Police recovered bodies of a couple from their home in Dhaka’s East Rampura area early today. The deceased were identified as Jewel, 28, and his wife Nasrin, 22. Jewel used to work as a day labourer while Nasrin worked as a domestic help in the area. Rafiqul Islam, officer-in-charge of East Rampura Police Station, said police recovered the bodies hanging from the ceiling of their home on Titas Road around 3 am after getting information from neighbours. Suicide rate for young adults in US was worst in over 50 years during pandemic: Study A team of forensic department of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) collected samples as evidence. The bodies were taken to Dhaka Medical College Hospital morgue for autopsy. Schoolboy commits suicide after family dispute Police suspected that the couple might have committed suicide over financial issues, said the OC. Footballer dies ‘by suicide’ in Barishal
A first year student of Barishal University (BU) was found dead in her room at a mess on Wednesday night. The deceased was identified as Ribna Shahrin, first-year student of Botany Department and resident of Molla Chhatri Nibas (Rokeya hall), near the university. She hailed from Pirojpur district and used to live alone. BU Proctor Dr Md Khorshed Alam, said the girl had a conversation with her family members and friends on July 16 and since then they failed to reach her over the phone. Police recover man’s body from a field in Kushtia At 11 pm on Wednesday, the panicked mother and uncle of the girl rushed to the mess and found the door of the room closed from inside. Getting no response from inside the room after a long time, they broke into the door and found Ribna’s body hanging from the ceiling fan. Body of missing fisherman recovered after 38 hours in Kishoreganj AR Mukul, officer-in-charge of Barishal Metropolitan Police, said, “Primarily it is suspected that the student might have committed suicide but the actual reason could be known after autopsy.” Body of a man found near CUET gate
A 25-year-old domestic help died after falling off the fifth floor of a building in the city’s Dhanmondi area early Saturday. The deceased was identified as Nasrin, hailed from Bhola. Body of missing fisherman recovered after 38 hours in Kishoreganj Muhit Khan, sub-inspector of Dhanmondi Police Station, said Nasrin had been working at the house as a domestic help for six years. Body of a man found near CUET gate On information, police recovered the body of Nasrin around 3 am and sent it to the Dhaka Medical College and Hospital morgue for autopsy. Police are investigating whether the girl committed suicide or it was an accident, said the SI. Woman’s throat-slit body recovered in Chattogram
Police on Tuesday night recovered the body of a man from a road near the gate of Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology (CUET) in Raozan upazila under Chattogram district. Officer-in-charge of Abdullah Al Harun, said being informed by locals, police recovered the body of a man — aged about 32-35, wearing a white t-shirt — from Chattogram-Kaptai road around 9 pm. His throat was slit. Cuet closed until July 5 after BCL infighting Police suspected that miscreants might have killed him somewhere else and dumped the body there, said OC. Picked up by ‘DB’, CUET student missing for 3 days
A 27-year-old bank employee’s body was found at his home in Mansa village under Chattogram’s Patiya upazila on Friday night. The deceased was identified as Jahangir Alam, 27, son of Ayub Ali. Jahangir worked at First Security Islami Bank’s Dhanmondi branch in Dhaka. Woman’s hanging body recovered, ex-husband arrested in Magura Saiful Islam, officer-in-charge of Patiya Police Station said Jahangir got married six months ago. Body of businessman recovered in Magura His body was found hanging from the ceiling of his house at 9 pm on Friday. His wife Jerin Akter was at her parents’ house. Police suspect that Jahangir might have committed suicide over domestic dispute. The body was sent to Chattogram Medical College and Hospital morgue for autopsy.
