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Rakib, the 12-year boy killed in torture in Khulna on Monday, dies as his intestine and lungs burst because of pumping air through the rectum, post-mortem examination of the boy found. Khulna Medical College Hospital superintendent Prashanta Kumar on Wednesday confirmed the report of the post-mortem conducted at the hospital on Tuesday. Rakib was allegedly tortured […]

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The High Court yesterday directed BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia to surrender before a lower court within two months to face trial in the Gatco graft case. The two-month countdown will begin only after the HC verdict has been received by the lower court — the Special Judge’s Court-3 of Dhaka. The HC came up with […]

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The electricity production costs are falling in the country along with the decrease in international oil prices. However, the electricity prices are not being reduced. On the contrary, Bangladesh energy regulatory commission (BERC) has continued to increase the electricity price. The power development board (PDB) receives electricity at a much lower price from the government-approved […]

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What’s the first country you think of when it comes to global peacekeeping? The U.S.? Canada or Italy (placate with pasta)? If so, you are wrong. Bangladesh, a crowded developing nation, is the world’s largest donor of troops to the U.N. peacekeeping forces. According to the U.N.: Americans? Only 80. This South Asian nation’s heavy […]

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Pakistani cricket legend Wasim Akram said Wednesday he was lucky to escape unscathed when a gunman opened fire at his car after a traffic collision. Akram, one of the best left-arm fast bowlers ever to play the game, was on his way to coach at a training camp at the city’s National Stadium when the […]

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The parliamentary standing committee on the LGRD ministry has rejected the ministry’s enquiry report on allegations of corruption and irregularities against the Dhaka WASA managing director and the capital’s two city corporations. The Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives presented the report at a meeting of the watchdog on Wednesday. But the committee […]

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The ‘culture of impunity’ is encouraging the growing cases of abuse and murder of children in Bangladesh, says rights activist Sultana Kamal who has called for a social fight against such crimes. She also appealed to people to come out of the ‘culture of silence’, which appears to have become the norm even after watching […]

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Police in Chandpur have arrested a couple for beating to death their three-year-old child to drive off the jinn who they said possessed her. Emran Hossain, 40, and Amena Begum, 35, were implicated and sent to jail following a court order on Wednesday. The killing of ‘Sumaya’ occurred at remote Kamarbarhi of Tarapur in Shahrasti Upazila […]

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Debris that has washed onto the Jamaique beach in Saint-Denis is seen on the shoreline of French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, August 3, 2015. Malaysia confirmed early on Thursday that a piece of a wing washed up on an Indian Ocean island beach last week was from Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, the first trace of […]

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Law Commission warns the law could turn into a repressive one if remedial measures not taken Bangladesh Law Commission has found some gross anomalies in the mobile court act that lead to flawed trials run executive magistrates. In a report on Tuesday, the commission  said the Mobile Court Act 2009 that empowers executive magistrates to […]

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The trial of a long pending case on 1996’s stockmarket scam will start on Sunday in the special tribunal formed for quick disposal of stockmarket-related lawsuits. The case involves Rakibur Rahman, a former president of Dhaka Stock Exchange, and AS Shahudul Islam Bulbul, a former director of the premier bourse. The then government probe report […]

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