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JMB sought military skills from Maj Zia

As conspiracies of militant outfits Jamaatul-Mujahideen Bangladesh and Ansarullah Bangla Team continue to unfold, intelligence agencies have found a strong hint which suggests that religious extremists in the country are receiving expertise from a ... Dhaka Tribune, 4 weeks ago

Qamar Zia new SVC of Carpet Association

Lahore - Pakistan Carpet Manufacturers and Exporters Association (PCMEA) has elected Usman Ghani as its new central chairman unopposed for the year 2013-14, while Qamar Zia was elected as senior vice chairman for the North Zone and S M Shahzad Hanif ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago TDAP, PCMEA to hold 4-day Intl Carpet Exhibition from 14th  Frontier Post1 week ago Usman Ghani elected unopposed new Central Chairman of PCMEA  Pakistan Press International3 weeks ago

It's my failure I couldn't save Bangabandhu

Sector Commanders' Forum (SCF) leader Maj Gen (retd) KM Shafiullah yesterday said that as then army chief he could not avoid the responsibility of the assassination of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on August 15, 1975. It's because those who ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

How Gen Zia took the helm of army

. The situation was volatile. Lt Col MA Hamid was in a meeting at his Dhaka Cantonment office. The phone rang. He picked it up. General Ziaur Rahman was on the other side of the phone. "Hamid, come here just now," Gen Zia asked him in an excited ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 months ago

Tarique: Implicating Zia in Mujib killing is controversial

Such a leader like Ziaur Rahman is rare in the history of the world, says Tarique The Awami League, being unable to deny Ziaur Rahman's role in the liberation war, is trying to implicate him in Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's assassination, ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Rulers, my foot!

Sharif's third comeba­ck is far from glorio­us; how it will end is anyone's guess. How it is, is a disast­er There are few now with us — the septuagenarians and the octogenarians — who ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

Court grants CID three more months to probe Manzur murder

Three more months were yesterday granted for the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to investigate the Major General Abdul Manzur murder case. First Additional District and Sessions Judge Badrul Alam Bhuiyan granted the period after hearing ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago

Ershad to blame

Blaming former military dictator HM Ershad for the 1981 court martial which led to the hanging of 13 freedom fighter (FF) army men and imprisonment and sacking of many more, speakers yesterday demanded justice for those who had been wronged. The ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 weeks ago

Some of BNP's allies trying to form a new cartel

Sources said the announcement about the formation of the new alliance might come on September 25 The BNP turned its four-party alliance into a 20-party unit to mount psychological pressure on the Awami League by playing the numbers game. But only ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago

Slack vigilance allows militants to regroup in jail

Taking advantage of slack monitoring and vigilance from the authorities concerned, the leaders of militant outfits in the various high security jails have been allegedly holding regular meetings and planning subversive acts. The sensational ...
 Dhaka Tribune4 weeks ago
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