• MPs-elect to take oath Thursday
  • Ershad to take oath as MP: Raushan
  • Gazette notification today
  • 2-day remand to quiz Mahbub, Milon
  • BNP not involved in minority assault: Mahbubur Rahman
  • Hunt down attackers of minorities: Nasim
  • Attacks on minorities could be suicidal: Obaidul Quader
  • Gibson-Khaleda meeting at 7:30pm
  • Hasina quits Rangpur-6 for by-polls
  • 60-hr hartal continues slackly on 3rd day
  • Army officer killed in Ivory Coast
  • Adilur, Elan indicted
  • Security for ‘O’ and ‘A’ Level examinees
  • 4 killed in Sylhet road crash
  • Pre-poll violence victim dies in Chittagong
  • Two Paribagh burn victims die
  • 78 Jamaat activists held in Bogra
  • Train communications resume in Kishoreganj
  • Expat killed in NY, suspect held
  • Nine dead in Indian train fire near Mumbai
  • More smokers worldwide now: study
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