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Ex Teacher Porimol Joydhor gets life term sentence for raping Viqarunnisa student

Ex Teacher of Viqarunnisa Noon School Porimol Joydhor, was sentenced to life term imprisonment for raping a class-X student in 2011. Judge Saleh Uddin of Special Tribunal-4 under Women & Children Repression Prevention court also fined him Tk 50,000, in default to serve 6 months more in jail. Porimol Joydhor aTeacher of Viqarunnisa Noon School  Rape 15 years old girl Student  of VNS in his couaching. Viqarunnisa Noon School student father filed the case against suspended teacher Porimol Joydhor, former principal Husne Ara Begum and chief of the school’s Bashundhara branch Lutfur Rahman on July 5, 2011. According to the case statement, Porimol Joydhor, a Bangla teacher, violated the student at his coaching centre in the Badda area of Dhaka two times. Husne Ara and Lutfur Rahma were discharged by the court during the charge hearing. The 59-year-old Viqarunnisa Noon School plunged into trouble after the incident which sparked protests among students and guardians. On November 10, 2015, Judge Saleh Uddin fixed vardict date on November 25, 2015  after hearing on that day. Allegations are, Parimal sexually assaulted one of his students 2 times in his Badda coaching centre in Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2011. The Bangla teacher Parimal was fired in July 5, 2011 in face of street protests by students and gardians. The Viqarunnisa Noon School student family sued him on July 5 2011, alleging rape and added that the former school branch in-charge Lutfur Rahman and Husne Ara of trying to cover up the rape incident. Parilam arrested within a day after the case, the teacher later confessed of raping the Viqarunnisa Noon School student before a court on July 11 , 2011. Rape news of Viqarunnisa...

BPL – Bangladesh Premier League fixture players tickets

BPL – Bangladesh Premier League T20 starts from November 22, 2015 in Dhaka Bangladesh. There are 6 teams are paticipating in 3rd edition of BPL  –  Bangladesh premier leagure 2015 are Dhaka Dynamites, Chittagong Vikings, Comilla Victorians, Rangpur Riders, Sylhet Superstars and Barisal Bulls. BPL 2014 T20 Captains :  Rangpur captain: Shakib,  Comilla captain: Mashrafe, Sylhet : Mushfiqur, Chittagong: Tamim, Dhaka : Nasir, Barisal : Mohammad Ullah BPL 2015 tickets prices for Mirpur stadium and Chittagong Stadium. BCB announced ticket prices for BPL cricket 2015. BPL T20 2015 Gallery ticket price Tk. 100 to 150 Taka, Club House Tk.300, International Pavilion Tk. 500 , Grand Stand Tk. 1000  and Hospitality Box Tk. 10000 for each day in the group stage matches. Each person can enjoy both the matches of a day with one ticket. BPL 2015 semi-final and  final match ticket prices still not declared. Tickets are available at SBNCS Mirpur Stadium and ZACS Chittagong Stadium. BPL cricket fixture 2015  Date Time Match Venue 22-11-2015 2:00 PM Chittagong Vikings vs Rangpur Riders Dhaka 22-11-2015 6:45 PM Dhaka Dynamites vs Comilla Victorians Dhaka 23-11-2015 2:00 PM Chittagong Vikings vs Sylhet Superstars Dhaka 23-11-2015 6:45 PM Rangpur Riders vs Barisal Bulls Dhaka 24-11-2015 2:00 PM Chittagong Vikings vs Comilla Victorians Dhaka 24-11-2015 6:45 PM Sylhet Superstars vs Barisal Bulls Dhaka 25-11-2015 2:00 PM Dhaka Dynamites vs Rangpur Riders Dhaka 25-11-2015 6:45 PM Barisal Bulls vs Comilla Victorians Dhaka 26-11-2015 2:00 PM Sylhet Superstars vs Rangpur Riders Dhaka 26-11-2015 6:45 PM Dhaka Dynamites vs Chittagong Vikings Dhaka 27-11-2015 2:00 PM Comilla Victorians vs Rangpur Riders Dhaka 27-11-2015 6:45 PM Dhaka Dynamites vs Sylhet Superstars Dhaka 30-11-2015 2:00 PM Barisal Bulls vs Chittagong Vikings Chittagong 30-11-2015 6:45...

