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Three Al-Badrs men of Jamalpur have been awarded death

Desk Reporter: Three Al-Badrs men from Jamalpur district have been awarded death penalty while five have been jailed unto death for committing crimes against humanity during the 1971 Liberation War. The death penalty convicts are Aftab Hossain, Abdul Mannan and Abdul Bari. Who have been jailed unto death are Shamsul Haque, Yousuf Ali, Sharif Ahmed, Md Harun and Abul Kashem. …

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Ansarullah Bangla Team Member Mizanur Arrested at Natore

Rafiqul Islam, Singra Upazila (Natore) Representative: Police Arrested Mizanur Rahman(30) A member of ansarullah Bangla Team At Singra in Natore . He was arrested from Lalo Union on sunday night . Mizanur Rahman is son of meher ali the Village of Baraiihati. a laptop, modem, motorcycle, 3 jihadist books were seized. Police Said, Lalo union of the upazila baraiihati area …

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Tigers team to tour India in Feb, 2017

Desk Repoter:India are touring West Indies to participate in four match Test series, afterwards the team of Virat Kohli will play a total of 13 Test matches at home consecutively against New Zealand, England, Australia and Bangladesh. Although Bangladesh were supposed to play against India on September this year, BCCI has decided to invite its nearest neighbour in 2017. The …

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Magura Kali Temple failed mission held

Correspondent: Police on Tuesday night held three youths among four who searched for Kali temple`s priest of the district`s Natun bazaar area on Monday evening. The detainees were identified as Sumon Ahmed, 25, son of Keramot Mollah of Kashinathpur village of Magura Sadar Upazila, Shahab Uddin, 20, son of Wahab Mollah of Roy village and Akash, 22, of Parla Beltola …

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Bangladesh never supports grasping power unconstitutionally

News Desk: PM Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh never supports grasping power unconstitutionally. The premier on Sunday said this over failed military coup in Turkey while briefing reporters at Ganabhaban holding over the outcome of ASEM conference. She said persons who patronise, finance and train militants will not be spared. The issue was highlighted in recent ASEM conference. Referring her government …

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