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NCTB to fix 6 errors found in textbooks

    Live Correspondent: The National Curriculum and Textbook Board or NCTB will be making six corrections in primary-level textbooks. Although different quarters pointed out various errors in both primary- and secondary-level textbooks, NCTB previously said it did not find any error in secondary-level textbooks. The Directorate of Primary Education provided field-level... details

Police interrogates Safat and Sakif

  Live Correspondent: Safat Ahmed and Sadman Sakif were questioned by police at Detective Branch (DB) office on Friday over their alleged involvement in raping two university girls at Banani The Raintree hotel on March 28. In primary interrogation, the offence seems to be true, Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) joint commissioner Krisnho Pad Roy said at a press conference at DMP Media... details

“Rapists” Safat, Sadman remanded

  Live Correspondent: Safat Ahmed and his accomplice Sadman Sakif have been remanded in a case filed over raping two university girls in Banani. Dhaka Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court (CMM) granted six days remand for Safat and five days for Sadman respectively . Judge Raihanul Islam of the court granted the remand on Friday after Ismat Ara, Inspector of Women Support and... details

HC declares mobile court illegal

    Live Correspondent: The High Court (HC) today declared illegal mobile courts run by executive magistrates, pronouncing some 14 sections and sub-sections of the concerned act unconstitutional. A High Court division bench comprising Justice Moyeenul Islam Chowdhury and Justice Ashish Ranjan Das passed the order, declaring absolute the rule issued earlier in this regard,... details

Banani rape victims give judicial statements

   Live Correspondent: Two private university girls who were raped in a Banani hotel around one a half month ago gave their judicial statements before a court in Dhaka on Thursday in a case filed over the incident. Metropolitan Magistrate Nurun Nahar Yasmin recorded statements of the victims under section of 22 of the Women and Children Repression Prevention... details

Khaleda appears before court in graft case

  Live Correspondent: The Chairperson of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) Khaleda Zia appeared before a court in Dhaka on Monday in connection with Zia Orphanage Trust graft case filed by Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC). She reached the Dhaka Metropolitan Senior Judge court in Bakshibazar at11.32pm. Earlier on April 27, the court asked Khaleda Zia to appear before the court today... details

HC verdict on Oishee’s plea any day

  Court Live: The High Court will deliver its verdict any day on the death reference, and appeal of Oishee Rahman against the death penalty awarded to her for killing her parents -- police officer Mahfuzur Rahman and his wife Swapna Rahman -- in 2013. The HC bench of Justice Jahangir Hossain Selim and Md Jahangir Hossain kept the death reference and appeal in the case waiting for... details

BNP’s another rally foiled in Ctg for infighting

  Live Correspondent: A pre-scheduled rally of the Chittagong south district unit of BNP was foiled because of infighting between two groups of the party on Wednesday (May 03), a day after such an incident in the north district unit. The incident took place at about 4:00 pm at Patia upazila sadar in Chittagong. Some 20-30 people were injured in the incident. BNP’s... details

‘Few govt officials harming judiciary with false report’

  Live Correspondent: Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha remarked that some eager officers and employees are harming the judiciary by providing erroneous report to the head of the government. He made the assertion while addressing a reception program arranged by Joypurhat district Bar Association on Wednesday noon (May 3). SK Sinha said few government officials are presenting... details

‘BD uses tough laws to crack down on dissent’

  Live Correspondent : Bangladesh is using ‘draconian’ internet laws to crack down on dissent, curb public debate and criticism and harass and prosecute journalists, Amnesty International said on Tuesday. ‘The Bangladeshi government treats journalism as if it were a crime,’ said Olof Blomqvist, the group’s researcher, in a report entitled ‘Caught between fear and... details

Dramatic moment burka-wearing woman screams as anti-terror…

Dramatic moment burka-wearing woman screams as anti-terror police drag her off a bus and bundle her into a doorway in raid linked to arrests that 'foiled active plot' in north London Exclusive MailOnline footage shows young Muslim woman swamped by police Undercover officers on bus and at bus stop grabbed her streets from terror raid Woman was pulled into doorway by officers and had... details

PM urges judges, lawyers to be more humanitarian to litigants

Live Correspondent: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged the judges and lawyers to be more humanitarian and serve the litigants with extra care to reduce their sufferings in the court of justice. "It's not possible to lessen the sufferings of the people only through framing laws and development of the infrastructure of the judicial system. Our judges and lawyer should be more caring and... details

Operation Eagle Hunt: 4 found dead as anti-militant drive ends

  Chapainawabganj Live : Four people have been found dead at the end of the anti-militant drive in Chapainawabganj. The four killed included Neo JMB leader Rafiqul Islam alias Abu and one Rafikul Alam Abu, a spice hawker. They blew themselves up using explosives, police said. The Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) unit of police previously brought a woman and child from the... details