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Ashraful's ban now for 5 yrs

Verdict in Appeal

Ashraful's ban now for 5 yrs

Former Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful has had his eight-year ban, which included a three-year suspended sentence, reduced to a five-year term by the BCB's disciplinary panel chief, former justice Mohammed Abdur Rashid. The crest-fallen Bangladesh batting genius, whose reduced sanction now effective from August 13, 2013, stands a chance to return to cricket on August 13, 2016, provided he obtains a certificate of “good conduct from the ICC” to get the benefit of the revised “last two years” suspended sentence. Ashraful will turn 32 by then. “I'm extremely happy. I...

2 to die for killing schoolboy

2 to die for killing schoolboy

  A Dhaka court today sentenced two kidnappers to death in absentia for killing a six years schoolboy after abduction two years ago. Md Nafis, a play group student of Provati Bidya Niketon Kindergarten, was abducted on February 21, 2012 from Mollahbari area in Keraniganj of the capital. Two days after the abduction, Nafis was killed...

Youth to hang for Dr Eva murder

Youth to hang for Dr Eva murder

A Dhaka court today awarded death penalty to a youth for killing a female doctor two years back. Convict Mohammad Faysal, 19, strangled Dr Sajia Afreen Eva, 28, on November 29, 2012, after failing to rape her at Amtola Brac Clinic in Dakkhin Khan area of the capital. Dr Eva was a physician of the clinic where Faysal had been working as a caretaker.  Judge ABM Nizamul Haque of the Speedy Trial Tribunal-4 pronounced the judgement in presence of Faysal. Victim’s father Monirul Islam filed a murder case with Dakshin Khan Police Station accusing Faysal and three...

8 to hang for Lalbagh commissioner Alim murder

A Dhaka court today awarded death penalty to eight people including three siblings for killing a Lalbagh ward commissioner, Hazi Mohammad Alim, 18 years back. Alim, commissioner of ward No. 62 in Lalbagh, was shot and stabbed to death at Azimpur in the capital on February 8, 1996. The convicts are: Md Harun, Md Siraj, Md Shawkat, Md Shiblu, Md Kamal and Syed Ahmad and his two brothers -- Rashid Ahmad and Farid Ahmad. All the convicts but Shiblu, Shawkat and Kamal...

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