Four posing as DB men arrested from Dhaka’s Gabtoli

Four men were claimed to be detectives who had been arrested last night by police in Dhaka's Gabtoli. A Khilgaon-based DB team arrested them with a DB police uniform and a walkie talkie, a pistol, and a toy gun. DB Additional Commissioner AKM Hafiz Akhter spoke at a press conference today at DMP media center. Mamun Mondal Ali, Ahmed, Sumon Sheikh and Sumon Sheikh were arrested as members of a gang that extorted cash from people under false identities. According to the DB official, they learned about the gang when investigating a Rampura Police Station case on August 30 regarding snatching Tk 5.25 lakh. After he had borrowed Tk 5 Lakh from a Rampura bank, a group of people rescued Mosharraf Hossain. He said that they took the money and dropped him off at Narayanganj.

Limon, who lost leg in RAB shootout, gets married

Limon Hossain who lost his leg in the Rapid Action Battalion shootout, got married in Jashore on Friday. Rabeya Basri, a Naopara upazila from Abhaynagar district, is the bride. The ceremony was held at the bride's home on Friday. Limon, a Rajapur upazila in Jhalakati is now an assistant lecturer at the Savar Public University's law department. RAB had earlier shot Limon, a 16-year-old student at college, in the left leg as he traveled to return his cows home from Rajapur's Chhaturia village. After eight hours, he was taken to Sher-e-Bangla Medical College Hospital Barisal. Limon was later transferred to the National Institute of Traumatology and Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, in the capital. His left leg was amputated just four days later. Limon's Gaye-Halud ceremony was held at his village of Jhalakahti, on Thursday. He asked for blessings from others on his new stage in life. Critics of Limon's accident in which he broke his leg while studying for the HSC exam were w

Justice Abdul Jabbar Khan’s 37th death anniversary today

After retirement, he joined politics and was elected president into the East Pakistan Muslim League in 1964. He afterwards combined the judiciary and has been created a High Court justice in the then East Pakistan. Abdul Jabbar Khan, also a former president of the East Pakistan Muslim League, died on April 23 in 1984 at his home at Gulshan in Dhaka, said a press release issued Thursday. Abdul Jabbar Khan afterwards became the speaker of the Pakistan national meeting in June 1965. He held the place till the promulgation of martial law in March 1969, according to the release. Even the 37th anniversary of the passing of Justice Abdul Jabbar Khan, a former speaker of the then Pakistan national meeting, will be observed with special prayer sessions today. He quit politics in 1969 and engaged himself in promoting education by establishing schools and madrassahs along with other social and welfare organisations. He had been born January 1, 1901 in his village house at Baherchar, Babuganj at B

Speaker gets ‘Women of the Decade in Public Life and Leadership Award’

Jatiya Sangsad (JS) Speaker Dr. Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, MP, was granted the "Ladies of the Decade in Public Life and Leadership Award" by the Women Economic Forum (WEF) at a worldwide highest point. The honor was introduced to the speaker at the "Asian Women Entrepreneurs Summit 2021" coordinated by the Bangladesh-India Business Council of the Women Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WICCI) read an official statement on Saturday. The honor was given to her in acknowledgment of her long work in ladies' advancement as the speaker was educated about it through a WICCI letter endorsed by WICCI author president Dr. Harbeen Arora. The speaker essentially went to the principal day of the two-day meeting on February 6 and 7 as the main visitor. my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site my site