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  • Abrar's Death: Bus owner arrested, placed on remand

    The owner of Suprobhat Paribahan bus that ran over and killed university student Abrar Ahmed Chowdhury on March 19 was placed on a three-day remand yesterday, hours after his arrest from the capital's Mugda.

  • Death of BUP Student Abrar Ahmed Chowdhury

    Death of Abrar: Suprobhat bus conductor confesses

    The conductor of Suprobhat Paribahan confesses to a magistrate that he was driving the bus, ran over and killed university student Abrar Ahmed Chowdhury on March 19.

  • Abrar's Death: Conductor was at the wheel, driver confesses

    The bus that ran over and killed university student Abrar Ahmed Chowdhury on March 19 was being driven by its conductor Yasin Arafat, the driver of the bus confessed before a magistrate court yesterday.

  • Abrar's Death in Road Crash: Conductor, not driver, was at the wheel

    The bus that ran over and killed university student Abrar Ahmed Chowdhury on March 19 was being driven by its conductor, police said yesterday, in a shift from their earlier statement that the driver was at the wheel.

  • Running without route permit!

    The bus of Suprobhat Paribahan, which ran over and killed a university student in the capital's Bashundhara Residential Area on Tuesday, faced legal actions 27 times and plied Pragati Sarani road for long without the authorities' permission.

  • Students fear their demands won’t be met if they leave street

    No retreat

    Student demonstrators yesterday said they would resume their peaceful protest for safe roads on Sunday to keep pressure on the authorities to implement their promises.

  • Culprit driver hit pedestrian before killing Abrar: police

    The bus driver of Suprobhat Paribahan, which killed a university student near the capital's Bashundhara Residential Area on Tuesday, was driving recklessly to flee the spot after hitting another pedestrian in Shahjadpur area, said police.

  • The same old promise again

    The same old promise again

    In the face of student protests for road safety, transport owners and workers yesterday came up with the same old promises of not operating buses on daily contracts, and scrutinising licences before appointing drivers.

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