defamation case was filed against BNP's Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir today for terming Awami League a “killer party” and its chief Sheikh Hasina a “killer”. Nur e-Alam Siddique, vice president of Awami Matsyajibi League, filed the case against Fakhrul with the Court of Metropolitan Magistrate in Dhaka. After hearing the charges, Metropolitan Magistrate Snigdha...

Hasina knew it beforehand

Hasina knew it beforehand

BNP Senior Vice Chairman Tarique Rahman on Sunday said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was involved in the August 21 grenade attack on Awami League rally. Referring to the PM's recent remarks accusing top BNP and Jamaat leaders of being directly involved in the grisly attack 10 years back, Tarique questioned why the AL had...

PM witnesses World Cup Cricket Trophy

PM witnesses World Cup Cricket Trophy

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today witnessed the much-coveted World Cup Cricket Trophy, which is now in Bangladesh as part of its visit to countries that are going to participate in next year's World Cup Cricket Tournament. Officials of the International Cricket Council (ICC) and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) brought the spectacular trophy to the Prime Minister's official Ganobhaban residence this morning to show her. Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister asked the cricket players of Bangladesh national team to take preparations with utmost sincerity for better result in the upcoming World Cup, 2015. "I hope that you will further brighten the country's image by showing excellent performance in the World...

PM flies to Beijing from Kunming

PM flies to Beijing from Kunming

A red carpet was rolled out to welcome Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as she arrived in Beijing from Kunming this afternoon. A special flight carrying the premier and her entourage landed at Beijing International Airport around 2:00pm (local time). On her arrival in the Chinese capital, Hasina was received by Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs of China Liu Zhenmin and Bangladesh Ambassador to China Muhammad Azizul Haque. Hasina was presented a bouquet and then introduced with those in the presentation line. The prime minister then walked through the static guard before going to Diaoyutai State Guest House in a ceremonial motorcade where she will be staying during her tour. Earlier, the prime minister departed...

Fakhrul blasts PM for comments on HC judges

Fakhrul blasts PM for comments on HC judges

BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam today lambasted Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for her remarks about High Court judges for issuing arrest order for three former Rab officers in connection with Narayanganj seven-murder. "The prime minister even did not leave judges from giving threat. She [Hasina] has given direct and indirect threat to judges," Mirza Fakhrul said at a press conference today. The BNP leader's statement came a day after the premier's press briefing at Gono Bhaban where she commented on the arrest order for three Rab-11 officers who are now being investigated. Hasina said yesterday: "When we were still investigating the matter … and before that investigation was complete …...

Hasina for good ties with India

Hasina for good ties with India

Voicing hopes of keeping up good relations with India, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said any problem with neighbouring countries could be resolved through bilateral talks. "You may have differences over policy, it's quite natural. If there's any problem you can solve them through bilateral discussions," she said. The prime minister made the remarks while...

Govt won't use DGFI for political purpose: PM

Govt won't use DGFI for political purpose: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday reiterated her firm stance of not using the Directorate General of Forces Intelligence (DGFI) for political purposes. She asked the DGFI men to protect the constitution of the country in the face of all kinds of threats. "You have to keep yourselves always ready to protect the sovereignty of the...

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