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BNP’s fronts lack in coordination

Opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party appears to be lacking in coordination about its current movement against the government as most of its eight front and two associate organisations are out of touch with one... Full story

Inqilab office sealed off

The police on Thursday evening sealed off the office and printing press of the daily Inqilab causing suspension of the publication of the newspaper. A senior correspondent of the daily confirmed that the... Full story

New govt to go tough against political violence

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said that her new government would henceforth go tough in dealing with political violence if any in the future. She directed the... Full story

ACC okays charges against 51 Destiny bosses

The Anti-Corruption Commission on Thursday approved two charge sheets against a total of 51 top executives of controversial multi-level marketing company Destiny Group over their alleged involvement in laundering around Tk 4,118 crore. Full story

New govt vows zero tolerance of terror acts

State minister for foreign affairs Shahriar Alam on Thursday briefed the foreign diplomats stationed in Dhaka on pre- and post-election events as well as the new government’s priorities, including zero tolerance... Full story

Euro Parliament urges parties to hold talks for new polls

The European Parliament in Brussels has called on all political parties in Bangladesh to de-escalate tensions and engage in an immediate dialogue for new elections as soon as possible. In a resolution, it... Full story

Thai anti-graft panel to probe PM Yingluck

Thailand’s anti-corruption authorities launched an investigation against the prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, Thursday in a new setback to her government following weeks of mass opposition protests. The move came... Full story

Pankaj Saran meets Khaleda, Rawshan

The Indian high commissioner in Dhaka, Pankaj Saran, on Thursday told the Bangladesh Nationalist Party chairperson, Khaleda Zia, that the Indian government wanted to work with the government of Bangladesh reflecting people’s aspirations. Full story

Low turnout marks re-polling

Awami League bagged three of the seven parliamentary constituencies where re-polling were held at 390 suspended polling stations on Thursday amid low turnout. Of the rest four constituencies, Jatiya Party... Full story


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