• ‘JP ministers submit their resignation to Ershad’
  • Two-day remand granted to quiz Khoka
  • Sleeping bus helper burnt to death
  • Compromise good for all: CEC
  • Another 3-day blockade from Saturday
  • Stop violence: HRW
  • Three JP ministers now at Ershad’s residence
  • ACC appeals against Tarique’s acquittal
  • Sadek Hossain to be produced before court today
  • SC releases full text of Quader Molla verdict
  • Azhar’s trial begins
  • Teenager burnt in arson attack
  • Bullet-wounded rickshaw puller dies today in CMCH
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  • OPEC alert to risk of lower oil prices in 2014
  • Biden says 'significant apprehension' over China air zone
  • Tense Thailand celebrates revered king's birthday
  • Fire-fighters put out fire in a bus set ablaze at Dhanmondi in Dhaka on December 1, the second day of the 72-hour countrywide opposition blockade, which was eventually extended up to Thursday evening. — New Age photo

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Love for power

Fire-fighters put out fire in a bus set ablaze at Dhanmondi in Dhaka on December 1, the second day of the 72-hour countrywide opposition blockade, which was eventually extended up to Thursday evening. — New Age photo
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