The Department of Narcotics Control (DNC) has raided Banani’s Raintree hotel, where two university students were reportedly raped in late March, for a second time in three days to investigate allegations that the hotel illegally ran a bar.
A four-member DNC team, led by Gulshan Circle Inspector Obaidul Kabir went
Read more: Narcotics dept raids Raintree hotel, finds nothing illegal
Police on Tuesday morning conducted a drive at the residence of one of the five accused in a case filed over allegedly raping two university students in a hotel in Banani.
Two sub-inspectors (SI) of Banani police along with a team of around 10 police members launched the search drive
Read more: Police close raid at Safat’s residence, fail to find him
The bodies of Gulshan terror attack reported masterminds Nurul Islam Fahad alias Marzan and his associate Saddam were handed over to welfare organisation Anjuman Mofidul Islam for burial.
Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) inspector Abdullah handed over the bodies to Anjuman Mofidul Islam duty officer Mahmudul Hasan.
Read more: Bodies of 2 Gulshan attack ‘masterminds’ handed over
As the refugee crisis enters its fourth year, the demographics of the men, women and children arriving on Europe’s shores are undergoing an unprecedented shift, reports the Independent.
Syrians have so far made up the largest group of migrants attempting treacherous journeys across the Mediterranean Sea, followed by Afghans, Iraqis,
Read more: Bangladesh biggest source of refugees on boats
Three students reportedly committed suicide in Magura and Pirojpur districts yesterday after being failed to pass this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations.
In Pirojpur, a Dakhil examinee Pori Akter, 17, daughter of Mahbubur Rahman Khan of Kawkhali upazila, took her life by hanging herself from a
Read more: 3 SSC, Dakhil examinees ‘commit suicide’