Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Tag Archives: BNP

European banks brace for storm as coronavirus hits earnings

LONDON: European bank stocks are trading close their steepest-ever discount to US rivals and early signals show that first-quarter earnings may only reinforce the gap. The continent’s lenders, already in a tough spot before the coronavirus outbreak hit, are likely to detail more worrying news for their embattled investors. In ...

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Bangladesh University student leads violence

DHAKA: The student-wings of Bangladesh’s largest political parties, the Awami League and the Bangladesh National Party (BNP), clashed in Jagannath University, a public university in Dhaka. Jatiyatabadi Chhatra Dal (JCD), the student-wing of the BNP launched a rally that demanded the release of jailed BNP leader Khaleda Zia. In this ...

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Jailed Bangladesh opposition leader shifted to hospital

DHAKA-AA: After months of opposition outcry, three-time prime minister of Bangladesh and imprisoned opposition leader Khaleda Zia was shifted to hospital. Zia was referred to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University upon the suggestion of jail authority, Anadolu Agency reported. According to ABM Mahbubul Alam, the director of the university hospital, ...

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Campaigning underway in Bangladesh polls amid opposition arrests

DHAKA-AFP: There is no opposition candidate for prime minister, hundreds of people have been arrested and incumbent premier Sheikh Hasina stands accused of ignoring democratic checks on her power, but Bangladesh began campaigning Monday for a year-end election. More than 100 million people are registered to vote on December 30 ...

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Verdict in Bangladesh Former PM Graft Case: Dhaka to be Delinked

DHAKA: Law enforcers have taken a series of measures to prevent BNP supporters from entering the capital so they cannot gather on the streets centring on tomorrow’s expected verdict in a corruption case against Khaleda Zia. Bangladesh braced for possible unrest ahead of a court verdict in the corruption trial ...

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