A 33-year-old woman and her 10-year-old daughter were found dead at their house in Dhaka’s West Merul Badda today.The deceased were identified as Bristi Akter, wife of SM Selim, and their daughter Sanja Marwa, student of a local madrasa.Sub-Inspector Sadek Mia of Badda Police Station said that upon getting information from the emergency number 999, police recovered the bodies of Brishti and Sanja around 1:15 am. Also read: Slit-throat body of farmer recovered from house in Mymensingh Later, they were taken to a local hospital, where the doctors declared them dead, said Inspector Bachchu Mia, in-charge of Dhaka Medical College and Hospital Police camp. Police suspected that both of them were strangled to death. They also arrested Selim in this connection. Sohel Shikdar, maternal uncle of Bristi, said that Selim had long been involved in an extramarital relationship. Selim and Bristi would often have fights over the issue, and the former often tortured his wife, he added. The couple has another daughter, who is eight months old. Also read: Bodies of 2 workers recovered from septic tank in Dhaka
Police recovered the decomposed body of an unidentified young man, with his hands and legs tied up, from a house at Tigerpass in Khulshi area of Chattogram port city on Monday. Shahidur Rahman, inspector (investigation) of Khulshi Police Station, said getting bad smell from the tin-shed house near Tigerpass Railway colony, local people informed the matter to police. Later, police recovered the decomposed body after breaking open the lock of the door. The hands, legs and mouth of the body, aged about 33-35, was found tied up. Also read: 2 dead as wall collapses in Chattogram city’s Jamal Khan Police suspected that miscreants might have killed him and fled away after putting the door of the room under lock and key. However, police are trying to find out the reason behind the murder and his identification.
A 95-year-old woman and her daughter-in-law were found dead at home in Kedarpur under Barishal’s Babuganj upazila early Thursday.The deceased were identified as Lalmun Nesa, 95, and Ripa Akter, 23, of the village.Quoting local people, Mahbubur Rahman, officer-in-charge of Babuganj Police Station, said getting no response from the house of Delwar, neighbours entered the house around 11 pm last night and found three family members unconscious, on the bed.Later, Lalmun, Ripa and Minara, another daughter-in-law of Lalmun, were taken to a local hospital where the doctors declared the two women dead. Also read: Sherpur: Farmer's body with injuries marks found in pile of logs Police suspect that a group of thieves entered the house by digging a hole from outside. “Police are investigating the incident,” said Wahidul Islam, superintendent of Barishal Police.
A couple was found dead in a house in Dinajpur town early Friday, police said. The deceased were identified as Mojibor Rahman and his wife Suraiya Begum, 55, from the town. They used to work as caretakers in the Munshipara area at Advocate Nilufar Rahim's house. Read more: Unidentified man found dead in Dinajpur Earlier, suspecting that something went wrong at her house in Dinajpur, Nilufar, who lives in Dhaka, called the national emergency service 999 for help, Additional Superintendent of Police of Dinajpu Mominul Karim said. Next police found Mujibur hanging from the ceiling in the bedroom and the body of his wife in the kitchen with her throat slit this morning, he added. The bodies have been sent to Abdur Rahim Medical College and Hospital morgue for autopsies, the police officer said. Read more: Cop's wife found dead in Khulna, suicide suspected "The cause of the deaths can be confirmed when we get the autopsy reports. We are also investigating whether there was a domestic dispute between the couple," Mominul added.
Firefighters today recovered the body of a man, missing from Padma river in Rajshahi — a day after his wife drowned in the river. The deceased was identified as Salauddin Quader Rupan, 38, a banker from Srimantapur area under Godagari upazila. The body was recovered around 11:30 am near the spot where his wife Manjuri Tanvir Nishi, 32, drowned on Friday, said Nabir Uddin, station officer of Godagari Fire Service Station. Kamrul Islam, Officer-in-Charge of Godagari police station, said the body will be handed over to the family after completing legal procedures. Read more: Wife drowns, husband goes missing while bathing in Padma A Rajshahi fire service diving team was conducting a search operation from Friday noon and suspended it around 7 pm due to darkness. They resumed it again on Saturday morning and recovered Rupan’s body. Rupan, posted in Kishoreganj, his family members and some 15 others were having a picnic on the bank of the river on Friday. Read more: 2 killed after boat capsizes in Padma off Rajshahi city After traveling by boat, he and his family members were bathing in the river at noon. Suddenly a heavy tide came along and four members of the family, including Nishi, went missing at first. Though others could rescue Nishi and her two children, Rupan went missing. Nishi breathed her last on the way to hospital.