Monday, Oct 15th

Last update06:42:41 PM GMT

You are here::

Around The Country

7 ‘robbers’ held in Comilla

E-mail Print PDF
A Correspondent
Comilla: Police arrested seven suspected robbers from Borakchar village on Muradnagar-Iliotganj road in Muradnagar upazila on early Sunday.
Officer-in-charge of Muradnagar Police Station SM Badiuzzaman said two police teams were patrolling Muradnagar-Iliotganj road at night.
When the patrol team reached Borakchar village around 2:00 am, they found a group of robbers blocked the road lying trunks to commit robbery.
Following this, policemen opened fire when five of the robbers...
Read more...

Down-to-dusk strike underway in Rangamati

E-mail Print PDF
A Correspondent
Rangamati: A down-to-dusk strike enforced by Parbattya Bangali Chhatra Parishad (PBCP) is underway in the district, protesting the killing of Juba League leader Nayan and mass arrest of Bengali settlers in Langadu.
The supporters of PBCP, a council of Bangali settlers, were seen...
Read more...

Sylhet rail link with Dhaka, Ctg resumes

E-mail Print PDF
A Correspondent
Sylhet: The rail communications between Sylhet and other parts of the country were resumed on Sunday morning after ten hours of suspension since Saturday night due to derailment of a passenger train in Kamalganj upazila of Moulvibazar.
Two relief trains from Akhaura and Kulaura...
Read more...

Housewife ‘beaten to death’ in Comilla

E-mail Print PDF
A Correspondent
Comilla: A housewife was allegedly beaten to death and later her body was found hanging from a rope by the family members of her in-laws at Matinagar in Panchthubi union of Sadar upazila early Sunday.
The victim is identified as Tania Aktar Tumpa, 20, mother of a child and wife of...
Read more...

Youth killed in AL factional clash in Munshiganj

E-mail Print PDF
A Correspondent
Munshiganj: A young man was shot to death and three others injured, including two with bullet-wounds sus-tained, in a clash between two factions of Awami League at Dakhshin Charamsura village of Sadar upazila on Saturday morning over establishing supremacy.
The deceased was...
Read more...

Page 213 of 222