Information and broadcasting minister Hasan Mahmud on Sunday said the August 21 grenade attack was a horrifying example of killing and revenge of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) born through the ...
Minister for information Hasan Mahmud, referring to the comments made by foreign minister AK Abdul Momen, has said that the government or the party is not responsible if anyone goes abroad, makes ...
The trial court delivered its verdict in the case on 11 October, 2018, handing down death sentences to 19 accused and life term to another 19 while the case was now pending for a mandatory review in ...
After the attack, when the Awami League leaders and activists were busy trying to save themselves and others, the police charged the protest march fiercely with batons and tear shells
The 18th anniversary of the gruesome grenade attack on an Awami League (AL) anti-terrorism rally in the capital on 21 August 2004, will be observed tomorrow with heavy hearts
August, the month when Bangladesh lost its founding father Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1975, has begun.
A court in Dhaka on Tuesday set 17 February for holding hearing in two cases lodged against BNP chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia.
The information of the death of Haris Chowdhury came to light when his cousin Ashiq Uddin Chowdhury gave a post on social media
Khaleda Zia enjoys more facilities than what she is entitled as a convicted prisoner because of the humane qualities of prime minister Sheikh Hasina, says the law minister
Sheikh Hasina said Mustaque, Rashid and Farooq during their interviews with the BBC admitted that Ziaur Rahman was always with them
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday alleged that the Khaleda Zia government, which was involved in gruesome acts, did not want to hand over the dead bodies of 21 August grenade attack to their ...
I returned home after losing all of my parents and brothers. I came home by keeping my little children to Rehana. One was 10-year-old and other one was 8-year-old
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday said it was not possible to carry out an attack like that of 21 August 2004 had there been no direct patronage from the BNP-Jamaat government
On this day in 2004, the grisly grenade attack was carried out on an anti-terrorism rally organised by Awami League at Bangabandhu Avenue in the capital city during the BNP-Jamaat alliance rule
August 21 marks 17 years since the grenade attack. The case's paper book is prepared. The state has appointed lawyers for the absconding accused