** Titas seeking foreign aid to install prepaid metres in all households ** A student has his body temperature checked before entering the central library of Dhaka University on Monday amid falling Covid-19 infections in the country. ** 74 lakh cases pending before courts ** Automation of diplomatic bonded warehouse halted ** SSC exams from Nov 14, HSC Dec 2 ** Angry biker sets bike on fire in Dhaka ** Former DU student found dead ** 1,212 new Covid cases, 25 more deaths ** Technical panel to gear up e-commerce sector ** HC orders closure of unauthorized microcredit institutions ** Sheikh Hasina’s 75th birthday today ** German Social Democrats seek allies to form govt ** 15 stranded fishermen rescued ** Pfizer starts large trial for anti-Covid pill ** If VIPs can empty bank's vault then what bank robbers will do? ** Titas for foreign fund to install 1.25m metres ** A large number of pedestrians crossing a busy road in Savar EPZ area ignoring the heavy traffic, while violating rules and risking their lives, instead of using the foot overbridge that is just several feet away. ** 18k river grabbers evicted ** Flat owner gets anticipatory bail over Munia rape, murder ** Fraud case filed against Dhamaka officials ** German polls open to elect new chancellor ** History distortion HC summons Textbook Board Chairman ** Iceland elects Europe’s first female majority parliament ** Covid daily death toll falls further as 21 more die ** Where is the need for Narcotics Department? **

HC wants probe progress report by June 4

16 May 2014 bdnews24.com

The High Court has asked the committee investigating the Narayanganj multiple murders to report progress by June 4.
The investigation body, formed at the High Court's order, filed its primary report on Wednesday and sought a month's time to finish the probe.
On Thursday, the report was presented to the bench of justices Md Rezaul Haque and Gobinda Chandra Tagore.
Bodies of seven men, including Narayanganj City councillor Nazrul Islam and lawyer Chandan Kumar Sarkar, were found floating on Shitalakhyya River several days after their abduction was reported on Apr 27.
The bench ordered formation of a committee to probe alleged involvement of law enforcers in the crime two days after Nazrul's father-in-law claimed RAB had taken Tk 60 million to carry out the murders.
A week later, another bench ordered arrest of three former RAB officers suspended over the crime after Chandan's son-in-law and two others moved it seeking judicial probe.
It also forwarded the matter to the bench of justices Haque and Tagore.
The state minister for home and police say the arrest of the former RAB officials are "under process".
Headed by public administration's Additional Secretary Md Shahjahan Ali Molla, the seven-member panel is investigating whether any member of the law-enforcing agency was involved in the crime.
It is also see whether there was any negligence on the law enforcers' part in rescuing the abductees.
On Thursday, the body held public hearing for the second day in Narayanganj which will resume on Saturday.

Add Rate