• Dr Shirin Sharmin set to be speaker again
  • Big-3 draft proposals not taken to vote
  • Two burglars held for looting Sonali Bank money
  • Jan 5 polls held to uphold constitution: PM
  • PM, Speaker meet President
  • DB submits charge sheet over Blogger Rajib killing
  • Tajul made opposition chief whip
  • HRW urges govt to stop spate of extrajudicial killings
  • Mohiuddin gets bail
  • Silva's maiden ton puts Sri Lanka in command
  • Shirin Sharmin elected unopposed
  • Minister begs apology for smoking publicly
  • Khandker Mahbub denied bail, remand petitions
  • 50 shops gutted in Fatikchhari
  • Outlawed party leader killed in Khulna ‘gunfight’
  • Terrorist leader killed in Jessore ‘gunfight’
  • Mother, son killed in Comilla road crash
  • Five dead, 14 missing in Indonesian landslide
  • Ukraine PM, government resign to ease crisis
  • US ship heads out to destroy Syrian chemical weapons
  • Israel’s war threatens to split West Bank villages
  • Hong Kong chicken slaughter begins after H7N9 found
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Freedom of movement

IT appears that Dhanmondi ceases to be a part of Dhaka after 11 pm. All the roads to Mirpur and Satmasjid roads have barriers to block traffic. This violates my constitutional right to freedom of movement within the state. Full story

DITF platform

ONCE again a month long Dhaka International Trade Fair began its journey on January 11 in the Sher-e-Bangla Nagar premises. Enthusiastic people of Dhaka city are visiting the fair with great fervour to buy their desired products. Full story


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