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  • 60 hours Pro-Hartal processions by 18-party
    - Posted 10.27.13

    The 60-hour general shutdown, called by the 18-party alliance, is underway Sunday across the country in a bid to topple the Awami Legaue-led government. Shibir activists set a passenger bus on fire at Shanirakhra in Jatrabari around 8:30am. Police detained a Shbir activist from the spot. The Shibir men brought out a procession in Kaltabazar […]

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  • BNP Chairperson said,”we are ready to join if the formation of caretaker govt.is on the agenda”
    - Posted 05.21.12

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia said yesterday her party would sit for a dialogue with the government if it got an assurance in writing that the formation of a caretaker government would be discussed. However, for that to happen, she said, the government must create an environment congenial to talks by formally announcing the restoration of […]

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  • Hunger Strike said by Khaleda Zia
    - Posted 05.18.12

    BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia will lead a mass hunger strike of the 18-party opposition alliance on Sunday. The hunger strike is aimed at pressing for the release of top opposition leaders, party’s standing committee member Nazrul Islam Khan told journalists at Khaleda’s Gulshan office late on Thursday night. Even as Khan talked to the media, […]

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  • Picked deputy leader at Khaleda’s sake
    - Posted 02.26.09

      BNP Chairperson and Leader of the Opposition in parliament Khaleda Zia will nominate deputy leader of the opposition at a convenient time, party Secretary General Khandaker Delwar Hossain said yesterday. “Our parliamentary party has authorised the chairperson, and she will nominate someone as deputy leader at a suitable time,” he said. Delwar was speaking […]

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  • Iajuddin’s speech boycotts BNP
    - Posted 01.25.09

    The maiden sitting of the ninth parliament Sunday saw BNP stage a walkout ahead of President Iajuddin Ahmed’s speech, accusing him of breaching his oath.  “The President broke his oath by not arranging elections within 90 days,” Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury MP told bdnews24.com after the walkout.  “We cannot hear this President speak. For two years, […]

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