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Don’t cast votes for war criminals: Hasina

Mentioning that BNP has given nominations to war criminals, their relatives and corrupt elements in different constituencies, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges the people of the country not to cast their votes in favour of them in the forthcoming national election.

  • Enamul president, Bakul GS of Chuadanga journalists association

    Md Enamul Haque of The Financial Express has been elected president and Bakul Ahmed of the Samakal general secretary of newly formed Chuadanga Journalists Association, Dhaka, says a press release.

  • IUB celebrates students' achievements

    To celebrate outstanding achievements of students in international arena, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) hosted a reception, “Celebration of Success”, on its Bashundhara campus in Dhaka on Sunday.

  • 2 cops hacked by criminal during drive

    Three people, including two policemen, were hacked by a wanted criminal when the law enforcers conducted a drive to arrest him in Chattogram city's Asadganj area early yesterday.

  • 70 business faculty students get DU Dean's Award

    Seventy students of different departments of the Faculty of Business Studies of Dhaka University (DU) yesterday received the Dean's Award for their outstanding academic performance.

  • Dr Shahadat shown arrested in 2 more cases

    BNP nominated aspirant for Chattogram-9 constituency Dr Shahadat Hossain was shown arrested in two cases filed with Panchlaish and Bayezid Police Stations in the port city in November.

  • 'Kidnapped' boy found dead in Gazipur

    A 10-year-old boy was found dead in Sreenagar upazila of Gazipur yesterday, six days after he was allegedly kidnapped.

  • ASK project to support survivors

    Ain O Salish Kendra (ASK) yesterday formally launched a four-year project in the capital's Cirdap, that has been providing social, legal and medical support to survivors of gender violence in four districts, in collaboration with the government.

  • Exposed to the elements

    As evening falls, 15-year-old Noro Nobi shivers in the cold.

  • A half-baked solution to traffic indiscipline

    An initiative by Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC), in an apparent push to reinforce traffic discipline on city streets following protests in August, has raised eyebrows and questions.

  • AL conspiring to hold 'controlled' polls: LDA

    Left Democratic Alliance (LDA) yesterday alleged that ruling Awami League-led alliance is hatching a conspiracy for holding a “controlled and one-sided election” again like the one of January 5, 2014.

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