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RAB publishes revised list of 70 missing people

Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) today published a revised list of 70 people, who went missing from different districts of the country recently. The elite force, in a Facebook post requested countrymen to inform nearby RAB team if they have any information about those on the list. The newly enlisted missing are- Shahidul Alam, 35, Jibon, 27, Hossain Ahmed, 32, Imdadul …

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Six people have been sentenced to death for murdering schoolboy

Six people have been sentenced to death while three got life term imprisonment for murdering a schoolboy in Kapasia of Gazipur. Gazipur`s District Additional Sessions Judge Md Fazle Elahi Bhuiyan delivered the verdict on Tuesday. All the condemned convicts were also fined tk 10,000 each. The condemned convicts are Rafiqul Islam, Atiqul Islam, Atique Sheikh, Selim Sheikh, Anwar Hossain Sheikh …

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Dos and don’ts in the eye of a policeman

Dhaka Metropolitan Police’s Deputy Commissioner Masudur Rahman has pointed out some dos and don’ts in case of a terrorist attack like that in a Gulshan restaurant. “The first thing a hostage should avoid is making direct eye contacts with the hostage-takers,” he said replying to a question at Bangla tribune Info Show held Monday night. “A hostage must not engage …

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Bangladesh Nationalist Party announces full-fledged executive, standing committees

Desk Reporter: Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) has declared a 19-member standing committee and a full-fledged executive committee. Party secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir announced the committees at a press briefing at the party`s Nayaplatan central office in Dhaka. The latest inclusions in the party’s highest policymaking body are Amir Khashru Mahmud Chowdhury and Salahuddin Ahmed. Two senior leaders — …

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Japan marked the 71st anniversary of atomic bombing of Hiroshima

World Desk: Japan marked the 71st anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing of Hiroshima on Saturday as its mayor urged world leaders to follow in U.S. President Barack Obama`s footsteps and visit, and ultimately rid the world of nuclear arms. A peace bell tolled at 8:15 a.m. (2315 GMT on Friday), the time a U.S. warplane dropped the bomb. About …

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