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Cops arrest 16

Police yesterday arrested 16 Dhaka University admission seekers when they gathered at TSC to meet its Vice Chancellor AAMS Arefin Siddique to place their demand for retaking admission test at the university. The law enforcers detained 12 students near the Raju sculpture around 10:00am and drove out others, said witnesses. Police detained four others...

Upazila Jamaat chief among 56 held in Bogra

Upazila Jamaat chief among 56 held in Bogra

Law enforcers detained 56 people including an upazila chief of the Jamaat-e-Islami from Bogra in a 24-hour crackdown. Ataur Rahman, chief of Jamaat’s Adamgighi upazila unit, was nabbed yesterday afternoon from court area in a sabotage case filed over the January 5 election, reports our Bogra correspondent quoting Uzzal Kumar Roy, assistant superintendent of...

Robbery In Ctg

2 suspects injured in 'shootout'

Two arrested “robbers” allegedly involved in Saturday's robbery at two jewellery shops in Chittagong were injured in a so-called shootout between their cohorts and police in Firingibazar area early yesterday. The incident took place around 3:00am as the law enforcers carried out a raid there along with the two arrestees -- Md Hasan Jamadar, 32, of Barisal and Md Manik alias Kana, 28, of Barguna – to apprehend some other robbers, said police. Sensing police presence, the criminals opened fire on...

Sexual minorities being harassed

Sexual minorities being harassed

Law enforcers often use Section 54 of the Code of Criminal Procedure to harass homosexuals and other sexual minorities as it allows arrest of anyone without a warrant, lawyers from around the country told a workshop yesterday. It remains the most convenient way to harass people, they observed at the programme, “Human Rights of...

Every day human rights day

Amid growing concerns over abductions of many, allegedly by law enforcers, the country observes the United Nations' Human Rights Day today. The UN General Assembly proclaimed December 10 as Human Rights Day in 1950. This year's slogan -- Human Rights 365 -- encompasses the idea that every day is a Human Rights Day. To mark the day, several government and non-government organisations have arranged different programmes, including discussions, rallies and seminars in the capital and elsewhere in the country. Maulik Adhikar Suraksha...

Police under political control now: Akbar Ali

Police under political control now: Akbar Ali

  Stating that the police have completely gone under political control, former caretaker government adviser Akbar Ali Khan today said the situation will worsen if a commission is not formed and the concerned law is not amended in this regard. He was speaking at a programme marking seven years of the judiciary’s separation held at...

WHERE? WHY?

WHERE? WHY?

Four-year-old Arwa was supposed to be cuddled by her father. Instead, she had to go to the Jatiya Press Club yesterday with her family members, crying for his return.  “Bring back my father...bring back…” Little Arwa hardly could complete a sentence; she was in tears, so was her elder sister Raita, 10. They were attending a...

Nurul Islam's Death in 2008 House Fire

Law enforcers, family still at loggerheads

Law enforcers, family still at loggerheads

Over the last six years, the investigation into the fire that killed Gonotantri Party president Nurul Islam and his son had changed the hands of two law enforcement agencies but it remains virtually inconclusive with the law enforcers calling it an accident and the family claiming it to be an arson attack and demanding further inquiry and interrogation of Nurul's political rivals. The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) was the first to launch a probe after the house fire in 2008, and submitted the final report early last year following five years of work. Then the Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) started further inquiry last June and submitted its report last December. Both...

11 ‘carjackers, snatchers’ held in Dhaka

11 ‘carjackers, snatchers’ held in Dhaka

Law enforcers claimed detention of 11 members of alleged carjacker and snatcher gangs in separate crackdowns through Dhaka last night. Detectives nabbed five members of carjacker gangs and seized two stolen cars, fake pay order slips, forged papers and BRTA seals, a message to the media from on behalf of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP)...

3 DMP policemen sued for graft

3 DMP policemen sued for graft

Three policemen were sued at a Dhaka court today for alleged extortion and assault on a trader. The accused were Md Manju, an assistant sub-inspector, and Constables Rabiul Islam and Anjan Ansar of Khilgaon Police Station. ASI Manju is currently deputed at Shahjahanpur Police Station and the two others at Paltan Police Station. Complainant Sulaiman Sheikh, an trader of open market sale goods,  alleged that the three policemen took Tk 6,500 from him on May 5 this year in Khilgaon’s Bhuiyan Para area. He also said he was assaulted during the incident. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Ali Masud Sheikh heard the case and will pass further order on whether the charges will...

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