• Confusion, panic order of the day

    Confusion and panic was the order of the day at the Bangladesh Bank yesterday, a day after its governor Atiur Rahman stepped down and two deputy governors were removed hastily amid strong criticism over the central bank's handling of the $101 million cyber theft.

  • JP ministers to resign after April

    Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad yesterday said he would resign as the special envoy to the prime minister and his party's three ministers from the cabinet in phases to play the role of a real opposition party.

  • Shahriar Rumi quits BNP

    Shahriar Rumi, a central executive committee member of BNP and vice president of its Faridpur unit, resigns from all posts of the party intending to return to the ruling Awami League.

  • Shamsher Mobin quits BNP

    BNP Vice-Chairman Shamsher Mobin Chowdhury resigns from all posts of the party citing health reasons. He submitted his resignation letter to the party’s acting Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Wednesday.

  • Maya, Qamrul should resign: TIB chief

    The ministers for relief and disaster management and food should resign willingly over corruption allegations, Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) says.

  • Manju quits as Ctg mayor to run for it again

    Incumbent BNP backed Chittagong City Corporation (CCC) Mayor M Manjur Alam Manju resigns and joins the next mayoral race for the port city

  • Bangladesh to appeal against ‘controversial’ umpiring: ICC chief

    President of International Cricket Council (ICC), says Bangladesh to appeal against “controversial” umpiring decisions during Bangladesh’s quarterfinal game against India