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Sayeede appeal verdict tomorrow

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court will deliver verdict on appeal against Jamaat-e-Islami Nayeb-e-Ameer Delawar Hossain Sayedee tomorrow, reported on Supreme Court website today.

Hanif got legal notice from Tarique

BNP Senior Vice-Chairman Tarique Rahman has sent a legal notice to AL Joint GS Mahbub-ul-Alam Hanif for making baseless statements against him.

Noted citizens condemn against attack on Mahbub Ullah

Politicians, academics and leaders of different professional bodies on Monday strongly condemned the attack on former Dhaka University professor Mahbub Ullah.

Suranjit: JS to pass bill on Sept 17 or 18

The chairman of parliamentary standing committee on law ministry, Suranjit Sengupta, on Monday said that parliament would pass the Constitution (Sixteenth Amendment) Bill on September 17 or 18.

14-party alliance led by the ruling Awami League calls meeting Wednesday

The 14-party alliance led by the ruling Awami League will hold a meeting on Wednesday.

BNP leader Toimur Alam Khandakar got held

Police arrested Narayanganj district BNP President Toimur Alam Khandakar near Topkhana Road in the capital yesterday in connection with a vandalism case.

Faruqi murder probe: DB suspects JMB, Ansarullah hand

The Detective Branch of Police has claimed to have nearly solved the mystery behind the killing of Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat leader Shaikh Nurul Islam Faruqi.

BNP condemned Moudud conspiracy over book

The BNP yesterday officially condemned its senior leader Moudud Ahmed’s controversial new book, claiming it was written to impress the government, only a day after party chief Khaleda Zia’s press secretary said there was nothing wrong with it.

Awami League leaders embarrassed by PM’s comment

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s Sunday comment that everybody in her party but she could be bought has caused some senior leaders embarrassment who said it could lead to unpleasant consequences.

Jamaat launched a campaign against war crimes trials again

Jamaat-e-Islami, many of whose top leaders have been convicted for 1971 crimes, has once again launched a campaign to influence US policymakers against the ongoing trial of war crimes in Bangladesh, spending thousands of dollars.

Rizvi's remarks unexpected, said Moudud

Claiming that he wrote the book as a political expert, BNP Standing Committee Member Barrister Moudud Ahmed has termed BNP Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi's reaction over it as unexpected.

Rizvi: Moudud wrote the book to impress Govt.

BNP Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi has claimed that the party's Standing Committee Member Moudud Ahmed has written his new book, titled Bangladesh Emergency and the Aftermath (2007-2008), to impress the government.

Ershad, Raushan hold separate meetings with loyal MPs

The growing division inside the main opposition in parliament, Jatiya Party, deepened on Sunday, as the two factions among the 40-member Jatiya Party Parliamentary Party sat in separate meetings to discuss the possible resignation of its party members from the cabinet.

16th Amendment Bill: JS panel places report

The parliamentary standing committee on law ministry on Sunday placed in the house its report on the Constitution (Sixteenth Amendment) Bill for the restoration of parliament’s power to remove Supreme Court judges, recommending some changes to the bill.

DC accepted charge sheet against Moudud

A Dhaka court yesterday accepted the charge sheet pressed against BNP Standing Committee member Moudud Ahmed and his brother Manjur Ahmed in a case filed on charge of grabbing a government land worth about Tk300 crore in Gulshan area.

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