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  • Torturing Video Viral in Bhola

    Video on torturing man in Bhola goes viral

    A video on torturing a man in Lalmohon upazila in Bhola goes viral on social media after police arrested one Hasan, who resorted to the brutality.

  • Bhola Clash Probe Report

    Bhola clash: Probe report submitted; findings not made public yet

    The probe committee formed to investigate the incident of Bhola mayhem that killed four people on October 20, has submitted its report to the deputy commissioner but its findings are yet to be made public.

  • Bhola clash

    Bhola clash: Hacker identified thru’ Facebook

    The person, who hacked the Facebook account of Bhola’s Biplob Chandra Baidya, has been identified with the help of the Facebook authorities in the US, home ministry spokesperson says.

  • A video grab shows a protester wielding a stick on Sunday

    Bhola mayhem: Biplob, 4 others remanded

    A court in Bhola today remanded five people in connection with Sunday’s mayhem in the district that left four people dead.

  • Map of Bhola's Borhanuddin Upazila

    Bhola tense as ultimatum ends today

    The situation in Bhola town has become even more tense as the 72-hour ultimatum given by a religious platform to meet their six-point demand ends this noon.

  • Bhola Clash

    Bhola mayhem: 400 to 500 unknown persons sued

    A case is filed against 400 to 500 unknown persons in connection with the vandalism on hindu houses, temple and arson attack in a shop during the clash between police and religious zealots in Borhanuddin upazila of Bhola that left four people dead.

  • Map of Bhola's Borhanuddin Upazila

    Bhola clash: Biplob’s brother-in-law released after 30hrs

    The brother-in-law of Biplob Chandra Baidya was freed around 30 hours after law enforcing agency members picked him up from his jewellery shop in Bhola following Sunday’s clash over a hate message spread through Facebook's messenger app.

  • Bhola Mayhem over Facebook Post

    Bhola clash: Biplob’s brother-in-law ‘picked up’

    Some unknown persons, introducing themselves as detectives, have picked up the brother-in-law of Biplob Chandra Baddya, whose Facebook account was allegedly hacked and used to spread hate speech resulting in a deadly clash in Bhola, his family claims.

  • Hefazat-e-Islam gathers for Rally

    Bhola Clash: Hefazat-e-Islam holds protest rally in Dhaka

    Hefazat-e-Islam is holding a rally in front of national mosque Baitul Mukarram protesting Sunday’s clash in Bhola that left four people dead and around hundred injured.

  • Bhola Clash

    Religious group calls off demo in Bhola amid ban on rallies

    Religious group Sharbadaliya Muslim Oikya Parishad, who are protesting Sunday’s clash in Bhola, calls off their demonstration as security was beefed up in the town following a ban on rallies and meeting by local administration.

  • Bhola Superintendent of Police Sarkar Mohammad Kaiser

    Facebook ID of Bhola SP hacked

    Following Sunday’s clash in Bhola, the Facebook profile of the superintendent of police has been hacked.

  • He was the victim of a plot

    The first phone call which awoke Biplop Chandra Baddya on Friday, right after lunch, may have been the most life-changing one he had ever received.

  • Clash between Police and Religious Fanatics in Bhola

    Lessons from Bhola

    We express our deepest sorrow at the loss of lives and regret the killings and injuries suffered by the people in Borhanuddin of Bhola. As a people we abhor violence and as such cannot but be sad at the loss of lives. However, we need to examine why this happened and if there is any lesson to learn for the government, the law enforcers and us as a society.

  • Local admin, cops were ill-prepared

    For two days, hate speech was spreading via Facebook messenger and the local administration and police failed to grasp the gravity of the situation and act accordingly, locals of Bhola’s Borhanuddin upazila said.

  • Clash in Bhola

    Religious group places demands; meeting, rally banned in Bhola

    A tense situation is prevailing in Bhola town after a religious group sought permission to hold a rally protesting yesterday’s clash but was denied permission as the local administration imposed a ban on rallies and meetings in the district. Later the group placed a six-point demand instead.

  • Clash between Police and Religious Fanatics in Bhola

    Bhola clash: 4000 to 5000 unknown persons sued

    A case was filed against 4,000 to 5,000 unknown persons in connection with yesterday’s clash between police and religious zealots in Borhanuddin upazila of Bhola, which left four people killed.