• PM hints at JS dissolution for fresh polls in case of compromise
  • Talibans threaten to attack Bangladesh mission in Islamabad, Nation reports
  • 83-hr blockade again from Saturday
  • Buses to ply on three routes from Saturday on trial basis
  • AL-BNP talks suspended: Inu
  • EC’s decision over army deployment Friday: CEC
  • Seven held, 10 injured in Ganajagaran Mancha programme
  • Dhaka sees slack blockade
  • US senate committee expresses grave concern over Bangladesh
  • Maritime boundary with India: Hearing on merits ends
  • Forex reserve crosses record $18bn
  • Bangladesh journos criticise Pak Parliament resolution
  • Khaleda slammed for her ‘silence’
  • Three activists, two police injured in Satkhira
  • Tribunal to order on 2 Bagerhat lawyers on Jan 7
  • Six covered van torched in Sitakunda
  • Oppn men torch over 50 motorbikes in Lalmonirhat
  • Tokyo governor resigns over money scandal
  • US 'regrets' diplomat treatment as India seethes
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