Thursday, 22 November 2007

ACC notice to Hasina illegal

In the verdict, the court observed that the commission did not follow due process of law in notifying Sheikh Hasina.

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Wednesday, 21 November 2007

UK: Statement from First Solution

We wish to thank and congratulate those agents who have been working day and night to put together a rescue deal to help the creditors and we will be there to help them in every possible way, should they need us..........

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Monday, 19 November 2007

A baby named Cyclone

Cyclone Sidr battered Bangladesh last Thursday taking an yet unknown number of lives in its path. The latest official reports put the death toll over 2000. No one really knows how high the death toll will climb since rescuers have not yet reached all of the devastated areas. The Bangladesh Red Crescent is warning that the death toll could top 10,00

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Thursday, 15 November 2007

Nazim Kamran Choudhury sued

Dr. Fakhruddin Ahmed himself believes that “time will heal it and they can consume the time.” Therefore, the CA is not showing interest to take any action at this time. Iftekhar, Fakhruddin, Dr. Rahman and Geetiara — all are very close relatives in this cabinet. However, if the pressure from abroad continues on the government, the decision may chan

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Wednesday, 14 November 2007

Deadly SIDR on the way

According to storm watch report, the tropical cyclone Sidr is currently headed for Bangladesh. It is currently (7 PM East, November 13, 2007) running 115 knot max winds, which qualifies as borderline category 4 (Saffir-Simpson scale) and is expected to strengthen slightly in the next day or so.

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Wednesday, 7 November 2007

Juta pita

“DGFI [military intelligence] collaborators inside BNP must take a lesson from this. It is easy to engage in conspiracy seating in Saifur’s [Rahman] Gulshan residence, but they will have to come out in front of the public at some point,” one BNP activist told an E-Bangladesh correspondent.

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