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Photo post: Foreign couple treated like aliens on Dhaka street

I found them walking on Dhanmondi Road#32 towards the Bangabandhu Museum on Sunday afternoon. Several street children were accompanying them — mainly for some alms and also out of curiosity. 74 more words

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Bangladesh: Who advises whom?

If you wanna understand the surprising state of affairs in Bangladesh, you’ll need to know who are behind the influential persons at this moment.

Militants and radical Islamists: 152 more words

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Chhtra League: Rejected or rewarded?

The ruling party’s student wing has gone mad, thanks to the party chief, Sheikh Hasina — the prime minister, who prefers to keep her violent youths on the streets as striking force! 2,014 more words

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Our Priceless Waters, in Photos

Our waters, our pride,
Gifted by the Nature,
To nurture!

Embrace the gift of the Nature! Love her and be loved! 68 more words

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Nepal Earthquake rings alarm bell for many in Bangladesh

In modern days, people are so callous that they don’t tend to take precautionary measures but show enthusiasm to cover the loss incurred — be it natural disaster or those man-made ones. 443 more words

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One of the rapists of February 21 sex assaults at DU identified

Hats off to the Bangladesh Facebook users; you are doing something great! Since February 21, 2015, I had been frustrated to see no development in the sexual assault of three girls on the Amar Ekushey Book Fair premises at Suhrawardy Udyan gate on Dhaka University campus. 180 more words

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Oporajeo workers need your support

Those who set #Oporajeo jute and cotton bag factory on fire last month wanted to cripple the noble and unique initiative…

The factory at Savar employs around 35 surviving workers of the Rana Plaza factories and they were given medical and education facilities as well as profit share…some people who did not like the groundbreaking initiative set it on fire. 83 more words

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