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  • Bangladesh election day violence

    18 dead, 200 hurt

    Election violence claimed at least 18 lives yesterday, making it one of the deadliest polls in the country. More than 200 others were injured in clashes between rival Awami League and BNP supporters in 24 districts.

  • A team work!

    It was around 3:50pm when Sirajus Salekin went to a polling centre at University Laboratory School and College on Dhaka University campus yesterday to cast his vote.

  • Map of Chittagong

    AL men rule Ctg polling centres

    Polling agents of BNP-led alliance candidates were barred from entering the voting centres and BNP supporters were driven out from the area in all 16 constituencies in Chattogram during yesterday's election.

  • Bangladesh national election

    AL going to form govt for 3rd consecutive term

    Awami League is going to form the government for the third consecutive terms as the party has already gained more than 151 seats out of total 300 unofficially in the 11th national elections.

  • Election Update News

    Ex-enclave voters vote for first time

    Former enclave residents under the Panchagarh's two constituencies exercise their franchise for the first time in 71 years. They are elated to have been able to cast votes under Panchagarh-1 and Panchagarh-2 constituencies in national election.

  • Special arrangement for oath-taking ceremony of HM Ershad

    Ershad to fly to Singapore after Jan 15

    Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad is to fly to Singapore any time after January 15 next year for health checkup.

  • Hand fan

    Islamists dub polls a 'black chapter'

    The 2018 general elections will remain as a “black chapter” in the history of Bangladesh, Islami Andolon Bangladesh said in a press release today.

  • 2nd phase upazila election 2019

    Violence markedly less this time: AL

    Expressing gratitude to all, the ruling Awami League says that number of violence is significantly lesser than the elections of the past.

  • Mirza Fakhrul

    This election is a mockery: Fakhrul

    BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir says this election has become a mockery.

  • Dhaka-4 BNP candidate Salahuddin Ahmed

    Dhaka-4 BNP candidate Salahuddin ‘assaulted’

    BNP candidate for Dhaka-4 Salahuddin Ahmed claims that he and some of his supporters have been assaulted when they went to visit a centre in the capital.