‘Tonu murder proof may have been altered’

'Tonu murder proof may have been altered'

  National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) administrator Mizanur Rahman on Thursday said some proof of understudy Sohagi Jahan Tonu’s homicide may have been altered, reports news office UNB. “A spot visit may give a feeling that some proof may have been altered. On the off chance that something to that effect happened, it numerous redirect the trial procedures to an alternate bearing and make a deterrent towards recognizing the genuine guilty parties,” he said. The NHRC boss likewise said if the proof had been altered, the culprits ought to be…

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Loss of life in savagery ascends to 9

No less than nine individuals were killed and no less than 64 others harmed in conflicts in various parts of the nation amid the second stage Union Parishad decision on Thursday, as indicated by UNB news organization. Those executed in the savagery are Sanaullah, Ibrahim and Jamal of Sandwip upazila in Chittagong, Rafiqul Islam, 50, of Shyampur union of Melandah upazila in Jamalpur, Shuva, 10, child of Halim of Dhalikandi town in Keraniganj upazila of Dhaka, Golap Hossain of Chanchra union in Sadar upazila, Jessore, Sumon Mrida, child of Bachchu…

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Remote firm to be employed for air terminal security by 20 Mar

Remote firm to be employed for air terminal security by 20 Mar

  Leader Sheik Hasina has asked for the British executive, David Cameron, to survey the United Kingdom’s choice forcing a restriction on direct air payload from Dhaka to London. The Bangladesh head made the solicitation on Monday in a letter answering to the British executive, said government high authorities. The UK has, meanwhile, recommended designating one of the four proposed British organizations to oversee and give preparing to the powers worried for airplane terminal security. The solicitation was made in a letter from British high magistrate in Dhaka Alison Blake…

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Kim Wong likely brains of $81m heist

  Brains Kim Wong Businessman Kim Wong has all the earmarks of being the driving force of the washing through the Philippine budgetary arrangement of $81 million stolen from Bangladesh Bank. The every day Inquirers reported this citing Senator Serge Osmeña on Saturday. The Senator depicted branch chief of Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC) Maia Santos-Deguito as a sound witness after she confronted the representatives in a shut session on Thursday. Purportedly, she is likewise not considered the most blameworthy gathering in the trick. It was Wong who requested that…

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PM asks armed force ‘to stay caution to confront inward, outside danger’

PM asks armed force 'to stay caution to confront inward, outside danger'

PM Sheik Hasina on Thursday guided Bangladesh Army to keep a “consistent vigil” to confront “interior and outer danger” for shielding the nation’s sway. “You will need to dependably stay ready and prepared to confront ‘inner or outside danger’ unitedly to protect the hallowed constitution and sway of the homeland,” the PM said. Sheik Hasina’s remarks came as she tended to the banner lifting capacity of seven units including 2 Infantry Brigade of 10 Infantry Division of the armed force at Ramu Cantonment. The head said noteworthy quantities of current…

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Iqbal to serve ACC as open hireling

Iqbal MahmoodNewly selected executive of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Iqbal Mahmood on Thursday said he will perform his obligation as he did in the past as an administration official, reports UNB. “I performed government obligation previously. I’ll be working in another position (as ACC executive) as I did in past government work,” he told the news office quickly after his arrangement. Looked for input about his arrangement to battle against debasement, Mahmood said he doesn’t ha anything to say at this moment as he will ideally assume control over the…

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US groups due in Dhaka to examine airplane terminal, digital securities

Two US groups are liable to arrive in Dhaka this month to talk about different issues, including airplane terminal and digital securities, and future cooperation in these territories, reports news office UNB. A designation, drove by Alan Bersin, colleague secretary for universal undertakings and boss discretionary officer for the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Policy, is liable to arrive in the most recent week of the present month, said sources at the outside service. Bersin regulates DHS’s universal engagement, serves as the foremost counsel to the secretary…

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$2bn crisp acknowledge line bargain for Indian bank today

$2bn crisp acknowledge line bargain for Indian bank today

The credit understanding in the middle of Dhaka and New Delhi for developing another Line of Credit (LoC) of US $ 2 billion to Bangladesh will be marked on Wednesday, nine months after the marking of a MoU in such manner, reports. Monetary Relations Division (ERD) senior secretary Mohammad Mejbahuddin and executive and overseeing chief of EXIM Bank of India Yaduvendra Mathur will consent to the credit arrangement for the benefit of their separate sides at the NEC-2 gathering room in the city’s Sher-e-Bangla Nagar range at 3:00pm, an ERD…

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Jamaat calls hartal for Wednesday

Jamaat calls hartal

Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami called a countrywide first light to-nightfall hartal for Wednesday challenging at the Appellate Division decision maintaining capital punishment of its pioneer Mir Quasem Ali for wrongdoings against mankind in 1971. A five-part Appellate Division seat, headed by boss equity Surendra Kumar Sinha, on Tuesday gave the decision on the claim of Mir Quasem against his capital punishment. On 2 November 2014, the International Crimes Tribunal-2 sentenced the Jamaat-e-Islami pioneer to death for his wrongdoings against humankind amid the Liberation War. On 30 November 2014, Mir Quasem Ali documented…

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PM attacks two daily paper editors

PM Sheik Hasina attacks two daily paper editors

PM Sheik Hasina on Monday impacted the editors of English-dialect The Daily Star and Bangla day by day Prothom Alo, affirming that the daily papers have been spreading backbiting against her throughout the previous two decades. “The daily papers kept on composing against me, spread defamation against me all through my political vocation in the previous 20 years as though the Awami League had been their foe.” The PM raised the charges tending to a dialog on “Universal Mother Language Day” sorted out by the AL at the Bangabandhu International…

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