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- October 19, 2017
Efforts continue on verifying missing persons reports and finding out militant links
Students visit the university two to four days in a week, and spend most of their time outside the university
New information emerges about Gulshan attacker Nibras Islam
BNP chief Khaleda Zia and her son did not appear at the court during trial proceedings
Students, in terror, ran and dispersed in different directions, where many took refuge in neighboring houses
It is suspected that local militants currently possess at least 16 modern firearms that could be used in future attack
According to Chittagong district police, a total of five youths, including three madrasa students, are currently missing
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The former mayor of London has insulted a series of world leaders including US President Barack Obama and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan
The prime minister is visiting Mongolia to attend the 11th Asia-Europe Meeting, a two-day congregation of 21 Asian countries, 30 European states and two regional organisations.
According to FBI data, the national violent crime rate last peaked in 1991 at 758 reported violent crimes per 100,000 people. In 2014, the latest year for which full data is available, the rate was 366 per 100,000 people
The Narayanganj headmaster was earlier assaulted and humiliated on charges of blasphemy
There are plenty of signs radicals in the region have been animated by IS leader Abu Bakar al-Baghdadi’s call for attacks and the group’s ambition to create Southeast Asian provinces of the IS caliphate
An alleged robber was beaten to death by a mob at Kamarpara village, Chiribandar upzila, Dinajpur district town while he along with his cohorts were taking preparation to commit robber in the early hours of yesterday.
Joint Secretary of the Bangladesh Awami League (AL) Md Mahbub-ul-Hanif said people of Bangladesh were now worried over two issues. One was our religion Islam and another was our motherland for which three million people had scarified their lives.
Two more forest robber gangs in Sundarbans reportedly will surrender to Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) today. At least 11 members of the robber gangs ‘Majnu Bahini’ and ‘Iliaz Bahini’ were scheduled to surrender with 27 firearms, ammos and vessels around 3pm at Mongla port, said Commanding Officer of RAB 8 Lieutenant Colonel Mohammad Faridul Alam.
The tournament will be held at the IUB Campus in Bashundhara, Dhaka
Do your kids ask where they came from? Where babies come from? How do you explain?
The Power Distribution Board (PDB) at Gaforgaon upazila in the district has been used as illegal business centre for long under the nose of law enforcement agencies. According to local sources, Delwar Hossain, storekeeper at the office has been selling reading metre to the consumers illegally allegedly with the help of Executive Engineer AZM Anowaruzzaman.
“Only an economic survey is required to start the mining of limestone that can meet up one-fourth of the current demand of limestone in the country”