• Gatco graft case: Order on Khaleda’s pleas Aug 5

    High Court will deliver verdict on BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s pleas challenging the legality of Gatco graft trial proceedings on Wednesday.

  • Saudi govt didn’t entertain Jamaat, BNP’s requests: Report

    Jamaat expected the help of Saudi govt to stop war crimes trial multiple times while BNP chief Khaleda Zia asked for intervention to resolve political impasse. But Saudi Arabia did not respond to the requests, Prothom Alo reports quoting leaked diplomatic documents.

  • Khaleda attends Jamaat iftar

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia attends an iftar organised by Jamaat-e-Islami at a city hotel.

  • Mojaheed decides to seek review of SC verdict

    War criminal Mojaheed decides to see review of Supreme Court ruling that upheld his death penalty, his lawyers say.

  • People defy Jamaat hartal

    Despite a 24-hour countrywide hartal enforced by Jamaat-e-Islami across the country, Dhaka city dwellers came out in streets and performed their daily jobs as usual today.

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    AL hails Mojaheeds death penalty, BNP mum

    The ruling Awami League today hails the Supreme Court verdict upholding the death penalty of Jamaat’s Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed for war crimes charges while BNP, as usual, keep mum.

  • Internet keeps Jamaat leaders in touch

    Now in hiding to avoid arrest, top leaders of Jamaat-e-Islami are using different Internet-based messaging and telecommunications applications to communicate with party colleagues, according to the party insiders.

  • Evidence leading to Mojaheed’s punishment

    The International Crimes Tribunal cited several evidences in the death verdict it handed down to Ali Ahsan Mojaheed, the notorious al-Badr chief of 1971.

  • Justice comes after she goes

    “I want them to be punished. My heart wants it.” This was possibly her only wish after she lost her husband during the Liberation War in 1971.

  • They can now rest in peace

    It was a phone call that gave words to a long endured pain and wait. Perhaps that is why Saif Imam Jami called back from a different time zone, taking time out of his busy office hours.

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