Kamaruzzaman's review hearing Wednesday, defence seeks more time


Muhammad Kamaruzzaman’s petition for a review of his death penalty in the cases of crimes against humanity has been lined up for a hearing at the Appellate Division on Wednesday.

24-hour hartal Thursday, demonstration Tuesday


The BNP-led 20-party alliance has called a 24-hour hartal starting 6:00am on Thursday, on top of its ongoing blockade. However, Dhaka and Chittagong cities have been exempted from the hartal due to the city corporation polls.

20-party alliance voices concern over blogger murder


The BNP-led 20-party alliance on Tuesday expressed deep concern over the killing of blogger Washiqur Rahman at South Begunbari in Tejgoan industrial area of the city in broad daylight.

HSC, equivalent exams begin Wednesday


The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and its equivalent examinations of 2015 begin across the country on Wednesday. This year, a total of 1,073,884 students under 10 education boards, including one madrasah and one technical board, will sit for the examinations from 8,305 educational institutions.

Police does not need EC permission to arrest anyone

Election Commissioner Md Shah Nawaz on Tuesday said the Election Commission is helpless to do anything, in case police a

HSC exams: BNP-led alliance will be accountable for any occurrence

Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations, scheduled to start from April 1 (Wednesday), will be hel

BRTA official's wife hacked, burnt to death

A housewife, who was set afire allegedly by an acquaintance at her Mohammadpur residence in the city, died at Dhaka Medi

Notice served seeking BCB action on faulty umpiring

A Supreme Court lawyer has sent a legal notice to the authorities of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) requesting them to a

BNP Joint Secy Rizvi on 3-day remand

A Dhaka court on Tuesday placed BNP Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi on a three-day remand in a case filed for

Restore democratic freedoms: Int’l civic bodies urge govt

‘Bangladesh is currently experiencing a serious constitutional crisis through clampdowns on the right to express democra

Nigeria poll: Muslim candidate 'ahead' in early counting

Partial results from Nigeria's election give ex-military ruler Muhammadu Buhari more votes than the incumbent, President

Mother, daughter hacked to death in Gazipur

Assailants have hacked a woman and her daughter to death at Pabur village under Kapasia upazila in Gazipur.

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India suspects charged over Nagaland mob lynching


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