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Maj Arif tells of Zia's role

On April 29 last year, two days after the gruesome seven-murder in Narayanganj, Rab Additional Director General (operations) Col Ziaul Ahsan gave former Rab-11 commanding officer Tareque Sayeed Mohammad an assignment: killing Nur Hossain by the end ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 4 days ago

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The Nation Pakistan

Ahsan for PTI

Sharam Karo roared Khawaja Asif in the joint session of the Parliament on April 06, 2015. Kaptaan and his team had to helplessly endure the tirade of a third rate politician from Sialkot. His father Khawaja Safdar headed Zia's Majlis-e-Shaura which ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Khaleda, 9 others asked to submit HC order

A Dhaka court yesterday asked the 10 accused, including BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, to submit the High Court order on a petition filed by Khaleda seeking annulment of the proceedings in the Barapukuria coal mine graft case. But the defence ...
 Dhaka Tribune2 months ago Lower court looks into Khaleda's HC petition order  New Age Bangladesh2 months ago Barapukuria graft case: Court asks to submit HC order Apr 13  Dhaka Tribune2 months ago

Leadership: Bangabandhu, Tajuddin, and Hasina

By Syed Badrul Ahsan : Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Bangladesh's history in moderntimes has effectively been an enduring story of the leadership provided to it by three individuals. There is Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, and then ...
 Bangla Mirror1 week ago

Election mood darkens

Back-to-back attacks on opposition leader Khaleda Zia's motorcade and flip-flopping by the Election Commission (EC) on whether or not to deploy troops for polls duty has muddied the waters ahead of the city corporation elections, political ...
 Dhaka Tribune4 weeks ago

People will not pardon Khaleda Zia: Matia

DHAKA, April 23, 2015 (BSS)- Agriculture Minister and a ruling Awami League presidium member Begum Matia Chowdhury today said people of the country would not pardon BNP chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia for killing commoners savagely by petrol bombs in ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha4 weeks ago

Equal citizens

During the recent debate on the Yemen situation in parliament, Senator Aitzaz Ahsan made a rare observation followed by a recommendation stop using the word minorities for non-Muslim Pakistanis, and start treating everybody living in this country ...
 The Friday Times1 month ago

Last 5 years see steady rise in murders

Over the last five years, the country has been experiencing a steady rise in the number of murders resulting out of all kinds of reasons including political and personal feuds. Being the most densely populated and important area in the country, ...
 Dhaka Tribune6 hours ago

Over 50 job seekers missing on their way to Malaysia

In the last two years, over 50 people from Gangni upazila of Meherpur seeking jobs abroad have gone missing on their way to Malaysia. Their families, not knowing if they are alive or dead, are passing a dreadful time. It is being feared that the ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 days ago

Our Foreign Office, our diplomacy

Former diplomat KM Shehabuddin, who showed much courage to leave Pakistan's side during the 1971 Bangladesh War, passed away of old-age on April 15, 2015. Disrespect and apathy and ingratitude have somehow become part of life in Bangladesh. You ...
 Bdnews24.com3 days ago
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