Former Pakistan captain and fast bowling legend Wasim Akram has revealed that he was addicted to cocaine. The 1992 World Cup-winner said this in an interview to the Times, according to a BBC report. Akram said that he has made these revelations in his new autobiography that is soon to be released. Apart from playing a crucial role in Pakistan winning the 1992 World Cup, he also captained his country to the final of the 1999 ICC World Cup and is widely regarded as the best left-arm fast bowler to have played the game.
An Alim examinee of Sonagazi Islamia Senior Fazil Madrasa yesterday confessed to playing a direct role in the killing of his fellow student Nusrat Jahan Rafi.
Sumon Hossain Shihab, who was arrested in connection with the murder attempt on publisher Ahmedur Rashid Tutul, “confesses' before a Dhaka court that he was among the six who directly took part in the attack, court sources say.
A criminal gang led by a Pakistani citizen had carried out the attack on the Ansar barracks inside the Rohingya refugee camp at Nayapara of Teknaf on May 13, an accused told a local court yesterday.
A Dhaka court yesterday sent Kamal Hossain, the lone arrestee in connection with the Pahela Baishakh sexual assault case, to jail after he refused to give confessional statement before a magistrate.
A man, arrested for alleged involvement in Rajon killing, admits before a court in Sylhet that he was involved in dumping the kid’s body.
Dulal Ahmed and Nur Miah, two more accused in Samiul Alam Rajon murder case, have confessed to torturing the 13-year-old on July 8 in Sylhet.
Ansar member Rafiqul Islam, who is arrested on allegation of killing his senior colleague Nayak Amir Hossain, has given confessional statement before a court.