- August 27, 2016
A borrower gets a Tk330 crore loan approved by Bangladesh Bank after it was already rejected twice, once by a private bank and then by the central bank itself
The results of this year’s SSC and its equivalent exams were published yesterday, with the pass rate standing at 88.29% – a growth of 1.25 percentage point compared to last year.
The Pakistan government has expressed deep sadness over the hanging of war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami, while its National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution expressing grave concerns over the execution.
If someone is looking for the reasons behind the ever-worsening traffic situation in Dhaka city, they need not look any further than the development projects in the capital that are moving at snail’s pace.
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An SSC examinee has been killed allegedly by one of his friends over playing cricket at Barobagh under Mirpur 1 in the capital on May 11, 2016.
The mother claimed a sergeant, his wife and a soldier were involved, noting that her daughter was severely beaten before being killed.
Nizami did not challenge his life-term jail terms given on two other charges which involve his direct participation in the killing of Sohrab Ali of Brishalikha and instigating to kill Bodi, Rumi, Jewel and Azad at the Old MP Hostel at Dhaka’s Nakhalpara.
Apart from aiding the Pakistani Army in person, he had formed the ruthless militia, al-Badr Bahini, which mounted Gestapo like attacks, with a goal to wipe out the brightest sons and daughters of the soil towards the end of the Liberation War, under his command.
The tribunal sentenced him to death on October 29, 2014 and the Appellate Division upheld the death penalty on January 6 this year. His review petition was rejected on May 5.