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About 25 results for "fakhruddin ahmed"

Fakhrul now in 1/11 amnesia

Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir must have forgotten all the reasons which led to declaration of the state of emergency in January 11, 2007, popularly known as 1/11 changeover. Otherwise, he could not have accused "some media of playing very conscious ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 2 weeks ago

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Karachi to lose oldest bookstore for lack of public interest

KARACHI: Karachi's one of the oldest bookstores, which was opened before the established and creation of Pakistan, is ready to close down, since people are rarely buying books in country's biggest city. The owner of the Pioneer Book House, Zafar ...
 Daily Times1 day ago

Nepotism: PMDC restores suspended corrupt registrar

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PM&DC) has set another example of nepotism by restoring its former registrar, Ahmed Nadeem Akbar, allegedly involved in mega corruption cases worth hundreds of millions of rupees. Interestingly ...
 Daily Times4 days ago

The Rocky Road of Democracy

Noor Hossain protesting at Zero Point, November, 1987. Photo: Pavel Rahman December 6 is observed as Democracy [restoration] Day in the country, marking an end to the autocratic rule of HM Ershad in early December of 1990. Today, on the 26th ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star5 days ago

Govt forms Blue Economy Cell

The government has formed Blue Economy Cell under the Energy and Mineral Resources Division (EMRD) for exploration, conservation, and sustainable collection and management of natural and mineral resources in the Bangladeshi territory of the Bay of ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago

A brief history of grievances in the CHT

Since today is the 19th anniversary of the signing of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Peace Accord, a brief review of the recent history of the indigenous people is in order. Mir Qasim Ali Khan, the British East India Company-installed governor of ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago

Democrats are having buyer's remorse

Currently, Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 2 million popular votes (Clinton: 64.2m; 48.1%; Trump: 62.2m, 46.6%). But, processed through the undemocratic Electoral College, Trump remains president-elect. National polls were not wrong. The ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago
Daily Observer

Begum Zia's formula . . . and the holes in it

Former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia remains obsessed with an army role in constitutional politics. One certainly understands her preoccupation with the idea of democracy, but when she insists at every given moment that the military must have a role in ...
 Bdnews24.com2 weeks ago

Fight over photo in Tarique's birth anniversary programme

Local activists and leaders of the BNP's Bogra unit reportedly engaged in a scuffle while celebrating party Senior Vice-Chairman Tarique Rahman's birth anniversary. The brawl broke out as the activists started competing with each other to stand in ...
 Bdnews24.com2 weeks ago
Daily Observer

SEU organises blood donation campaign

Textile Engineering Department of Southeast University (SEU) in association with Bangladesh Red Crescent Society organised "Blood Donation Programme". The day long programme was held on November 13 at its permanent campus at Tejgaon in Dhaka. Total ...
 Daily Observer3 weeks ago
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