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Khaleda Zia

Ex-Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia Sentenced To Seven Years In Jail In Corruption Case

Oct 29, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The former Prime Minister and the other convicts were also fined 10 lakh taka each, in default of which they will have to suffer six months more in jail, according to the verdict.

2004 Grenade Attack: Former Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia's Son Jailed For Life

Oct 10, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The 2004 attack targeted Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's rally, who was the opposition leader at the time.


Medical Team Examines Former Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia's Health In Dhaka Jail

Zia was jailed for five years in February after being convicted of corruption, a sentence that triggered clashes between police and thousands of BNP supporters.

Bangladesh Supreme Court Stays Release Of Former PM Khaleda Zia On Bail In Corruption Case

Mar 19, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

On March 12, the High Court here granted the chairperson of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) a four-month interim bail.


Ex-Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia Gets Bail In Graft Case

The High Court today granted her a four-month interim bail.

20 February, 2018

Former Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia Challenges 5-Year Sentence In Graft Case

Outlook Web Bureau

A day after receiving a copy of the trial court's verdict, her counsels filed an appeal in the High Court challenging the verdict.


07 February, 2018

Tension In Bangladesh Ahead Of Graft Case Verdict Against Former PM Khaleda Zia

Outlook Web Bureau

Elite Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) and armed police were called out to guard Dhaka streets


02 December, 2013

Battle Of The Begums

S. Binodkumar Singh

With the Awami League government hitting the Islamist formations decisively during its tenure, the Islamists and their BNP backers are determined to make one last attempt to derail the polls.


31 October, 2013

Begum Vs Begum

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and opposition leader Khaleda Zia did not talk to each other for over a decade. But when they finally did, it went on for over 37 minutes of...oh well, read it to believe it


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Bihar Police personnel arrive at an election cluster before leaving for polling stations on the eve of the first phase of Bihar Panchayat Elections 2021, at Kudra block of Kaimur district.

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Assistant Professors from 12 different states display banners during the 24th day of their peacful protest to demand sustainability plan for young and highly qualified teachers, at Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.

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A glimpse of the India-Nepal joint military training exercise Surya Kiran XV, in Pithoragarh.

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Farmers and traders sell their buffaloes at a weekly animal market, after authorities eased covid-19 restrictions further, in Karad, Maharashtra.

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