SATURDAY, MAY 30, 2015

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  • Sweden slammed for denying visa to blogger Ananta

    A free speech group launches a blistering attack on Sweden on Wednesday after it denied a travel visa to a secular Bangladeshi blogger who was then hacked to death by suspected Islamists.

  • One more ghastly murder in the city

    IN a macabre attack with a hammer, a former college teacher was murdered in her apartment in the capital on Monday.

  • Pakistan militants deny killing in Khyber

    The news that Pakistan security forces killed 30 militants in gun battles in the mountainous northwestern Khyber region on Saturday, is being denied by a spokesman for the militants.

  • Jannati gets bail finally

    The High Court today granted bail to Jannati Hossain, a young entrepreneur detained in a murder case after her business partner Mostamsir Ashraf died in a car crash.

  • Police did not act, says Avijit’s wife

    Rafida Ahmed Bonya, wife of murdered blogger-writer Avijit Roy, says she did not get proper cooperation from law enforcers when they came under attack on February 26.

  • Get DNA test done by FBI, court tells Avijit murder investigators

    A Dhaka court today ordered the Detective Branch (DB) of police to get a DNA test of the Avijit Roy murder evidence done by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

  • Govt showing utmost patience: PM

    Terming Khaleda Zia as the leader of the militants, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says that the BNP chief would have to face punishment for getting people killing in petrol bombs attacks.

  • A murder most foul

    It seems there is no end to sensational news from Bangladesh. Smack on the face of the dramatic revelation of the phone conversations of a civil society stalwart that shook the society, came the horrific news of a most brutal killing of an activist writer in public view. His offense was seemingly his writings that advocated tolerance, freedom from bigotry of all kinds, love and respect for all humans, and above all a just society.

  • Hartal extended till 6am Friday

    BNP-led 20-party alliance extend its countrywide ongoing hartal till 6:00am Friday protesting what it said the killings of opposition leaders and activists in the name of crossfire and for the filing of false cases against the alliance leaders

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