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Will not allow anyone to enter the border: Home Minister

Students panic as SSC question paper leaked

Evil practice of corrupt politics in the country was, still is: Outgoing IGP

Ban against RAB aims at behavioral change, not a punishment: Ambassador Peter Haas

Coronavirus: Two deaths, 679 new cases across Bangladesh on Thursday

I have served successfully served, CEC says at farewell press conference

Dhaka, February 14: Outgoing Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda said, "I have faced many challenges in my five years in office. However, I have successfully fulfilled my responsibilities. We have fulfilled our responsibility by working hard." He made the remarks at a farewell press conference on Monday (February 14th) at the Lake View premises of the Election Building.

Rampant electoral violence cannot be stopped, says CEC; Voting in the fourth phase at 840 UP on December 23

Dhaka, November 11: Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda has said that electoral violence cannot be prevented by implementing door-to-door surveillance. He told reporters after the 89th meeting of the commission at the election building in Agargaon on Wednesday evening that violence could not be stopped by house-to-house, neighborhood-to-neighborhood police patrols and the only way to prevent this is to show tolerance and adherence to the code of conduct for those who participate in elections and those who are involved.

Election Commission embarrassed by violence in the UP elections

Dhaka, November 3: Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda has said that the Election Commission is embarrassed by the increasing violence in the Union Parishad (UP) elections. The CEC said this in response to a question from reporters at the Election Building in Agargaon on Tuesday (November 2) afternoon.