Corruption is not only a problem in Bangladesh, but also in the US: Peter Haas
News of Arav Khan's arrest is not true
Shahabuddin Chuppu has no obstacle to take oath as President
Special session of Parliament to begin on April 6
23 people sentenced to death in Madaripur's Rajib murder case
India to hand over PK Halder to Bangladesh by next March
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.
Charges framed against 14 people including PK Halder
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 9: In the ACC case, the court has framed a complaint against 14 people including the former managing director of Global Islami (former NRB Global) Bank Prashant Kumar (PK) Halder. At the same time, September 22 has been fixed for taking testimony in the case.
ACC approves 13 cases against 14 people including PK Halder
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, February 17: The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has approved 13 cases against 14 people, including Prashanta Kumar (PK) Halder, accused of embezzling Rs 523 crore from 'Fas Finance and Investment Limited'.
List of homeowners in Canada's Begum Para still not available: ACC
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, January 27: The list of Bangladeshi nationals who own houses in Begum Para in Canada's Toronto is still not available, even after asking several times for the list.
Corrupt people should be punished: President Hamid to ACC
Dhaka, September 20: President Mohammad Abdul Hamid has called upon the Anti-Corruption Commission to take necessary steps to punish the corrupt. The President made the call when Anti-Corruption Commission Chairman Mohammad Moinuddin Abdullah and Commissioner Md Zahurul Haque met him at Bangabhaban on Sunday (September 19) evening.