Muntakim Saad

It all happened before her eyes

Synthia looked at her mother Mojida Khatun Doly with hollow eyes. Still reeling under trauma, the 13-year-old barely spoke or moved as she laid on an ICU bed in the capital.

6d ago

Family unhappy over CID’s progress

After around a year of being tasked with the investigation into the death of Fardin Noor Parash, a third-year Buet student, the Criminal Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of police has yet to make any headway.

1w ago

Tk 400cr transacted through hundi in three months

A group of Dubai-based hundi traders created an app, bought 150 “agent SIM cards” of different mobile financial services in Bangladesh, and transacted around Tk 400 crore -- meant to be remitted by Bangladeshi expatriates -- in the last three months.

2w ago

Teen gang patrons still untouched

Seven years ago, the nation was shaken by the murder of an eighth grader named Adnan Kabir by a gang of boys about his age in the capital’s Uttara.

3w ago

No good news for consumers in Ramadan

With Ramadan just two days away, consumers will have to deal with the hiked prices of essential for the month of fasting this year.

It was a bomb waiting to go off

The Green Cozy Cottage Shopping Mall on the capital’s Bailey Road had all the catalysts needed to set off a blaze.

Rohingyas given NIDs, passports on forged docs

During the Rohingya influx in 2017, a girl along with her family moved to a refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar from Maungdaw, a town in Rakhine state of Myanmar.

Fraudsters sneak into NID server again

Fraudsters have once again gained access to the smart national identity card information system, allowing them to exploit the system by acquiring sensitive personal information for unauthorised use in providing various government services through cloned websites.

April 9, 2024
April 9, 2024

It all happened before her eyes

Synthia looked at her mother Mojida Khatun Doly with hollow eyes. Still reeling under trauma, the 13-year-old barely spoke or moved as she laid on an ICU bed in the capital.

April 3, 2024
April 3, 2024

Family unhappy over CID’s progress

After around a year of being tasked with the investigation into the death of Fardin Noor Parash, a third-year Buet student, the Criminal Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of police has yet to make any headway.

March 29, 2024
March 29, 2024

Tk 400cr transacted through hundi in three months

A group of Dubai-based hundi traders created an app, bought 150 “agent SIM cards” of different mobile financial services in Bangladesh, and transacted around Tk 400 crore -- meant to be remitted by Bangladeshi expatriates -- in the last three months.

March 24, 2024
March 24, 2024

Teen gang patrons still untouched

Seven years ago, the nation was shaken by the murder of an eighth grader named Adnan Kabir by a gang of boys about his age in the capital’s Uttara.

March 10, 2024
March 10, 2024

No good news for consumers in Ramadan

With Ramadan just two days away, consumers will have to deal with the hiked prices of essential for the month of fasting this year.

March 2, 2024
March 2, 2024

It was a bomb waiting to go off

The Green Cozy Cottage Shopping Mall on the capital’s Bailey Road had all the catalysts needed to set off a blaze.

February 27, 2024
February 27, 2024

Rohingyas given NIDs, passports on forged docs

During the Rohingya influx in 2017, a girl along with her family moved to a refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar from Maungdaw, a town in Rakhine state of Myanmar.

February 20, 2024
February 20, 2024

Fraudsters sneak into NID server again

Fraudsters have once again gained access to the smart national identity card information system, allowing them to exploit the system by acquiring sensitive personal information for unauthorised use in providing various government services through cloned websites.

February 11, 2024
February 11, 2024

Sagar Runi Murder: 12 years of frustration

Justice remains a far cry for the families of slain journalist couple Sagar Sarwar and Meherun Runi 12 years on.

February 7, 2024
February 7, 2024

JU Dormitories: Illegal occupation to blame for seat crisis

Many Chhatra League leaders and activists of Jahangirnagar University and non-students have been staying in dormitories illegally, leading to an acute seat crisis.

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