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  • Police escort the owner of Tajreen Fashions and his family as they were brought before the CMM court in the capital on Sunday. — New Age photo

  • The prime minister, Sheikh Haisna, talks to army officials in the conference of the generals held at the Officers’ Mess (new) of Army Headquarters in Dhaka Cantonment on Sunday. — New Age photo

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Delwar, wife land in jail after surrender

Police escort the owner of Tajreen Fashions and his family as they were brought before the CMM court in the capital on 
Sunday. — New Age photo
A judicial magistrate court in Dhaka on Sunday sent Tazreen Fashions managing director Delwar Hossain and his wife Mahmuda Akter, also the company chairman, to jail. Metropolitan magistrate... Full story

No govt move for dialogue in sight

The ruling Awami League appears to be unwilling to initiate any fresh move for holding dialogue with its archrival Bangladesh Nationalist Party for an inclusive election as the AL-led coalition government has already completed one... Full story

Legal issues, red tape hold back CETP job at Savar

The construction of the central effluent treatment plant in the new tannery estate at Savar could not begin because of bureaucratic exercise and legal complexities although an international contractor was selected more... Full story

EC in dilemma over differences between AL, allies

The differences between the ruling Awami League and its coalition partners over sharing parliamentary seats reserved for women has created an unprecedented dilemma for the Election Commission. AL in a letter informed the EC... Full story

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Be ready to face any threat to constitution, PM tells generals

The prime minister, Sheikh Haisna, talks to army officials in the conference of the generals held at the Officers’ Mess (new) of Army Headquarters in Dhaka Cantonment on Sunday. — New Age photo
The prime minister, Sheikh Hasina, on Sunday asked the armed forces to always remain vigilant and ready to face any threat to the constitution of the country and strengthen the democratic trend. The prime minister said the 10th Jatiya... Full story

Govt follows ‘doctrine of force,’ says Rizvi

The BNP on Sunday alleged that the government was harassing party leaders who were planning to contest upazila elections and said that the government was following the ‘doctrine of force’ to cling to power. ‘The government is hunting... Full story

War crimes accused Yusuf dies in hospital

Jamaat-e-Islami leader AKM Yusuf, detained in war crimes cases, died in Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical College Hospital in Dhaka on Sunday morning. The case of 87-year-old Yusuf was waiting for closing arguments. Full story

Documents reveal chaotic US military sex-abuse record

At US military bases in Japan, most service members found culpable in sex crimes in recent years did not go to prison, according to internal department of defence documents. Instead, in a review of hundreds of cases filed in America’s largest overseas military... Full story


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