An unruly truck ran over two sightseers on Airport Road in Dhaka in the wee hours of today.
Mohammad Jahangir, father of Dia Khanam Mim, who was run over by a bus in July, appeared before a Dhaka court yesterday and demanded exemplary punishment for the killers.
A Dhaka court frames charges against six owners, drivers and helpers of Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan in a case filed in connection with a road accident that killed two college students in the capital's Kurmitola on July 29.
A Dhaka court yesterday fixed October 25 for hearing on framing charges of homicide against the owners, drivers and assistants of two
Families of the two students, who were killed in a road crash on Dhaka's Airport Road on July 29 this year, receive Tk 5 lakh-cheque each from Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan to meet their urgent necessities in line with a Supreme Court order.
The Supreme Court yesterday upheld a High Court order that directed Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan to pay Tk 5 lakh to each of the families of two students who were killed in a road crash on Dhaka's Airport Road on July 29 this year.
A Dhaka court yesterday accepted charges of culpable homicide against the owners, drivers and assistants of two Jabal-E-Noor Paribahan buses that allegedly raced each other moments before one of them ploughed into a crowd killing two college students in the capital's Kurmitola on July 29.
Police yesterday brought culpable homicide charges against the owners, drivers and assistants of the two Jabal-E-Noor Paribahan buses that allegedly raced each other moments before one of them ploughed into a crowd killing two in the capital's Kurmitola on July 29.
A Dhaka court denies bail to the driver of Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan, who was arrested in a case filed over the death of two students of Shaheed Ramiz Uddin Cantonment College on Airport Road in Dhaka on July 29.
Law enforcers seize six buses of Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan from different parts in Dhaka as those vehicles did not have fitness certificate and registration papers.
In the wake of the student agitation for safe roads, some efforts have been made to correct the ills in the otherwise disorderly public transport system though the situation remains mostly as usual in the capital.
The Supreme Court upholds a High Court order that directed Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan to pay Tk 5 lakh to each of the families of two students who were killed in a road accident on Dhaka’s Airport Road on July 29.
Transport owners say bus services will remain suspended indefinitely across the country citing safety reasons due to the ongoing student movement demanding safe roads.
Dhaka Metropolitan Police Commissioner Asaduzzaman Mia last night claimed a vested quarter infiltrated into students' road safety movement and police will take legal actions if the infiltrators create anarchy.
It was around 1:45pm yesterday. With his left leg in a plaster cast, Sharif, 25, tightly held onto his brother Selim and limped in front of Kurmitola General Hospital in the capital.
Jahangir Fakir, father of road accident victim Dia Khanam Mim, yesterday urged the students to go back home as he expressed optimism that the prime minister would take effective measures to check road accidents.
Two school students, who joined the student demonstrations demanding justice for those killed in a recent road crash in the city, are injured after reportedly being hit by a 'police vehicle' in front of Rajarbag Police Lines in Dhaka.
A Supreme Court lawyer serves a legal notice on Shipping Minister Shahjahan Khan, requesting him (Shahjahan) to explain in 24 hours under what authority he has been holding the post of executive president of Bangladesh Sarak Paribahan Sramik Federation.
Hundreds of student protesters who have been gathering at Farmgate intersection, stands up and sings the national anthem as a part of their agitation programme.