Mujahid and Salauddin Quader Chowdhury death penalty for war crimes in 1971

The Suprem Court of Bangladesh finally ensured the death penalty of Salauddin Quader Chowdhury ( SQ Chowdhury) and Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid for war crimes during Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971 on November 19, 2015. The BNP standing committee member has been widely criticised and condemned for his derogatory comments on different issues like the war crimes trial process and the country’s judiciary. The BNP standing committee member Salauddin Quader Chowdhury denied the allegations of war crimes and made puzzling and dishonourable comments about the country’s Liberation War in 1971. The appellate division of Supreme Court of Bangladesh upheld the death penalty of the war criminal handed down by the International Crimes Tribunal-1. SQ Chowdhury, 66, known for massacre of general people, torturing freedom fighters and pro-liberation forces in 1971 is finally close to gallows. A BNP leader and former member of parliament, Salauddin Quader Chowdhury was arrested on December 16, 2010 in Dhaka over an arson case. Salauddin Quader Chowdhury was shown arrested on December 19, 2010 following an arrest warrant by a war crimes tribunal.   Summary of SQ Chy – Salauddin Quader Chowdhury International Crime Tribunal ICT-1 verdict. Death Penalty – Capital Punishment for war crimes. Death Penalty: 4 charges. 2 year Jail: 2 charges. 4 years Jail: 2 charges. free: 1 Charge. ICT-1 case process Arrest: December 16, 2010. Investigation: July 2010 to October 2011. Charge Sheed: November 14, 2011. Charge Framing: April 4, 2012. Tribunal Verdict: October 1, 2013. Suprem Court Verdict: July 29, 2015. Review Order : November 18, 2015.   War crime charges aginst S Q Chowdhury -Abduction of 7 Hindu minority...

Facebook WhatsApp Viber block in Bangladesh

The Bangladesh government has blocked Facebook website and voice and video calling apps WhatsApp & Viber in Bangladesh on November 18, 2015 Facebook, Viber and Whatsapp were blocked in the morning after Supreme court announced of verdict maintaining its previous ruling that upheld death penalty (mirttudonddo) to war criminals Salauddin Quader Chowdhury of BNP and Ahsan Mohammad Mojaheed of Jamaat. BTRC blocked Facebook WhatsApp Viber in BD Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) sent a letter to mobile operators, isp, telephone companies to stop facebook browsing, viber and whatsApp message, voice or video call services immediately. Touseef Shahriar, BTRC assistant director of Systems and Services Division said in his letter that ““I am directed to instruct you to stop the Facebook, Viber & WhatsApp services (text, voice or video) in your network with immediate effect until further notice”. Facebook users can not open facebook dot com from your home or office after the direction. They found WhatsApp and Viber are out of services from their mobile or computer. Earlier on November 11, 2015, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said in the parliament that “WhatsApp” and “Viber” would be blocked temporarily, when needed, in order to stop militants and prevent terrorist activities in Bangladesh. She said that Some people are carrying out criminal activities by misusing facebook, viber, whatapps. Earlier Bangladesh govt. blocked facebook on May 29 2010 after the arrest of a youth for uploading satiric photoshop edited images of some politicians, including the prime minister and the leader of the opposition. On January 18  2015, BTRC blocked mobile applications Viber, WhatsApp, Tango, Mypeople & Line in Bangladesh for security reasons. These applications were...

Tarique secures bail in all 13 cases against him

Detained BNP Senior Joint Secretary General Tarique Rahman has secured bail in all the 13 cases filed against him as the Supreme Court (SC) on August 19, 2008 granted his bail prayer in the Tk 21 crore bribery case. The three-member full bench of the Appellate Division headed by Chief Justice MM Ruhul Amin granted Tarique two months’ ad interim bail yesterday in connection with the case involving the murder of Bashundhara Group Director Humayun Kabir Sabbir. The same bench of the apex court also upheld the High Court (HC) stay order on the proceedings against Tarique in a tax evasion case filed by the National Board of Revenue (NBR). Tarique’s counsels said now there is no legal bar to Tarique’s getting released from jail. Meanwhile, the HC granted four months’ ad interim bail to detained former prime minister and BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia in the Barapukuria coal mine corruption case filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC). The court also extended for three months its earlier orders that stayed the proceedings against Khaleda in the Gatco and Niko graft cases filed by the anti-graft body. CASES AGAINST TARIQUE On October 4 last year, ACC Deputy Assistant Director Abul Kashem filed the bribery case with Ramna Police Station against six persons including former state minister for home Lutfozzaman Babar. Tarique and former BNP lawmaker Qazi Saleemul Huq Kamal were later included in the case as investigation found their involvement in the bribery to save Shafiat Sobhan Sanvir, son of Bashundhara Group Chairman Ahmed Akbar Sobhan alias Shah Alam, from charges of killing Sabbir. Tarique filed a petition with the HC for...

