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  • Tonu murder

    Tonu murder: Mother demands justice

    Mother of Comilla student Shohagi Jahan Tonu today expressed her disappointment at the slow progress of investigation as no one has been arrested in three months of the killing.

  • Tonu murder

    Tonu murder: Mother demands justice

    Mother of Comilla student Shohagi Jahan Tonu today expressed her disappointment at the slow progress of investigation as no one has been arrested in three months of the killing.

  • HC bins writ seeking arrest of Tonu killers

    The High Court today rejected a writ petition seeking its directive upon the government to arrest in 24 hours the killers of Comilla Victoria College student Sohagi Jahan Tonu , who was found murdered in Comilla cantonment area on March 20.

  • No arrest in 2 months

    The investigators of Sohagi Jahan Tonu murder case have yet to identify the killers, let alone arresting anyone two months into the

  • Parents of slain Bangladeshi student now see hope

    The parents of Sohagi Jahan Tonu called for the immediate arrest of her rapists and killers yesterday, a day after the CID

  • Evidence of rape found, finally

    Sohagi Jahan Tonu was raped before she was murdered.

  • Tonu murder: HC drops writ seeking judicial probe

    The High Court drops a writ petition filed seeking judicial inquiry into the killing of Sohagi Jahan Tonu from its hearing list.

  • Advocate Salma Ali

    Tonu's murder should not go unpunished: Adv Salma Ali

    It has been almost a month now and still we have not seen any significant progress in the investigation into Sohagi Jahan Tonu's killing. In an interview with Shamsuddoza Sajen of The Daily Star, BNWLA's (Bangladesh National Women Lawyers' Association) Executive Director Advocate Salma Ali pinpoints various loopholes in the investigation process. BNWLA is providing legal support to the victim's family.

  • Sohag returns after 16 days

    Mizanur Rahman Sohag, a friend of Sohagi Jahan Tonu's younger brother, was released by his abductors early yesterday, 16 days after he was picked up from his house in Burichang upazila of Comilla by a group of men posing as law enforcers.

  • Rights boss doubts first autopsy

    The National Human Rights Commission will seek prime minister's interference if the second autopsy on Sohagi Jahan Tonu turns out to be as shoddy as the first one, its chairman said.

  • Why everyone seeks Justice for Tonu

    The suspected murder and rape of Shohagi Jahan Tonu, 19, a second year student of history at Comilla Victoria College— triggers country-wide protest which is becoming stronger each day.

  • In the eye of the storm

    It is in the interest of the Army's credibility that everything should be done to resolve the mystery. Cantonments are not sacrosanct areas and from time to time criminal acts do occur in there.

  • She is mine

    She could have been ours. She could have been our daughter. She could have been returning home after a dinner, stopped at a traffic signal...

  • Voice for justice gets louder

    With no visible progress in the investigation, protests continued across the country yesterday, demanding justice for Sohagi Jahan Tonu who was killed inside Comilla Cantonment area on March 20.

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