JS heats up with demand of Latif's arrest


Several opposition and independent MPs have demanded cancellation of Abdul Latif Siddique's membership in parliament and his immediate arrest.

No approval needed to arrest Latif Siddique: Speaker


Speaker Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury has made it clear no prior approval is required to arrest Tangail-4 MP Abdul Latif Siddique outside the Parliament premises.

18th SAARC summit

PM to leave for Kathmandu tomorrow


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina leaves Dhaka for Nepal on Tuesday afternoon to attend the 18th Saarc Summit to be held in Kathmandu on November 26-27.

All the darling sons of corruption are close to PM : Rizvi


Criticising the government for not taking action against Biman chairman Jamal Uddin Ahmed despite his involvement in various irregularities, including gold smuggling, BNP on Monday wondered why the Prime Minister has been so soft about him and in which interest.

Vigilant civil society can help check graft : TI founder

The civil society movement against corruption must go on until a country is free of the vice, said Transparency Internat

HC orders to collect accurate formalin kit within 2 months

The High Court has ordered the government to collect accurate Formaldehyde Meter Z-300, a kit in use for detecting forma

Countrywide hartal on Thursday

Islamic parties have called a countrywide dawn-to-dusk hartal for Thursday demanding the arrest of former Posts, Telecom

Revenge for obscene gesture with wife of a Juba Dal leader

The slain professor of Rajshahi University, AKM Shafiul Islam was murdered in revenge for his obscene gestures with a un

Mobarak to die for war crimes

Expelled Awami League leader Mobarak Hossain has been sentenced to death for committing crimes against humanity during t

Returning home Latif hide him to unknown place

Former minister and Awami League leader Abdul Latif Siddique all on a sudden returned to country last night amid warrant

PM orders quick action against campus culprits

Prime Minister Seikh Hasina has asked the authorities to take quick action against those who were involved with unrest i

Zia trust case: SC dismisses Khaleda's petitions

The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court has dismissed the leave-to-appeal petitions filed by BNP Chairperson Khaleda

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Arms, Petrol Bombs, Pregnancy Strip Found in Indian guru Rampal's ashram

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Bangladesh at risk of terror

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