FBCCI election 2015-17 results

Unnayan Parishad, drove by Nitol Niloy Group Chairman Abdul Matlub Ahmad, has pressed away 12 out of 16 Directors posts from the chamber assembling in the election to the Chamber Group of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) on May 23, 2015 as FBCCI election 2015-17. Shadhinota Babosayee Parishad, drove by tenant First VP Monowara Hakim Ali, has sacked the rest four posts of Directors from the chamber group. This triumph has place Matlub in an in number position to win the FBCCI election to the country’s pinnacle trade body. Md Aminul Hoque Shamim, representing Mymensingh Chamber of Commerce and Industry, sacked the most surprising 335 votes contesting the election under the umbrella of Unnayan Parishad. Other picked boss from the Unnayan Parishad board were: Dilip Kumar Agarwala (318 votes) of Chuadanga Chamber, Gazi Golam Ashria (312) of Kishoreganj Chamber, Sheik Fazle Fahim (296) of Gopalganj Chamber, Md Nizam Uddin (295) of Barisal Metropolitan Chamber, Prabir Kumar Saha (285) of Narsingdi Chamber, Nurul Huda Mukut (264) of Sunamganj Chamber, Hasina Newaaz (255) of Bangladesh Women Chamber, Nazibul Islam Dipu (249) of Meherpur Chamber, Bazlur Rahman (240) of Narayanganj Chamber, Mohammad Anwar Sadat Sarker (239) of Gazipur Chamber, and Md Rezaul Karim Reznu (213) of Jamalpur Chamber. The picked administrators from Shadhinota Babosayee Parishad were: Monowara (293 votes) of Chittagong Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Masud Parvez Khan (246) of Comilla Chamber and Tobarakul Tosaddek Hossain Khan Tito (236) of Manikganj Chamber. Md Kohinoor Islam of Munshiganj Chamber and Md Masud, both contesting the elections from Shadhinota Babosayee Parishad, tied with 205 votes. Their votes would be checked again to pick the last champ, as showed by the...

Delwar Hossain Sayeedi sentenced life imprisonment

Delwar Hossain Sayeedi was given life imprisonment for war crime in 1971 during Bangladesh Liberation war. On September 17, 2014; Bangladesh Supreme Court announce the verdict without any explanation. Chief Justice Muzammal Hossain said Sayeedi “must remain in the prison for the rest of his natural life”. A five member bench of the Supreme court headed by Chief Justice announce the verdict at 10:06am. Attorney General Mahbubey Alam said that he was not satisfied with the verdict and expected that the apex court would uphold the verdict announced by International Crimes Tribunals. International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) found Allamah Delwar Hossain Sayeedi guilty for 8 out of 20 charges are killing, rape, arson, looting, forcing to convert to Islam in 1971 and on February 28, 2013 the Tribunal sentence him to death by hanging. Delwar Hossain Sayeedi was given the death sentence for killing Ibrahim Kutti and Bisabali and setting fire to hindu household in 1971. On March 28, 2013, Delwar Hossain Sayeedi filled an appeal with the Supreme Court seeking acquittal on all charges. The Supreme Court verdict sentenced to Delwar Hossain Sayeedi for 5 charges out of 20. His sentence reduced for death of Ibrahim Kutti murder to imprisonment for 12 years. Delwar Hossain Sayedee was also sentenced to prison until death for forcible conversion of 100 – 150 Hindus in Pirojpur in 1971. Bangladesh Jamaat e Islami announced a 2 day hartal (Strike) on September 18 and September 21, 2014 in Bangladesh protesting the verdict and demanded release of Delwar Hossain Sayeedi. This is the 2nd case appeal as the Appellate Division of Supreme Court accounted a...

