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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Development about war crimes trial may be visible before March 26: Qamrul 
Qamrul told reporters that the meeting decided to provide more logistic support to the investigation agency

Dhaka, Feb 27 (UNB)-Thirty police personnel-10 Inspectors, 10 Sub-inspectors and 10 Constables will be appointed to assist the investigation agency under the International Crimes Tribunal   FULL STORY

2,000 Bangladeshis move out of Libya- Evacuation begins 
The government 'is ready to bear all incidental costs' for movement and stay of Bangladesh nationals, stranded in Libya

About 2,000 Bangladesh nationals have reached Egypt, Tunisia and Greece from trouble-torn Libya by road and ship, the government said Saturday.An additional 6,000 Bangladeshis are expected to leave Libya in a day or two, it said.(The New Age BD)    FULL STORY

Conitinental Shelf - Dhaka submits claim to UN 
The claim, made on Friday in New York, ranges from 400 to 460 nautical miles (NM) in the sea-bed of the Bay of Bengal.

Dhaka, Feb 26 ( – Foreign minister Dipu Moni has formally submitted Bangladesh's claim to the United Nations on the extended continental shelf in the Bay of Bengal.    FULL STORY

Hospital for poor primarily 'serves the rich' 
'Once this hospital was for poor people but now it is for the rich,' said rickshaw mechanic Nasar Ali, who has worked in front of the hospital for seven years

A hospital intended to be used by the government for people of limited incomes has been leased to a business group, which charges commercial fees.(The New Age BD)    FULL STORY

Only people's graft to be under watch 
Changes to anti-corruption law kept under wraps; from president to UP members to be beyond ACC's jurisdiction

Maintaining utmost secrecy the government is set to amend the Anti-Corruption Commission laws clipping the anti-graft watchdog's authority to file cases against any public servant beginning from the head of state to the members of union parishads.(Ther Daily Star )    FULL STORY

International commission calls for inquest into Bangladesh ethnic violence 
On Tuesday the International Commission for the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) sent a letter to the prime minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, calling for the formation of an impartial commission of inquiry into recent violence

The International Chittagong Hill Tracts Commission calls for an impartial commission of inquiry to investigate ethnic unrest in Bangladesh's restive Chittagong Hill Tracts region.(( File Photo)   FULL STORY

Relatives of expats in Libya block highway 
Transport movement on the highway resumed after the protestors withdrew their barricade at about 11:30am

Relatives of the expatriate Bangladeshis living in Libya put barricade on the Dhaka-Sylhet highway at Bhairab of Kishoreganj for two hours on Saturday demanding government's initiatives to bring back their near and dear ones.(The Daily Star)    FULL STORY

Demo against open-pit mining on March 05 
Committee to Protect Oil, Gas, Mineral Resources, Power and Ports, announced the programme at a press conference at the city's Mukti Bhaban on Saturday.

Dhaka, Feb 26 ( — A citizens' platform has declared a countrywide demonstration programme for Mar 5 to realise its seven-point demand, including an end to open-pit mining and land acquisition at Barapukuria.(File Photo)   FULL STORY

"Swechchhasebak Dal men coordinated AL leader killing" 
The killers were hired for Tk 20,000 and already received Tk 8,000 in the first installment, Javed alias Prince, and Arif Hossain, both aged 19 years, said.

Two youths arrested early Saturday claimed that five men took part in the killing of Awami League leader Mohammad Ullah in Jurain in the city.(The Daily Star )    FULL STORY

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2011-Pakistan edge out Lanka

Shahid Afridi took four wickets and Misbahul Haq notched a second successive half-century as Pakistan upstaged Sri Lanka in a highly-charged World Cup Group A match by 11 runs on Saturday   FULL STORY

Bangladesh fan killed in accident in victory celebration

DHAKA (Reuters) - A cricket fan was killed and 30 others were injured in different road accidents in Dhaka as frenzied jubilation continued after Bangladesh beat Ireland in a World Cup Group B match, police said on Saturday. ...    FULL STORY

