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    Govt service law to clip ACC wings

    The cabinet yesterday approved the draft Sarkari Chakori Ain 2018 with a provision for the Anti-Corruption Commission to take prior permission of the authorities concerned for arresting any public servant.

  • Mohammad Asem

    Human Trafficking to Malaysia: CID arrests 'kingpin'

    The CID on Sunday arrested the alleged godfather of a human trafficking ring that ran boats to carry people from Bangladesh to Malaysia.

  • Gunfight in Feni

    Two alleged drug dealers killed in 'shootout'

    Two suspected drug dealers were killed in a “shootout” with Rapid Action Battalion near the Dhaka-Chittagong highway in Feni early yesterday.

  • 14 killed in two road accidents

    At least 14 people were killed in two road crashes in Feni and Narsingdi yesterday.

  • Transparency International Bangladesh TIB Logo

    Govt service law to clip ACC wings

    The cabinet yesterday approved the draft Sarkari Chakori Ain 2018 with a provision for the Anti-Corruption Commission to take prior permission of the authorities concerned for arresting any public servant.

  • Mohammad Asem

    Human Trafficking to Malaysia: CID arrests 'kingpin'

    The CID on Sunday arrested the alleged godfather of a human trafficking ring that ran boats to carry people from Bangladesh to Malaysia.

  • Gunfight in Feni

    Two alleged drug dealers killed in 'shootout'

    Two suspected drug dealers were killed in a “shootout” with Rapid Action Battalion near the Dhaka-Chittagong highway in Feni early yesterday.

  • 14 killed in two road accidents

    At least 14 people were killed in two road crashes in Feni and Narsingdi yesterday.

  • Muslims scale Mt Arafat for peak of hajj

    Muslim pilgrims yesterday ascended Mount Arafat in Saudi Arabia for the climax of the annual hajj which brings together more than two million people from around the world.

  • No change in Rohingya IDs, docs

    Dhaka has decided not to accept Naypyidaw's request to replace the words “Forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals” on identity cards issued to Rohingyas and other official documents of the refugees.

  • 7 Killings in Hills: Police sue 15-20 unknown people

    Law enforcers on Sunday night filed a case against 15 to 20 unidentified assailants with Sadar Police Station in connection with Saturday's seven murders.

  • Distribution of VGF Rice: Irregularities in several districts

    Complaints of irregularities in the distribution of VGF (Vulnerable Group Feeding) rice have been reported in several districts.

  • Joj Mia's miseries linger on

    Joj Mia, the man who attained infamy when he was falsely-implicated in the August 21 grenade attack, still harbours hopes that one day the state will end his prolonged suffering.

  • Asian Games: Booters stun Qatar, make history

    Bangladesh carved a small piece of history by moving into the knockout stage of the football event of the Asian Games for the first time with a stunning 1-0 win over mighty Qatar at the Patriot Stadium in Jakarta yesterday.

  • S Korean families gather on eve of rare reunion

    Dozens of elderly and frail South Koreans gathered excitedly yesterday on the eve of their first meeting for nearly seven decades with family members in North Korea.

  • Asian Games: Booters stun Qatar, make history

    Bangladesh carved a small piece of history by moving into the knockout stage of the football event of the Asian Games for the first time with a stunning 1-0 win over mighty Qatar at the Patriot Stadium in Jakarta yesterday.

  • S Korean families gather on eve of rare reunion

    Dozens of elderly and frail South Koreans gathered excitedly yesterday on the eve of their first meeting for nearly seven decades with family members in North Korea.

  • Greater unity to be forged

    Juktofront Chairman AQM Badruddoza Chowdhury and eminent jurist and Gano Forum President Dr Kamal Hossain have decided to forge a greater political unity.

  • Take action against faulty establishments

    The Prime Minister's Office yesterday directed Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha to take legal actions against multi-storied buildings and shopping malls that violated their approved designs and shrunk parking zones.

  • 'Diplomats voice concern over detention of protesters’

    Some Western diplomats have voiced concern over continued arrests and fate of those already in police custody over recent student demonstrations for safe roads.

  • Rawhide traders cash-strapped

    With two days to Eid, local traders fear rotting or smuggling of unsold rawhide of sacrificial animals as tanners have not paid the arrears with which they could buy the hides.

  • Biman gets its first Dreamliner

    Biman Bangladesh Airlines is all set to enter a new era with its first Boeing 787-8, known as the Dreamliner, joining its fleet at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport yesterday.

  • Rape accused let go on technicality

    Officer-in-charge of Dhunat Police Station freed a rape accused, who is a member of Dhunat upazila unit Awami League, four hours after he was arrested on Friday night.

  • Kerala flood toll hits 370

    Rescuers yesterday searched submerged villages in southwest India in a desperate hunt for survivors after floods killed at least 370 people and drove more than 700,000 from their homes.

  • Khagrachhari still in panic

    Khagrachhari town remains gripped by fear after two brazen gun attacks in public areas led to the murder of seven people.

  • Road accidents in Rangpur

    Boy going to school crushed by power tiller

    A nine-year-old schoolboy was killed and his father and classmate were injured when a sand-laden power-tiller trailer hit their bicycle in Dinajpur's Chirirbandar yesterday.

  • Ferry delays add to misery

    With the Eid-ul-Azha only two days away, holidaymakers leaving Dhaka were delayed in long tailbacks on some major highways.

  • Ferry delays add to misery

    With the Eid-ul-Azha only two days away, holidaymakers leaving Dhaka were delayed in long tailbacks on some major highways.

  • 6th-grader gang raped in Patuakhali

    16-year-old girl raped in Tangail

    Two transport workers allegedly raped a madrasa student at Bhuapur upazila of Tangail on Friday night.

  • quota reform leader Luma

    Not held over viral video

    Police yesterday said they did not arrest quota reform leader Lutfun Nahar Luma in connection with a viral video clip where a girl is seen spreading rumours over the recent student protest for road safety.

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