Mohammad Ali Jinnat | The Daily Star
  • Mohammad Ali Jinnat

  • 102 narcos give themselves up

    With one police jeep in front and another behind, four buses brought 102 yaba godfathers and dealers to Teknaf Model Primary School from Cox's Bazar Police Lines around 9:00am yesterday.
  • 100 yaba Godfathers, Dealers: Stage set for surrender today

    For the first time in the country, around 100 yaba godfathers and dealers will surrender today at a formal programme in Teknaf, the entry point for the deadly drug from Myanmar.
  • Cox's Bazar's 'Yaba Village': Paid agents now running the show

    One would be mesmerised by the duplex mansions by the 13km road between Teknaf Zero Point and Shah Porir Island. Most of the mansions are in the middle of farmland, forest or just beside the road.
  • Yaba Trade in Cox's Bazar: Situation changes, so does strategy

    With law enforcers locking up listed drug dealers and smugglers, new groups are filling their shoes adopting generous marketing strategies, including sales on credit. They are also using new routes to smuggle in yaba from Myanmar.
  • For them, past is not past at all

    Nahiyan often springs up from bed at midnight and starts looking for her father Akramul Haque, the slain ward councillor of Teknaf municipality. The 12-year-old scurries to her father's bed and breaks down.