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Nine to die, 25 to serve life term (1면)
A Pabna court yesterday sentenced nine people to death in a case over the
attack on a train carrying the then opposition leader Sheikh Hasina in Ishwardi
25 years ago. The court also handed down life sentence to 25 accused and
10-year rigorous imprisonment to 13 others in the case filed under the
Explosives Substances Act, 1908.
70 injured in armed Chhatra League clash at Jahangirnagar University (1면)
Infighting between two Bangladesh Chhatra League factions at Jahangirnagar
University has left at least 70 injured, including teachers, police, and
Fakhrul dubs verdict as cruel, dictated (1면)
Bangladesh Nationalist Party on Wednesday said a ‘dictated and ‘cruel’
verdict was given by a Pabna court sentencing nine of its activists to death
and jailing 25 others for life on a ‘fabricated’ charge of attacking a train
carrying the then opposition leader Sheikh Hasina in 1994.
CMC aims to make anti-venom locally (12면)
A research team, for the first time in Bangladesh, is studying native snake
species aiming at mass-scale production of effective anti-venom for local
Fresh war crimes in Rakhine (1면)
Myanmar security forces and insurgents are committing human rights
violations against civilians in restive western states that may amount to fresh
war crimes, a UN investigator said on Tuesday.
Bangladesh marching forward (2면)
Noting that Bangladesh has friendly relations with all, Prime Minister
Sheikh Hasina yesterday said Bangladesh was marching forward and getting
foreign investment as the country had no hostility to anyone, referring to its
friendly relations with both China and India.
‘We don’t want to tilt one way or another’ (3면)
Bangladesh has so far maintained traditional diplomatic relations, and also
opened up to trade and economic relationship with China and other countries,
Prime Minister’s International Affairs Adviser Dr Gowher Rizvi said yesterday.
Gowher Rizvi: Rohingya crisis will become biggest security threat to South
Prime Minister’s International Affairs Adviser Dr Gowher Rizvi has said the
Rohingya crisis will become the biggest security threat to South Asian
countries in the coming days. He said while addressing the inaugural session of
a seminar in Dhaka as the chief guest yesterday.
US envoy: Bangladesh one of world’s great success stories (12면)
US Ambassador to Bangladesh Earl R Miller has said Bangladesh is one of the
most valued partners of the US and one of the world’s great development success
stories. The US Ambassador was addressing a reception in the city yesterday
marking the 243rd US Independence Day, celebrated every year on July
Project launched to improve livelihoods of 4m poor living in capital (3면)
The UNDP in collaboration with the government of Bangladesh has launched a
six-year project for improving the living standards of the capital’s 4 million