Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Tuesday in Parliament renewed her tirade against her arch rival Khaleda Zia for “taking money” from the Pakistan secret service ISI in 1991, saying it is a great shame for the nation.
Leader of the Opposition Khaleda Zia Tuesday cautioned in Parliament that the present government will have to relinquish power if it does not concede to her demand for elections under a non-party caretaker government.
Parliament on Sunday witnessed a noisy quarrel between two backbench women members of Awami League and BNP over a remark by BNP lawmaker Rehana Akhtar Ranu.
BNP will stage demonstrations across the country on Wednesday in protest against the charge framing against party senior vice chairman Tarique Rahman in connection with the August 21 grenade attack.
BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Saturday reiterated that BNP never contested any election using foreign money.
BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Friday asked the government to restore the provision of non-party caretaker government by amending the constitution within
June 10 and go for early elections.
Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday alleged that Khaleda Zia is still taking money from Pakistani intelligence ISI and asked her to go to Pakistan if she has so much love for that country.
Opposition BNP on Wednesday urged the ruling party to restore the non-party caretaker government by amending the constitution within the June 10 deadline without wasting time and causing further harm to the economy.
Western leaders repeated their call on Monday for Russia and China to support a strong United Nations Security Council resolution to end the violence in Syria, where scores of people have been wounded or killed daily.
Opposition leader Khaleda Zia Monday gave a three-month ultimatum till June 10 for the government to amend the Constitution and arrange national elections under a non-party, neutral caretaker government.
Thousands of charged up opposition activists have been converging on the grand rally venue at city’s Nayapaltan and beyond, defying the limit marked by the Dhaka Metropolitan Police.
The former head of the United Nations will meet with Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in an attempt to end the ongoing violence in the Middle Eastern country.
Iranian conservative critics of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have defeated his supporters in most of the parliamentary seats whose winners have been declared in the country's parliamentary election.
Polls have opened in Iran's parliamentary elections, in what is seen as a test between conservatives who support or oppose President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia held a meeting with her party leaders of Dhaka and adjacent districts on Thursday night and discussed ways to make their March 12 grand rally in the capital a success.
Burmese President Thein Sein is urging patience as his government carries out a series of democratic reforms launched nearly a year ago.
Opposition leader Khaleda Zia on Saturday said the movement will soon be focused to ask the government to either revive non-party care taker government system for holding the elections or step down.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday said the BNP chief’s `Dhaka Cholo’ programme is “designed to protect” the war criminals now facing trial for the killing, plundering and raping during the country’s liberation war in 1971.
Law Minister Barrister Shafique Ahmed on Friday said the ongoing war crimes trial will not stop in the face of any obstruction.
BNP joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi on Friday alleged that some ruling party leaders and ministers are making provocative statements to frustrate BNP’s Dhaka Cholo programme on March 12.