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40 JNU students sued for traffic rules violation

Dhaka – A case has been filed against 40 unknown students of Jagannath University (JnU) including driver and helper of double decker bus that violated the traffic by taking on the wrong side on the street at Bangla Motor crossing in the city and assaulted the on duty traffic surgeon, who dared to stop them. Read More »

HC summons Akhaura Thana OC

Dhaka – The High Court Division of the Supreme Court on Monday directed the Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Akhaura Police Station in Brahmanbaria district to appear before it on July 23 for mentioning a businessman as dead although he was alive. Read More »

Farhad Mazhar left home on his own, says Police IG

Writer and columnist Farhad Mazhar was not abducted as he left home of his own, said Inspector General of Police (IGP) AKM Shahidul Hoque on Thursday. “After analysing data and information, it seems to us Farhad Mazhar left Dhaka and came back of his own,” said the IGP while briefing reporters at the Police Headquarters. Read More »

Farhad Mazhar’s statement doesn’t match facts: DMP chief

Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) Commissioner Asaduzzaman Mia on Wednesday claimed that poet and columnist Farhad Mazhar’s statement over his abduction does not match the facts. “We’ve found that the video and CCTV footages, call lists and other evidence that we’ve collected during investigation don’t support his statement (Farhad’s) given before a court under section 164 of the Penal Code,” he ... Read More »

Kashmir police warned weeks ago of attack on pilgrims

Srinagar, Jul 12 (AP/UNB) — As India’s government on Tuesday blamed separatist rebels for gunning down seven Hindu pilgrims and wounding 19 more in Kashmir before fleeing into the night, rebel groups in the disputed region condemned the rare, deadly attack on civilians and insisted they had no part in it. Read More »

HC orders reinstatement of sacked Ansar men

Dhaka – The High Court directed the government on Monday to reappoint those Ansar members who were earlier sacked from their duties following Ansar mutiny in 1994 considering their appropriate age-limit and physical capacity. After the final hearings on two writ petitions, the court also ordered the authorities concerned to bring the other Ansar members who went beyond the age-limit ... Read More »