Tonu | The Daily Star
  • Justice demanded for Tonu Murder

    Justice elusive

    Even two years after the murder of college student Tonu, justice seems elusive for her family. Investigators have failed to identify any suspects, let alone arrest any.

  • Tonu's family wants justice

    The family of Sohagi Jahan Tonu has once again sought justice as they were quizzed at the CID headquarters in the capital yesterday.

  • Tonu murder

    Tonu murder: CID quizzes 3 local artistes

    The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) quizzes three local artistes over the killing of Comilla Victoria College student Sohagi Jahan Tonu.

  • Family ‘being watched’

    With the killers of Sohagi Jahan Tonu yet to be arrested even three months after her brutal murder, Tonu's mother has alleged that her family is kept “under watch”.

  • Cause of Tonu's death still unknown

    It has been nearly three months since her murder, but the cause of her death is still unknown. Like the first autopsy, the second one could not determine how she died.

  • Tonu killing: HC bench drops plea for judicial enquiry

    For the second time in two days, a High Court bench drops a writ petition that sought a judicial enquiry into the murder of Comilla college student Sohagi Jahan Tonu.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Cops now wait for 2nd autopsy report

    The CID officials investigating Tonu murder case now look to the second autopsy report for clues as the first report gave almost none.

  • What awaits Tonu? Questions arise after so many days

    The cries for justice all over the country have fallen on deaf ears. Nobody knows who killed Sohagi Jahan Tonu, the second year history student of Comilla Victoria Government College.

  • Tonu’s 1st autopsy: No evidence of rape, cause of death found

    Forensic Department of Comilla Medical College Hospital did not find any evidence of rape and a specific cause of death in the first autopsy of Comilla Victoria College student Sohagi Jahan Tonu.

  • 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...

  • Who to blame for 'lapses' in first autopsy?

    The necessity for exhuming the body of Sohagi Jahan Tonu for a fresh autopsy has raised questions over the investigators' sincerity in probing the murder.

  • ASK concerned over ‘harassment of family by law enforcers’

    Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK), a legal aid and human rights organisation, expresses deep concern over the law enforcement agencies’ alleged harassment and pressure on Sohagi Jahan Tonu’s family to give statements they had prescribed.

  • Army helping in probe into Tonu murder

    The army authorities are providing full support to the police in investigating the murder of Sohagi Jahan Tonu near Comilla Cantonment

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