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  • The mathematics of two mayors in one city

    Dhaka City Corpor-ation has been divided into two halves, but each one of its problems remain the same, if not worse.

  • Winning and losing in city corporation elections

    The ultimate tragedy will strike if people become withdrawn. It will no longer matter who wins or loses any of the many elections.

  • Dialogue with city dwellers soon: Khokon

    Dhaka South City Corporation Mayor Sayeed Khokon will hold a dialogue with the city dwellers soon, to listen about their problems, the newly elected mayor say after joining office.

  • 3 city mayors-elect to be sworn-in Wednesday

    Newly elected mayors and councillors of three city corporations in Dhaka and Chittagong will be sworn-in on Wednesday morning.

  • The city polls charade

    The EC's tilt was no less pronounced on the eve of and on the day of the elections. Press reports, photographs and narratives of many involved in the election administration process have amply established its culpability in undermining fair election.

  • TIB terms city polls embarrassing

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) terms the Dhaka and Chittagong city corporation elections questionable and embarrassing in national and international level.

  • An election marred

    WHAT started off as a peaceful, tension-free day of voting, turned out to be a disappointment for the city dwellers of Dhaka and Chittagong.


    Experts and observers share their views on the electoral proceedings of the City Corporation Elections and their implications for the political climate of the country with The Daily Star.

  • STAY OUT, media

    At least 10 journalists were assaulted by ruling party men during the city corporation elections yesterday.

  • EXCLUSIVE: Vote rigging at Kamalapur (video)

    Supporters of Awami League-backed mayoral and councilor candidates stuffed ballot boxes indiscriminately driving out poling agents of BNP-backed candidates from a polling booth at Kamalapur Sher-e Bangla Railway High School Centre-1 today.