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  • Torturer cops Masud, Akash suspended

    Dhaka police suspends two sub-inspectors (SI) for torturing two officials in Mohammadpur and Jatrabari. SI Masud Shikder of Mohammadpur Police Station and SI Arshadul Islam Akash of Jatrabari Police Station were suspended for beating up and allegedly threatening central bank official Golam Rabbi on January 9 and DSCC Conservancy Officer Bikash Chandra Das yesterday respectively.

  • DSCC staff tortured by policemen

    In another incident of police brutality, a sub-inspector (SI) along with his subordinates yesterday beat up a staff of Dhaka South City

  • AL, BNP get permission for rallies at offices

    Police allow Awami League and BNP to hold rallies inside and in front of their respective offices tomorrow to mark the January 5 general election.

  • Huge playground in disuse

    When open space is a scarcity in Dhaka city, a large portion of the sprawling Dhupkhola Math has been apparently off limits to local children for the last five years.

  • A clean Dhaka

    We commend and endorse the “Clean Dhaka 2016” campaign launched by the mayor of Dhaka South City Corporation who has pledged to set up...

  • DSCC begins Clean Dhaka 2016

    It is the responsibility of city dwellers to play their due role in making Dhaka a clean city, said the mayor of Dhaka South City Corporation at an awareness campaign rally yesterday.

  • 100 illegal structures evicted in Gulistan

    Dhaka South City Corporation authorities evicts over 100 shops built illegally occupying footpaths in the city’s busy Gulistan intersection as part of a month-long drive.

  • Don’t use own photo in party posters, banners: AL

    Ruling Awami League directs its activists to avoid using photographs except those of Sheikh Hasina and Bangabandhu during political publicity.

  • Hawkers can sit on Gulistan footpaths, not roads

    Hawkers will be allowed to sit on footpaths at Gulistan in Dhaka without giving any toll from now, Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) Mayor Sayeed Khokon said today.

  • Billboards or death traps?

    The picture of a billboard dislodged from the top of a building in Dhaka that was published in our paper yesterday must have shocked many.