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  • HT Imam

    PM to invite parties to dialogue

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's Political Affairs Advisor HT Imam yesterday said the PM would invite all political parties for “talks”, just a day after Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader said Hasina would invite the parties to “exchange post-election greetings”.

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    PM reappoints her 5 advisers

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has reappointed her five advisers.

  • HT Imam

    AL congratulates EC for 'wonderful election'

    Awami League congratulates the Election Commission for holding a “wonderful, free and fair national election”.

  • BNP, Jamaat attacking AL

    Five Awami League men were killed and over 350 AL supporters were injured since the polls campaign began, claimed HT Imam, co-chairman of Awami League Election Steering Committee, yesterday.

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    Govt to support EC's decisions: HT Imam

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's Political Adviser HT Imam says that only Election Commission has the right to take decisions regarding the election schedule and the government will support its every decision.

  • India won’t trust pro-Pakistan BNP: Imam

    HT Imam, political adviser to Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, terms BNP as “pro-Pakistan and pro-China” political party and urged New Delhi not to give it any leeway.

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    AL expresses no confidence in KCC returning officer

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's Political Advisor HT Imam alleges that the activity and behavior of returning officer of Khulna City Corporation (KCC) is biased towards a particular party.

  • AL, BNP to discuss Bangladesh situation at UK House of Lords

    Two high-profile delegations from the ruling Awami League and BNP are to attend a seminar organised by UK House of Lords over Bangladesh’s prevailing political and human rights situation on July 19.

  • Diplomats seek additional security

    In the wake of killing of two foreign nationals in Bangladesh, diplomats in Dhaka seek additional security everywhere across the country.

  • Home boss gets death threats

    State Minister for Home Asaduzzaman Khan and 6 notable personalities receive death threats from Al Qaeda Ansarullah Bangla Team-13.