Hundreds of Bangladeshi workers stranded at Tripoli airport
Bangladesh seeks assistance from ICRC, IOM for Bangladeshi workers in Libya
Evacuation of Bangladeshi workers begin from Libya to Egypt, Tunisia, Greece
2 more months sought for Aug 21 probe
PM inaugurates National E-Info Kosh with 50,000 pages
SHIP HIJACKING Efforts on to rescue crew, ship: PM
3 killed in Tunisia clashes
'Stop calumny against Yunus'
About 700 Bangladeshi employees of CSECE leave Libya for Greece
Don't cast aspersions on SC, media told
Exodus from Libya as thousands land in Malta
Chinese co taking 804 Bangladeshis to Greece-300 take refuge in Tunisia
Families of the Bangladeshi nationals trapped in Libya are becoming increasingly worried
Ombudsman stays elusive-Govt's electoral pledge for such appointment gathers dust
Greens urge govt to protect historic sites of Dhaka
Bangladesh among BAT's lucrative Asia-Pacific markets
Vested Property Act shame for democracy: roundtable
Six receive Bangla Academy award
Call to create massive awareness to vote for Sundarban
98pc children under vitamin A plus campaign
Business & Economy
Govt asks ICB, NCBs to buy stocks
Govt to formulate environment-friendly ship-breaking industry policy
Hashem family charged for tax evasion
The government is going to introduce property tax next year, the National Board of Revenue (NBR) said on Sunday.
Russian team visits N-site
Malaysia offers to help Bangladesh set up High Tech Park
Passengers face hassles at Ctg airport
Open-pit mining to threaten food security, environment, says oil-gas committee
Govt plans seaport between Barguna, Patuakhali: PM
Muhith requests Pranab to remove 61 items from sensitive list
Farmers losing interest in poultry farming
Biman launches Sylhet-London service
GLOBATT launched in local market
BNP blasts AL over power tariff raise
RU BCL man arrested for attacking police, damaging restaurant
4 Hizb ut-Tahrir men held in city
BNP slams foreign performers' show as 'disrespect' for language martyrs
Drug addicted BCL leader, associate sent to prison
Why BNP chief went into hiding after Pilkhana carnage, PM asks
No reason to step down: Faruk
5 BNP men hurt in attack by miscreants
Hasina assigns trio to resolve conflict
5 BNP leaders injured in terrorist attack in Benapole
BNP demos to protest power tariff hike
BCL man held for assaulting cop at RU
Regional & International
Libyan leader's palace outside Benghazi is not just luxurious, but a bunker designed to withstand a nuclear attack
UN slaps sanctions on Gaddafi
N Korea threatens to fire at S Korea
Terror in Tripoli -Gaddafi set to arm civilians-UN Security Council mulls sanctions resolution
Key tribes abandon Yemen president
Egypt army apologises for beating Tahrir protesters
Separatist leader stages fast in Kashmir
Bomb kills 9 civilians in Afghanistan
Opposition web sites in Iran post calls for new protests
Bahrain opposition leader back as thousands rally
Jordan opposition ups pressure on govt for reforms
Al-Qaeda group urges ousting of Saudi ruling family
Mice can re-grow heart
 ICT News
Malaysia offers to help Bangladesh set up High Tech Park
Bharti Airtel irregularities ( Text in Bangla )
PM to open first Bangla e-info cell today
GP to support Bangla translation on Facebook
Google search formula gets more discerning
High 3G license fee will have negative impact on investment towards low-tier users, rural areas
Bangladeshi laptop goes to market in June: Raju
Govt plans SIM tax cut-Also to rationalise 2G licence renewal fees
'BTRC draft policy to be revised'
High 3G license fee will have negative impact on investment towards low-tier users, rural areas
Tax cut on new mobile connections on cards
"Operators to be responsible for crimes using cell phone"

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Local & District News
Speech impaired girl gang raped in Laxmipur, three held
MMCH interns strike on 3rd day
2 women suffer bullet wounds over land dispute in Benapole
Fake mobil factory unearthed in Rajbari; Manager held, sentenced to 1 yr imprisonment by mobile court
Jamalpur JL leader jailed for stalking
Housewife tortured, admitted to DMCH
7 hurt as police chase gang's car
Expatriate killed, miscreant lynched in Munshiganj
Tiger kills fisherman in Khulna
'No respite in acid violence'
Evicted hawkers back with WC souvenirs
Additional Secretary killed in city road crash

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