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    ‘No foreign political leaders to attend AL’s 21st council’

    Awami League is going to arrange its 21st triennial national council on December 20 and 21 to elect the party’s next leadership without presence of political leaders from foreign countries.

  • At least ten Awami League leaders and activists were injured in an attack

    10 AL men hurt in rival’s attack in N’ganj

    At least ten Awami League leaders and activists were injured in an attack by a rival faction in Sonargaon upazila of Narayanganj. Three vehicles and six idols of a puja mandap were vandalised during the attack.

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

    AL govt transforms country into a Digital Bangladesh: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says the Awami League government has transformed the country into a Digital Bangladesh by making information technology accessible to all, including the marginal people, through efficient, service-oriented and ICT-friendly services in the last ten and a half years.

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's 73rd birthday today

    PM’s birthday today

    Today is Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina’s birthday.

  • Awami League man stabbed to death

    AL man stabbed to death in Kushtia

    An Awami League (AL) man is stabbed to death and two other members of the party were severely injured in an attack by a rival group over establishing supremacy at Madhpur village in Kushtia Sadar upazila.

  • Obaidul Quader

    '12 sub-committees formed for AL council'

    Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader says the party has formed 12 sub-committees for holding its next national council.

  • 126 UZ chairmen may lose AL posts

    Scores of Awami League leaders, who ran for upazila parishad chairman’s office as rebel candidates and won, are likely to lose their posts in the ruling party.

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

    AL never believes in religious differences: PM

    Mentioning that Awami League (AL) never believes in religious differences, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges members of the Hindu community not to undermine themselves by saying minority.

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