• SC bail for Goyeshwar, no bar to release

    Supreme Cour upholds a High Court bail for BNP leader Goyeshwar Chandra Roy and paves way for his release from jail.

  • Rony fired the gunshots: Police

    Cops confirm Rony, son of AL lawmaker, fired gunshots that killed a pedestrian and an auto-rickshaw driver at New Eskaton in Dhaka on Apr 14, adds there will be no problem to prove it at court.

  • SC upholds Fakhrul’s bail order

    Supreme Court upholds the High Court order that had granted bail to BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir in three vandalism and arson cases.

  • UK parliament dissects Bangladesh: Is it good news?

    Whether one likes it or not, Bangladesh does not enjoy good reputation in the West. The latest debate by a British Parliamentary

  • Away yet not away

    Bangladeshi-American engineer Shah Talukder had definite reasons to feel proud when his daughter launched a language coaching programme for poor students back in his motherland four years ago. And he had reasons to be frustrated too when Leilah, in the US, had trouble communicating with her students in Bangladesh due to hartals, weather, or traffic jams.

  • Politics in cricket and cricket in politics

    Sports and politics have collided throughout history, but there are also examples of collaboration between them. South African president Nelson Mandela used rugby to heal the racial tension that divided the blacks and the whites in his country.

  • All torn down except AL offices

    Police tear down makeshift structures around DMCH, but do not scrape three political offices of ruling Awami League located there.

  • Rony's gun identified for death of 2

    Ballistic reports confirm bullets that killed two people in Dhaka were fired from Ruling Awami League MP's son Rony, police say.

  • News Analysis: Political enmity beyond borders

    While her party men were staging demonstration against Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's visit in London, BNP chief Khaleda Zia in Dhaka on Monday invited Hasina to attend an iftar party she will host in honour of the country's political leaders.

  • Jamaat calls 24-hr hartal Wednesday

    Appalled by the Supreme Court verdict against war criminal Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed, Jamaat-e-Islami calls a 24-hour hartal from tomorrow.

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