DHAKA, Aug 30, 2016 (BSS)- The fate of 1971 Al-Badr commander Mir Quasem Ali has been sealed today as the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court dismissed his plea to review its order that upheld death sentence for the convict for committing crimes ... Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 1 month ago
Death for war crimes: Quasem loses legal battle - New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago
Mir Quasem's fate sealed - Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago
Usman Ansari An Indo-Pak war had been brewing even before it became inevitable after the Rann of Kutch crisis in 1965. Having been given a bloody nose and severely embarrassed by being unable to match rhetoric with results, India was determined ...Pakistan Observer, 1 month ago
, Mir Quasem Ali shows V sign on his way back to prison from the international crimes tribunal after it had awarded death sentence to him for crimes against humanity he had committed during Bangladesh's independence war in 1971. — New Age photo ...New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago Review verdict read out to Mir Quasem New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago
Victims and their families now demand that the state confiscate all moveable and immovable properties of convicted war criminal Mir Quasem Ali known as the money man of the Jamaat-e-Islami. How did he become an owner of huge properties? ….I ...Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago
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