• Solution lies in political will, readiness to compromise: Taranco
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  • Important talks taking place: CEC
  • Taranco holds meeting with Khaleda
  • Khaleda sits in emergency meeting with party leaders
  • Opposition blockade extended to 6:00am Friday
  • Jamaat calls strike on Tuesday
  • Chhatra Dal leader shot dead in Jessore
  • Legal notice served on govt against Mollah's execution
  • Taranco meets with AL, Jamaat delegations
  • Red notice for Tarique dropped
  • Court permits police to quiz Hannan, Rizvi at jail gate
  • State defence submits list of witnesses to defend Khokon in war crimes trial
  • Lawyers to meet Quader Molla Tuesday
  • Bangladesh says World T20 safe after Windies pull out
  • West Indies U-19s cancel Bangladesh tour
  • JP ministers not attending cabinet meeting
  • ICT closes cross-examination of 15th witness
  • BSF detains two Bangladeshi at Thakurgaon border
  • More than 70 leaders expected for Mandela memorial, funeral
  • Thai PM calls elections as 100,000 join protests
  • Environmentalists hail China shark fin ban at official banquets
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