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Khaleda's trial deferred to Sept 3
New Age Bangladesh

Khaleda asked to face trial court Sept 3

A Dhaka court yesterday for the fifth time deferred until September 3 the hearing on Zia Charitable Trust and Zia Orphanage Trust graft cases against BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia and eight others. The court also asked Khaleda and four others, now on ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 3 days ago
Khaleda's trial deferred to Sept 3 New Age Bangladesh, 4 days ago
Zia wins one Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 week ago
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New Age Bangladesh, 4 days ago
Financial Express Bangladesh, 6 days ago
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Bdnews24.com, 4 days ago
Daily Outlook, 5 days ago
New Age Bangladesh, 1 week ago
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Dallas Morning News, 1 week ago
DNA

Did Gen Zia abolish Sangsad's power?

The way Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday spoke about the introduction of the Supreme Judicial Council seems to have put the blame squarely on military ruler General Ziaur Rahman for abolishing parliament's authority to impeach the apex ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago Govt clings to power shamelessly: Khaleda  New Age Bangladesh2 weeks ago Govt not interested for dialogue: Khaleda  New Age Bangladesh2 weeks ago Khaleda Zia says it's too early to judge Modi: three takeaways from her interview  DNA4 weeks ago
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With Taliban's revival, dread returns to Swat

Zia Ur Rehman and Declan Walsh, Jul 28, 2014, International New York Times : As battle rages in North Waziristan, where the Pakistani military says it has killed more than 500 militants, unfinished business from the army’s first major assault ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago
The Week

Writing is really an interruption of reading...

Zia Haider Rahman was born in rural Bangladesh. He moved to the United Kingdom before his sixth birthday and was raised in a derelict squat before moving to state housing. His father was a waiter; his mother a seamstress. Zia won a scholarship to ...
 The Hindu1 week ago A quest for identity  The Week2 weeks ago B'desh-origin writer pens novel on global financial crisis  Money Control4 weeks ago Bangladesh-origin writer Zia Haider Rahman pens novel on global financial crisis  Economic Times4 weeks ago
Times of India

BNP fights at Zia's grave

 Bdnews24.com6 days ago Dhaka BNP committee 'soon'  Bdnews24.com1 week ago Khaleda unveils book on Zia  Financial Express Bangladesh2 weeks ago Sushma Swaraj meets Begum Khaleda Zia, other leaders in Dhaka  Business Standard1 month ago
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IBN Live

Special CBI court rejects closure report in Zia-ul-Haq's murder case

The order was passed by Special Judicial Magistrate (CBI) Shraddha Kumari on an application filed by Parveen Azad, wife of the slain DySP. LUCKNOW: A special CBI court today rejected the agency's closure report giving clean chit to controversial minister Raja ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago UP: Court rejects CBI closure report in DSP Zia-ul-Haq murder case  IBN Live3 weeks ago DSP Zia-ul-Haq murder case: No clean chit to Raja Bhaiya  One India3 weeks ago Zia-UL-Haq murder case: Trouble erupts for Raja Bhaiyya, Special Court rejects CBI closure report  Daily Bhaskar3 weeks ago
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The Hindu

After Hasina, Zia gifts saree to Sushma

Ms. Swaraj held a nearly 30-minute meeting with Ms. Zia For the second time, saree played a role in Indo-Bangladesh diplomacy when External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was presented with two Jamdani sarees by former premier Khaleda Zia, a day after the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Saree diplomacy features Swaraj's Bangladesh visit  Economic Times1 month ago India, Bangladesh diplomacy takes the saree route  Business Line1 month ago Saree diplomacy marks Swaraj’s Bangladesh visit  Business Line1 month ago
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Split verdicts delay graft trial of Bangla oppn leader Zia

Bangladesh opposition leader Khaleda Zia's trial on embezzlement charges was delayed again today after a court gave a split verdict on her petition challenging the appointment of a trial court judge who indicted her in two graft cases that could see ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Bangladesh: Split Verdicts Delay Graft Trial of Zia  Outlook2 months ago Khaleda Zia's Trial in Graft Cases Deferred  Outlook2 months ago Deposition in Khaleda Zia graft cases deferred  New Kerala2 months ago
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IBN Live

Dilsukhnagar blasts NIA gets custody of 2 IM men

A Special court on Friday handed over custody of two suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) operatives Tehsin Akhtar and Zia-Ur-Rahman alias Waqas to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in Hyderabad in relation to the February 2013 twin blasts at Dilsukhnagar.
 Hindustan Times2 months ago Dilsukhnagar blasts: Top IM operatives sent to judicial custody  IBN Live2 months ago Top Indian Mujahideen operatives sent to judicial custody  Prokerala2 months ago IM men didn't get any local help: Kerala Police  Manorama Online2 months ago
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Ex-Pak skipper Mushtaq Mohammad backs ex-PCB chairman Tauqir Zia to head board again

Former Pakistani captain Mushtaq Mohammad has proposed that former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Tauqir Zia should helm the affairs at the top of the board again, instead of Najam Sethi and Mohammad Zaka Ashraf.The younger brother of 'Little ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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