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  • Faria Mahjabin confesses to spreading rumours

    Businesswoman Faria Mahjabin confesses to ‘spreading rumours’

    Businesswoman Faria Mahjabin, who was arrested in a case filed for allegedly spreading rumours during the recent student movement for safe roads, confesses to the charges brought against her.

  • quota reform leader Luma

    Not held over viral video

    Police yesterday said they did not arrest quota reform leader Lutfun Nahar Luma in connection with a viral video clip where a girl is seen spreading rumours over the recent student protest for road safety.

  • student protests in Dhaka

    Post-student protest: 51 cases filed, 97 arrested

    Bangladesh government has been engaged in a countrywide crackdown; tracking down individuals who they said helped propagate rumours and instigate the student protests - not sparing students or international personalities. Calls to stop such activities have so far fallen on deaf ears.

  • Student protest for safe road demand

    Safe road demo: Bail plea of 3 pvt university students rejected

    A Dhaka court today rejected the bail petitions of three private university students in connection with two separate cases filed with Badda and Bhatara Police Stations.

  • Student protest for safe road demand

    No bail yet for the 22

    The private university students arrested on charges of vandalism and attacking policemen during protests for safe roads have repeatedly been denied bail in the last one week.

  • Protest for safe roads in Bangladesh arrested

    4 students denied bail once again

    Four private university students were denied bail again yesterday in two cases filed over vandalism and attacks on policemen during student protests for safe road.

  • student protest for safe road

    Spreading rumour: Online news portal official, 2 students detained

    Law enforcers arrest the CEO of an online news portal and two students from Dhaka and Bogra for allegedly trying to create anarchy by publishing fake news and spreading rumours on social media over the ongoing student protest.