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Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

BNCU wants legal action against Dr. Yunus

Dhaka, March 28: The Bangladesh National Commission for UNESCO will ask for an explanation as to why legal action will not be taken against Nobel laureate Dr. Muhammad Yunus and Yunus Centre for misusing the name of UNESCO and committing falsehood.

ACC case: Dr. Yunus will surrender in the judicial court on Sunday in the case of embezzlement of Tk 25 crore.

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 1, 2024: Dr. Muhammad Yunus will go to the judicial court on Sunday, March 3, to appear and surrender regarding the charge sheet and warrant issued by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) in the case of embezzlement of Tk. 25.22 crore. His lawyer Barrister Abdullah Al Mamun said these things to reporters in a briefing in front of the Supreme Court's annex building on Thursday.

Dr. Yunus has to take permission from court to travel abroad

Dhaka, Feb 6: Nobel laureate economist Dr. Muhammad Yunus, chairman of Gramin Telecom, who was acquitted of the sentence in the case of violation of labour laws, must take permission from the court to travel abroad. The remaining three accused in this case will also have to comply with the same order in respect of foreign travel.

US Senators' letter about Dr. Yunus is unfortunate: Attorney General

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 25 January 2024: Attorney General AM Amin Uddin has said that it is unfortunate that the questioning of Bangladesh's judicial process in the letter of 12 US senators sent to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina regarding Nobel laureate Professor Dr. Muhammad Yunus is unfortunate.

Verdict against Md. Yunus won't affect relations with US: Foreign Secretary

Dhaka, Jan 2: Foreign Secretary Masood bin Momen said that the six-month prison sentence of Nobel-winning economist Dr. Muhammad Yunus in the case of violation of the labor law will not affect relations with the United States.

Dr. Yunus tried to manage labour leaders with bribes: Information Minister

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 1 January 2024: When the workers went to the court, Muhammad Yunus tried to manage two labor leaders outside the court by bribing them with Tk 6 crore, alleged Information and Broadcasting Minister and Awami League Joint General Secretary Dr. Hasan Mahmud.

Court sentences Dr Yunus to six-month jail in labour law case

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 1 January 2024: The court sentenced four people, including Nobel laureate Dr. Muhammad Yunus, to six months imprisonment in the case of violation of labour law. At the same time, they have been fined Tk 5,000.

Controversial Deputy Attorney General Imran Exonerated

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 8 September 2023: Controversial Deputy Attorney General Imran Ahmed Bhuiyan has been acquitted for his statement-related remarks on Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dr. Muhammad Yunus. The notification issued on Thursday by the Solicitor (GP/PP Branch) Division of the Law and Justice Department of the Law Ministry was released on Friday releasing him.

Govt is not harassing Dr. Yunus: Momen

Dhaka, Sept 1: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that Bangladesh government is not harassing Nobel laureate Dr. Yunus for political or any other reasons.

Hillary calls on world leaders to stand by Dr. Yunus

Own correspondent, Dhaka, 30 August 2023: Former US Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton has called on world leaders to stand by the Nobel-winning economist Dr. Yunus. In a tweet on Tuesday, August 29, she called on the world to come forward to stop the alleged harassment of Yunus. The statement of more than 160 world leaders sent to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was attached.

Grameen Telecom gives account of assets of Dr. Yunus, 3 others to ACC

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.

Padma Bridge is a national asset, opponents are enemies of the nation: High Court

Dhaka, June 27: The High Court has heard a rule on the question of forming a commission to find out the conspirators behind the creation of a false story of corruption in the Padma Bridge construction deal. The High Court has fixed Tuesday (June 28) for further hearing and order on the rule.

Padma Bridge inauguration: Khaleda not invited, Dr. Yunus receives invitation letter

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 23: The government did not invite BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia separately to the inauguration function of the Padma Bridge, one of the mega projects in Bangladesh. However, Nobel laureate Dr. Muhammad Yunus has accepted the invitation to the glamorous event, the bridge department said.

Dr. Yunus pays Tk 400 crore to dismissed workers of Grameen Telecom

Dhaka, May 23: Grameen Telecom chairman and Nobel laureate economist Dr Muhammad Yunus has given Tk 400 crore to 176 sacked workers. Barrister Md Mostafizur Rahman Khan, their lawyer, told the company court on Monday (May 23).