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Dhaka, November 17: Kolkata's Nagar Dara Court has again ordered six accused including Prashant Kumar Halder (PK Halder) to be kept in jail custody for 21 days in the case of smuggling Tk 3500 crore from Bangladesh.
Dhaka, November 1: The court has issued an arrest warrant against BNP Acting Chairman Tarique Rahman and his wife Dr. Zubaida Rahman in a case filed by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) on the charge of acquiring wealth beyond known income.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 24: The High Court ruled that a journalist is not obliged to reveal the source of his news to anyone.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 20: The court has fixed January 24 for filing the investigation report against former Chief Justice Surendra Kumar (SK Sinha) Sinha and his brother Ananta Kumar Sinha in the case of Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) found in the US house.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 23: Prashanta Kumar Halder (PK Halder), the main accused in the case of smuggling tens of thousands of crores of rupees from Bangladesh, who was arrested in India and is presently in judicial custody, is likely to be returned to Bangladesh by March next year.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 15: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the names of many more money launderers are coming forward.
Dhaka, August 29: The court has framed charges against 14 people including former managing director of Global Islami (formerly NRB Global) Bank Prashanta Kumar (PK) Halder in the case of illegal wealth acquisition and money laundering. The formal trial of the case has begun as a result of the framing of the complaint. Judge Mohammad Nazrul Islam of Dhaka's Special Judge Court-10 on Monday rejected the acquittal plea of the accused and filed charges against them.
Passports of 4 members of a family including two daughters of PK Halder's associate have been submitted
Dhaka, August 25: Two daughters of People's Leasing and Financial Services Limited (PLFSL) former director Md. Khabir Uddin, one of the associates of Prashant Kumar Halder alias PK Halder, who is associated with bank and financial scams, were released on Wednesday (August 24) night. They are Sharmin Ahmed and Tanya Ahmed.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 17: Grameen Telecom has submitted to the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) the accounts of the assets of four members of the board of directors, including Nobel laureate economist Dr. Muhammad Yunus.
Dhaka, July 27: The court has sentenced Pradeep Kumar Das, the suspended Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Teknaf police station to 20 years and his wife Chumki Karan to 21 years in the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) case on charges of acquiring illegal wealth. At the same time, confiscation of illegally acquired assets has been ordered in favor of the state. On Wednesday (July 27), Chittagong Divisional Special Judge Munshi Abdul Majid's court announced the verdict on various sections and terms.
Dhaka, July 15: A court in India has sent five people, including PK Haldar, to 25 days of jail custody on charges of smuggling at least Tk 3,600 crore rupees from Bangladesh. He was produced at the special CBI court in Bankshal at 11 am on Friday (July 15). At the end of the hearing, Justice Jiban Kumar Sandhu gave this order. At the same time PK Halder's medical examination has been conducted and the report has been asked to be submitted on the next day of hearing. This news is known from Indian media sources.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 22: Referring that one should go to the Press Council if he has any complaint against a jouranlist's news, the High Court said, "We did not want to know the source of a journalist's news."
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 2: The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court has declared that Dr Zubaida Rahman, wife of BNP's acting chairman Tarique Rahman, is a fugitive in the eyes of the law.
Dhaka, May 22, 2022: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will assist the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) in recovering money laundered in the United States and Canada.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 20: The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has taken initiative to hold hearings of some writs and leave to appeal related to the long-lying corruption cases against some members of Zia's family.