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‘Cops, judges must together ensure justice’
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‘Cops, judges must together ensure justice’

Police and judiciary must work together to ensure justice to the people, High Court judge Justice Syed Refaat Ahmed has says.

  • Dr Kamal Hossain's Jatiya Oikya Prokriya

    Jatiya Oikya Prokriya to hold rally tomorrow

    Dr Kamal Hossain-led platform, Jatiya Oikya Prokriya, will hold a rally in Dhaka tomorrow as part of its effort to forge a greater national unity, ahead of the upcoming parliamentary election.

  • Gazipur factory blast

    Four hurt in Gazipur factory explosion

    Four construction workers suffered burn injuries in an explosion at an under-construction building in Kaliakoir upazila of Gazipur yesterday.

  • charge batons in Dhaka

    Left Democratic Alliance's march towards EC foiled

    Police yesterday foiled a march of Left Democratic Alliance (LDA) by charging batons on its leaders and activists when they were heading to lay siege to the office of the Election Commission in the capital's Agargaon.

  • Flag of BNP

    'Evil spirit of Baksal'

    Branding the Digital Security Act as an 'evil spirit of Baksal', BNP yesterday alleged that the government has enacted the law to hide its 'massive corruption' and gag the media and people's voice.

  • BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia

    Cumilla Arson Case: Khaleda's bail hearing on September 30

    A Cumilla court yesterday fixed September 30 for continuing the hearing on BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia's bail petition in connection with the arson case filed in 2015.

  • fake intern doctors

    Inconsistency in 7 medical interns' certificates: ACC

    Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has found seven intern doctors at different hospitals of the country working with 'questionable' certificates.

  • Actress Sarah Begum Kabari

    3 held for 'theft' at Kabari's home

    Gold jewelleries worth around Tk 12 lakh and Tk 5 lakh in cash have allegedly been stolen from former Awami League lawmaker and renowned actress Sarah Begum Kabari's Gulshan residence.

  • 2 schoolgirls found dead in Turag

    The bodies of two schoolgirls were recovered from Turag river in Savar on Wednesday.

  • Rajshahi district new sessions judge Mir Shafiqul Alam

    Mir Shafiqul Alam new Rajshahi district and sessions judge

    Mir Shafiqul Alam joins as the new district and sessions judge of Rajshahi.

  • Old Dhaka central jail

    Youth ‘electrocuted’ at Old Dhaka jail

    A youth aged around 30 years dies reportedly from electrocution at the rooftop of the Old Dhaka central jail on Nazumuddin Road.

  • 208kg 'khat' seized in Chattogram

    Customs officials seize 208 kilogrammes of khat, a new psychoactive substance (NPS), from Foreign Post Office in Fakirhat area near Chattogram port.

  • Must use Biman for air trips at govt expense

    The Prime Minister's Office has directed government officials for compulsory use of Biman Bangladesh Airlines on the routes where the national flag carrier operates flights, for air trips at government expense.

  • Senior journo Belal hospitalised

    Senior journalist Shamsul Alam Belal, city editor of Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS), has been hospitalised after suffering a heart attack.

  • Schoolgirl found dead in Agargaon slum

    She was supposed to go to school like others days, but family members found the hanging body of Sumaiya Akhtar, a fifth grader, in a room of their slum at city's Agargaon yesterday morning.

  • Dawrae Hadith gets master's degree status

    A bill to recognise Dawrae Hadith (Takmil) certificate in Qawmi Madrasa with the status of postgraduate degree of Islamic Studies and Arabic, was passed in parliament yesterday.

  • BNP Joint Secretary Sohel

    Attacking Police Van: BNP joint secy-general Sohel on 5-day remand

    A Dhaka court yesterday placed BNP Joint Secretary General Habibun Nabi Khan Sohel on a five-day remand, in connection with a case filed over attacking a prison van near High Court area and snatching detainees in January this year.

  • No scope for long-term stay of Rohingyas in Bangladesh

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday told parliament that Bangladesh will place its proposals on the future action plans over the Rohingya crisis in different multilateral meetings during the upcoming 73rd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

  • Eskaton double murder

    Eskaton double murder verdict on Oct 4

    A Dhaka court yesterday fixed October 4 for delivering verdict in the Eskaton double murder case, filed against Bakhtiar Alam Rony, son of Awami League lawmaker Pinu Khan.

  • UN official jailed in dowry case

    A rajshahi court yesterday sent an official of United Nations (UN) to jail in connection with a dowry case.

  • Air Chief Masihuzzaman Serniabat returns home

    Chief of Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) Air Marshal Masihuzzaman Serniabat returned home on Tuesday, after visiting United Nations (UN) peacekeeping mission areas in Democratic Republic of Congo and Mali.

  • Freak microbus accident kills father in front of son

    A father and son were making conversation by the highway, reunited after a while, when a freak road accident claimed the life of one of them, right in front of the other's eyes.

  • All-female mugger gang busted in Rajshahi

    Prof Raihana Akter Jahan is used to travelling alone as there is not too many passengers available on the route that early in the morning.

  • Cops arrest two with 900g heroin

    Detectives arrested two persons with 900 grammes of heroin worth around Tk 90 lakh in Aminbazar area of Savar yesterday.

  • Road crashes kill three

    At least three persons including a minor were killed in road accidents in Mymensingh and Cumilla yesterday.

  • 'Selling yaba to fund sabotage'

    Police arrested a leader of pro-BNP youth organisation Jubo Dal with 223 yaba pills in Chattogram city's Sadarghat area early yesterday, claiming that he was running a yaba business with an aim to collect funds for carrying out subversive activities.

  • Chattogram College: BCL men continue fighting over posts

    Leaders and activists of Chattogram Government College unit of Bangladesh Chhatra League once again locked into a clash yesterday over formation of the 25-member college committee.

  • Effective partnerships needed to eradicate child labour

    Lack of economic solvency of families and ensuring education of children fighting with poverty are key challenges to reducing child labour in the country, parliamentarians said at a roundtable yesterday.

  • Railway reclaims land from illegal occupants

    Bangladesh Railway in Chattogram yesterday reclaimed around 2.2 acres of its land on Ice Factory Road where a slum had been rebuilt after Railway conducted an eviction drive there in April last year.

  • Raisul Huq Bahar laid to rest

    Veteran freedom fighter and journalist AKM Raisul Huq Bahar, who died of a cardiac arrest on Tuesday night, was laid to rest at Chattogram Port Graveyard yesterday after his namaz-e-janaza held at Chattogram Bandar Bhaban premises after Asr prayers.

  • BRTA resumes scrapping unfit auto-rickshaws

    Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA), Chattogram has resumed scrapping CNG-run auto-rickshaws that are at least 15 years old and plying the port city roads, five months after the High Court dismissed a writ petition filed by vehicle owners challenging the process.

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