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2 more held over Nusrat murder

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Hasina, Lotay talks begin

The official talks between Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and visiting Bhutanese Premier Dr Lotay Tshering began at the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) Dhaka this morning,

Two held for ‘killing driver during carjacking’ in Chattogram

Police arrested two young men from Kattoli area in the port city Chattogram early Saturday allegedly for attempting to carjack after killing its driver,

Tiger makes a Masters logjam look even larger

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Sudan's military head resigns after one day, army says 'not a coup'

Sudan's new military leader resigned on Friday just a day after being sworn in, as the country's army rulers insisted they would pave the way for a civilian government.

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