• Those involved in atrocities won't be spared, warns PM
  • Khaleda demands fresh polls, terms govt illegal
  • Muhith revises GDP growth forecast at 6.3 pc
  • 3 Pakistani ‘militants’ held in city
  • SC judges being entitled to 50 pc special allowance
  • Fakhrul, five others get anticipatory bail
  • Khokon granted 6-month interim bail by HC
  • Youth dies at DU
  • Hartal in Pabna Tuesday, in Bogra Thursday
  • Trafficked Bangladeshi women raped in India
  • Inqilab reporter on two-day remand
  • Maid of murdered police couple denied bail
  • Businessman shot dead in Chittagong
  • Another accused in Noor’s motorcade attack found dead
  • Bangladesh name rookie opener for Sri Lanka Test
  • Jamaat leader killed in Meherpur ‘gunfight’
  • Tangail-8 MP Shawkat Momen Shahjahan dies
  • Israel starts handover of Palestinian militants' bodies
  • Australia eye T20 world places against England
  • Taliban bombing near Pakistan military HQ kills nine
  • UN invite to Iran sparks Syria peace talks storm
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