Hartal called by opposition political parties in Bangladesh

3 months  Hartals have cost us $2.2b THE unpleasant apprehension that we have had about the monetary loss of the country in the three-month-long political distress has been substantiated in the most recent World Bank report as per which the turmoil has taken a toll the country a stunning $2.2 billion. The impasse that had prompted a rough barricade and a string of general strikes had conveyed the nation’s economy to its knees during an era when high-yielding boro harvest should be planted, tourism season was going to kick-begin, and the nation’s juvenile genuine state industry was encountering some bullish pattern. The stop brought about the breakdown of the nation’s transportation framework, which is one of the reasons that has clipped the anticipated GDP development at 5.6 percent, much lower than the beginning 6 percent. The expense of the most recent spate of savagery, on the other hand, has been considerably higher; the WB report does exclude the lives lost and the sufferings of the many casualties of savage illegal conflagration assaults furthermore the overbearing of the law authorizing offices. While the administration may take this report to reprimand the BNP for seeking after a self-dangerous way of viciousness, this is, lamentably, not the selective protect of the restriction. We, on various events, have seen the nation’s lawmakers make the country and its monetary life subservient to their impulses, organizing brutal road tumults over the arranged settlement of any political stalemate. It is in fact high time that the lawmakers no matter how you look at it understand the dangerous way of the legislative issues they have been seeking...

Fifa World Cup Football 2010 – South Africa

Fifa World Cup Football 2010 – South Africa : Fifa world cup South Africa 2010 was took place in South Africa from June 11 to July 2010. It is the world championship for Men’s national association football teams. The International Football Federation FIFA selected South Africa as a first African country in 2004. 32 teams were selected through qualification tournament all over the world for participation in final stage. All matches were played in ten stadiums of nine cities of South Africa. Final match was played at Soccer City stadium of Johannesburg, the capital city of South Africa. First round completed in round-robin groups of four teams competition for points. Top two teams from each group proceeded to knockout stages for quarter final then semi-final and final. FOOTBALL Watch LIVE  In the final, European Champion Spain defeated Netherlands 1-0 in the 116th minutes goal by Andres Iniesta. Spain was the first European nation to win tournament outside the continent. Host South Africa, 2006 champions Italy were eliminated in first round. Germany defeated Uruguae in the third place selection match. 5 goals scorer Diego Forlán from Uruguae was the best player of 2010 and Thomas Müller was the most young player from Germany. Iker Casillas from Spain was selected as the best goalkeeper Group A Group Stage A Team MP W D L GF GA POINTS Uruguay 3 2 1 0 4 0 7 Mexico 3 1 1 1 3 2 4 South Africa 3 1 1 1 3 5 4 France 3 0 1 2 1 4 1 Group B B Team MP W D L GF GA POINTS Argentina...

No need voting in 151 seats in parliament elecion of Bangladesh

No need voting in 151 seats out of 300 parliamentary constituencies that will go to poll on Jan 5, which is a record of its kind in Bangladesh’s electoral history. The number of contestants in the remaining 149 parliamentary seats too is an all-time low, as has been evident from the preliminary list released by the Election Commission (EC) on Saturday. The list was finalised based on the information received from the returning officers spread across the country. As many as 151 candidates, out of over 550 candidates whose nominations were found valid, will win unopposed in the polls. Of them, 127 belong to the ruling Awami League. 18 seats from Jatiya Party, 3 from JaSaD, 2 from Workers Party and 1 from Anwar Hossain Manju Jatiya Party. The list of contestants in the remaining 149 seats was also published on 14 Dec, 2013. Candidates will be allowed to start campaigning after they are allotted electoral symbols. They will be able to campaigns until the midnight of Jan 3. According to the election schedule announced on Nov 25, Dec 2 was the last day for the aspirants to file nomination papers. Returning officers screened the nominations on Dec 5-6 and the EC heard the appeals of aspirants whose nominations were cancelled between Dec 7 and Dec 9. The last day for withdrawal of nominations was Dec 13. After the deadline ended, symbols were assigned to valid candidates of political parties and independent candidates who will contest the Jan 5 polls. As many as 1,107 aspirants from 20 political parties and independent candidates had filed nominations by Dec 2. Of...
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