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Fakhrul visits ailing Hefajat chief Shafi

    Live Correspondent: BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has paid a visit to the ailing Hefajat-e Islam chief Shah Ahmed Shafi. Fakhrul, along with party’s BNP Vice-Chairman Mir Nasir Uddin, went to a private hospital in Dhaka around 2:00 am to visit 96 year old Hefazat Amir who was previously admitted to the ICU of Asgar Ali Hospital at Gandaria in Dhaka to... details

‘Govt takes anti-environmental projects to stay in power’

  Live Correspondent: BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has said the government has taken many anti-environmental projects just to stay in power. “The government has been taking anti-environment projects one after another for corruption and to protect their interests and destroying the environment,” Fakhrul alleged. Fakhrul was addressing a seminar on the... details

Khaleda Zia hosts iftar for professionals

  Live Correspondent: Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Sunday hosted an iftar party for the professionals and eminent personalities of the country. The programme was held at Bashundhara International Convention Centre in the city. Before the iftar, Khaleda exchanged greetings with the invited guests, including academicians, doctors, engineers,... details

‘It’s a budget of plundering’

  Live Correspondent: Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Thursday described the proposed budget for the 207-18 fiscal year as a 'budget of plundering', saying it will create further scopes for Awami league leaders and activists to misappropriate public money. "It's a budget of looting which has created scopes for Awami League (men) to steal public money...... details

Khaleda invites Sheikh Hasina for iftar

      Live Correspondent: BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Wednesday invited Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to attend her iftar party scheduled for June 5. AL General Secretary Obaidul Quader and other ruling party leaders have also been invited to the party to be held at the Basundhara International Convention Centre. A four-member BNP... details

‘Sachin’ rakes in over Rs 27cr in opening weekend

    Live Correspondent: BNP senior leader Nazrul Islam Khan on Sunday said the fall of the current government is imminent as it is sinking into quicksand by getting isolated from people. “The government is filing false cases against BNP leaders and activists, and detaining them in those cases. It’s (govt) sinking into quicksand. The more it’ll move, the faster it’ll... details

Khaleda Zia hosts iftar for foreign diplomats

Live Correspondent: BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia hosted an iftar party in honour of foreign diplomats working in Bangladesh on Monday on the second day of the fasting month of Ramadan. Ambassadors, high commissioners, mission chiefs, charge d’ affaires and other envoys from 40 countries attended the iftar, reports UNB. Before the iftar, Khaleda went round the banquet... details

Removal of statue respected religious sentiments

    Live Correspondent: Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Huq has said that the religious sentiments of Islam and other religions have been honoured through the removal of the Lady Justice statue from the Supreme Court premises. On Saturday afternoon, the law minister said this while replying to reporters in an anti-tobacco programme arranged by the two... details

‘Govt on a mission to kill BNP leaders, activists’

  Live Correspondent: Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Friday alleged that the government has been on a ‘mission’ to kill ‘diehard’ BNP leaders and activists to perpetuate its power. In a statement, she said, “Hanging onto power by killing the leaders and activists of BNP and other opposition parties and creating a reign of terror is Awami... details

‘Now police regulate democracy’

  Live Correspondent: Taking a swipe at the government for not allowing the party to hold its rally in capital Dhaka, Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Wednesday alleged that the functioning of democracy in Bangladesh now largely depends on police. "The government is using law enforcers like its party men to foil opposition's rallies and meetings. Bangladesh's... details

Country now under one person’s rule, alleges BNP

    Live Correspondent: BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Monday alleged that Bangladesh is now in the grip of one person’s rule under the cover of democracy. ‘The country’s people are now passing through their worst-ever time as there’s no democracy here. Those who are running the country have worn the masks of democracy. In fact, the country is now... details

‘Khaleda Zia’s office raid a govt plot’

    Live Correspondent: Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) senior leader Moudud Ahmed on Sunday alleged their chairperson's office was raided by police as part of the government's plot to keep the party away from the next general election. "The government has become desperate, and they don't want healthy politics in Bangladesh. They're again planning to hold the next... details

Ruling party men behind increasing social crimes

    Live Correspondent: Senior leader of BNP Moudud Ahmed has alleged that the influential people belonging to the ruling party are behind the growing social crimes, including rape. “Social crimes have spiked as 12 people are now being killed a day in Bangladesh. Newspapers have unveiled who is the owner of Raintree Hotel where two university students were raped,” the BNP... details