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Jalil exonerated from tax-evasion case

Jalil exonerated from tax-evasion case

A Dhaka court Tuesday exonerated former Awami League General Secretary Abdul Jalil from a tax-evasion case filed against him last year by the National Board of Revenue.

2010-06-15 13:35:10
Police-RMG workers clash leaves 35 injured in Tejgaon

Police-RMG workers clash leaves 35 injured in Tejgaon

A street fight between police and garment workers in the capital’s Tejgaon industrial area Tuesday left at least 35 people injured, including nine cops.

2010-06-15 13:27:15
Sangu gas field down

Sangu gas field down

Production in the country’s lone offshore gas field Sangu came to a grinding halt Tuesday for technical breakdown, officials said.

2010-06-15 13:25:06
Chinese Vice-President Xi Jingping leaves Dhaka

Chinese Vice-President Xi Jingping leaves Dhaka

Chinese Vice-President Xi Jingping left Dhaka for Laos on Tuesday noon after two days’ official visit to Bangladesh that yielded some broad agreements on placing the bilateral ties on a higher trajectory.

2010-06-15 13:17:55
Hajj flight begins Oct 10

Hajj flight begins Oct 10

The first Hajj flight from Bangladesh will take off on October 10, Minister for Civil Aviation and Tourism GM Quader said Tuesday, revealing government preparation in advance for the pilgrimage.

2010-06-15 13:16:44
Fire in Nimtoli inferno originates from kitchen oven: probe report<br>Investigators recommend action

Fire in Nimtoli inferno originates from kitchen oven: probe report
Investigators recommend action

The devastating Nimtoli fire originated from a kitchen stove, fed on chemicals nearby and erupted into a conflagration that left over a hundred people and many wounded in the densely populated Old Dhaka locality, says an official probe report

2010-06-14 21:41:25
Breaking News<br>Landslides kill 50 including army personnel in CoxÔÇÖs Bazar-Bandarban belt<br>Vast

Updates with death toll, identity of three army personnel

Breaking News
Landslides kill 50 including army personnel in CoxÔÇÖs Bazar-Bandarban belt
Vast

Landslides triggered by torrential rain on the first day of the rainy season buried at least 50 people, including six army-men, under a deluge of mud and water in Cox’s Bazar-Bandarban belt early Tuesday, official sources said.

2010-06-14 21:37:40
Schoolboy killed after abduction in Satkhira

Schoolboy killed after abduction in Satkhira

A seven-year-old schoolboy was killed by terrors at Bakra village in Ashashuni upazila early Tuesday, a day after his abduction for ransom.

2010-06-14 21:29:27
Amar Desh destiny darkened again<br>SC stays HC order of stay on cancellation of publication

Amar Desh destiny darkened again
SC stays HC order of stay on cancellation of publication

Amar Desh destiny got darkened again as the Supreme Court`s Appellate Division Thursday stayed for four weeks the High Court order against the government action cancelling the declaration of the Bengali daily.

2010-06-14 21:27:18
PCJSS member shot dead in Rangamati<br>

PCJSS member shot dead in Rangamati

An activist of Parbatya Chattagram Jana Sanghati Samity (PCJSS) was killed in Baghaichhari upazila of the hill district on Monday night, in what appears to be a repeat of periodical terrorist acts in the once-restive hills.

2010-06-14 21:19:52
Khaleda-Jinpeng meet <br>She seeks Chinese help in making direct road, rail links with China

Khaleda-Jinpeng meet
She seeks Chinese help in making direct road, rail links with China

Opposition leader and BNP chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia sought Chinese cooperation in establishing direct road and rail links between Bangladesh and China and construction of the planned Sonadia deep-sea port.

2010-06-14 20:17:18
Beggar-maid found dead at Farmgate

Beggar-maid found dead at Farmgate

A beggar-maid who used to go begging her bread in the capital’s Farmgate area was found dead under a foot over-bridge there on Tuesday morning.

2010-06-14 19:09:06
Shipping Ministry writes to Cabinet Division to decide parentage of ship-breaking sector

Shipping Ministry writes to Cabinet Division to decide parentage of ship-breaking sector

The Shipping Ministry Monday wrote to the government’s Cabinet Division for deciding which ministry is to look after the ship-breaking industry that is just up and coming.

2010-06-14 13:17:11
Robbery in expatriateÔÇÖs residence<br>Housewife shot dead in Ctg

Robbery in expatriateÔÇÖs residence
Housewife shot dead in Ctg

A Dubai-returnee’s wife was shot dead while he was wounded by bullet as robbers fired on them in their house at Mohonpurkhil village in Fatikchhari Upazilla early Monday.

2010-06-14 13:14:49
Menon on Viqarunnisa admossion brawl <br>ÔÇ£I just recommended for 150 studentsÔÇØ

Menon on Viqarunnisa admossion brawl
ÔÇ£I just recommended for 150 studentsÔÇØ

More than 150 students got admission into the reputed Viqarunnisa Noon School and College with the recommendation made by Rashed Khan Menon MP, the lawmaker said at a press conference arranged Monday to dispel doubts.    

2010-06-14 13:11:56