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All hope the apex court will upheld the death penalty given by the war crimes tribunal more
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The war criminal, now in Kashimpur Jail, claims himself innocent more
The ministry cannot appoint headmasters who are 2nd class officials, while the PSC cannot appoint 2nd class officials with pay below Tk 8,000 more
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Qawmi board fears losing control if they come under the government umbrella more
Tamim Iqbal says Bangladesh want to continue their all-round attack on the Proteas more
Salauddin Quader Chowdhury’s lawyer says demand regarding a case on trial amounts to ‘contempt of court’ more
The whole world knows of his war-time atrocities, says Liberation War affairs minister ahead of final verdict more
They recollect the tortures the war criminal, his father and siblings had inflicted on pro-independence people more
Police will keep an eye on the houses and areas where those testified against the war criminal live more
Ninety-one percent of the ADP was implemented in the 2014-15 FY more
They include the acting chief, police say more
The teachers keep demanding the VC’s resignation as he refuses to ‘bow’ to pressure more
Hasina wants district administrators to find new projects for developments more
The infant was hit by a bullet, when it was in the womb, during a Juba League turf war in Magura more
The fisheries minister makes the claim while briefing journalists about the fisheries week more
The Supreme Court, however, cautions the Gonosasthaya Kendra founder  more
Golam Fakhruddin Ahmed Chowdhury previously served the Office of Controller of Certifying Authorities more
World Hepatitis Day has been observed in Bangladesh as elsewhere in the world more
The Pakistani terror group operates under cover of charities amongst Rohingyas more
Mofiz Uddin, a driver’s assistant, was at the wheel when it overturned, killing 45 people in 2011 more
The victim was a fifth grade student in Natore’s Naldanga more
The book will be open from 10am to 5pm on Wednesday and Thursday more
For four consecutive years, Bangladesh has been placed in ‘Tier-2’ in the US report on human trafficking more
Zoologist Prof Anwarul Islam suggests setting up of an ‘independent anti-poaching unit’ in the Sundarbans more
Pacer Morne Morkel says they have different plans for the Bangladesh batsmen more
The youngsters changed the mood of the team, says opener Imrul Kayes more
The young seamer provides impetus to the team more
The CSA describes it as a landmark tour more
The skipper salutes Mustafizur and Shahid for their fiery bowling in the first Test against the Proteas more
Rodriguez strike seals Real Madrid win in the friendly fixture in Guagzhou more
New signing Raheem Sterling scores twice in 12 minutes more
Speculation continues over David De Gea’s move to Real more
The Barca forward says he is prepared to begin the next European season without a break more
They end Jamaica’s dream run to lift their seventh Cup title more
The event will showcase nearly 50 films during its run in September more
‘Pixels’ open to a disappointing $24 million at the domestic box office more
The late singer’s only child had suffered irreversible brain damage in an incident six months ago more
The 1986 blockbuster had turned the actor into a major box office draw more
The British supermodel is happy to leave the runway behind more
Loving your job too much may ruin your weekends, a study says more
US President Barack Obama carves out time for Malia and Sasha more
There is a possible association between physical activities and post-menopausal breast cancer more
Scientists say otherwise more
Hot beverages like tea and coffee can have long lasting effect on teeth, say experts more
Markets in Asia edged up on Tuesday as Chinese shares continued to slide after suffering the biggest one-day loss in 8 years the previous day more
The target is 5.47 percent higher than the previous year’s  more
Markets of the world’s No 2 economy suffer the biggest one-day loss in 8 years more
It posts the fourth straight weekly decline more
The next appointment will be ‘strictly merit-based’, says IMF’s deputy head more