• 102 upazila parishad polls Feb 19
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  • Dhaka gets facelift ahead of T20 World Cup Cricket
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  • BNP pledges to oust AL govt: Fakhrul
  • HC asks Tarique to surrender
  • HC grants four-week bail to Hallmark’s Jesmine
  • Yusuf’s men killed 60 or 65 villagers: witness
  • Bail petitions of Khokon, Shammi rejected
  • 22 cops hurt in Sundarganj Jamaat-Shibir attack
  • HC asks police not to show five BNP leaders arrested in any cases without due process
  • Court denies bail to Oishi
  • Rangpur 6 by-poll on Feb 20
  • Cox’s Bazar Int’l Airport works begin in 3 months
  • Dhaka for revival of trans-shipment treaty with New Delhi
  • 20 Pakistan soldiers killed as bomb hits military convoy
  • US spies to remain 'interested' in foreign govts: Obama
  • 21 killed in wave of Baghdad attacks
  • Two Gazans hurt as Israel strike targets Islamic Jihad
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Litigants kept waiting for years

Many judgments delivered by the Appellate Division take years to be written up in full causing great difficulties to the litigants. Although, the operative parts of judgments are announced in open court and bench assistants take dictation... Full story

2 accused in cases of violence killed

A man accused in a case of political violence in Nilphamari was found dead and another, also accused in such a case, was killed in ‘crossfire’ of the joint forces in Satkhira on Sunday. Golam Rabbani, an organising secretary of the Lakshmichap... Full story

BNP-Jamaat must stop terror to do politics: PM

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina agreed to suggestions of party leaders to reorganise and revitalise the party’s grassroots before going for upazila parishad elections. ‘The Election Commission wants to hold the elections in 2-3 months. Full story

Schedules likely today, polls in Feb

The government is planning to hold upazila council elections in late February while some Bangladesh Nationalist Party leaders are thinking about contesting the local government polls, leaders of the Awami League and the BNP told... Full story

13 foreigners among 21 killed

A total of 21 people, including 13 foreigners, died in a Taliban suicide assault on a popular restaurant in central Kabul, the police said Saturday, as witnesses gave horrific accounts of the carnage. Full story

Ershad-Rawshan conflict at peak

Conflict between Jatiya Party chairman HM Ershad and his wife Rawshan Ershad, also party presidium member and the leader of the opposition in parliament, became sharp ahead of elections to the reserved seats for women... Full story

Indian minister’s wife found dead after Twitter row

The wife of an Indian minister was found dead in a New Delhi hotel room on Friday, the police said, days after she was involved in a row with a Pakistan-based woman journalist over Twitter. Full story

Politicians must refrain from supporting violence: US

The United States reiterated its strong condemnation of violence from all quarters that continued to mark the political impasse in Bangladesh. Explaining US position on the violence against the minority Hindu community in Bangladesh... Full story


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