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Old June 5, 2012, 10:06 PM
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Apnara jodi ATN BANGLA'r khobor dekhen taile dekhben je khobore bolche je Mahfujur Rahman oi sanghbadik hottar bichar chaise.....beta ki faizlami shuru korche ni??? moja loy!
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Old June 11, 2012, 02:24 PM
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Police say the man arrested with the cubs could lead them to an organised gang responsible for smuggling cubs out of Bangladesh.
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Old June 11, 2012, 05:34 PM
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tow rasta ghat bondho kore aie misil kore laav ki hoilo? I don't get this 'misil' stuff, kono labh hoi aieshob kore? People take things way too seriously, Mahfuzur rahman bollei ki kotha shotti hoye gelo.
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Old June 11, 2012, 05:43 PM
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well here is the video where he talks non sense about Sylhetis, @ 1:24


and the video of his statement about the journalist couple :



ei lok take jodi ghushi dite partam. :@
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Old June 11, 2012, 06:53 PM
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Wtf this oompa loompa saying about Sylhetis !!! I don't understand Bangali/Bangla/Bengali well. Seems like his taking a micky! Whatever he is saying he should say this in London front of Sylhetis if he has the guts!

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well here is the video where he talks non sense about Sylhetis, @ 1:24


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ei lok take jodi ghushi dite partam. :@
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Old June 11, 2012, 08:04 PM
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Shalar chur, nijere ki bhabe
I find it to be a positive comment... Sylhet got the recognition of being educated and bhodro ahead of all the other districts of BD.... No??
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Old June 12, 2012, 09:16 PM
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3 Baby Tiger cubs rescued

Elite Bangladesh security forces Monday rescued three Bengal tiger cubs after a raid on a house in the capital Dhaka where smugglers were holding the endangered animals before they were to be sold.
Television footage showed the nearly two-month-old cubs playing in an iron cage after a team of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) commandos swooped on the residence and arrested one person.
"The cubs seem to be in sound health," forest department officer Fazlul Hoque told AFP from the scene.
There are just 440 Bengal tigers left in Bangladesh, with about 1,700 in India and a worldwide total of less than 2,500, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
RAB spokesman Commander Mohammad Sohail said the house in the city's Shaymoli area had a number of empty cages, indicating that it was a transit hub for the illegal wildlife trade.
"We believe an organised racket is behind tiger trafficking. They have been illegally catching and selling animals, including reptiles and birds, for years," Sohail told AFP.
Experts said increasingly sophisticated poaching is the biggest threat to the survival of the big cats in the Sundarbans, the world's largest mangrove forest straddling Bangladesh and India.
In 2010, the Bangladesh government enacted new laws with stringent punishments to protect wildlife, including the Bengal tiger, but poaching is still rampant.

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bikri korar aar baaki rakhlona kisu... akhon tiger cubs o safe na... koikdin por shunmu telapoka pachar kari chokro dhora porse...
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Old June 12, 2012, 10:20 PM
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lmao...........our desi telapoka is better in so many ways than others...they more macho, they eat more, they can fly, they will creep the hell outta u...so i wont be surprised if that happens
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ভূমিকম্পের টাইম বোমার ওপর ঢাকা এখনই সচেতন হ’তে হবে

ভূমিকম্প মোকাবেলায় বাংলাদেশের প্রস্ত্ততি কতটুকু? পত্র-পত্রিকা ও বিভিন্ন তথ্য-উপাত্ত থেকে যা জানা যায়, তার চিত্রটি হতাশাজনক। আমরা শুধু জানি, সরকার উদ্ধার কর্ম পরিচালনার জন্য ৭০ কোটি টাকার যন্ত্রপাতি কেনার উদ্যোগ নিয়েছে। কিন্তু উদ্যোগ বাস্তবায়ন হবে কবে এর নিশ্চয়তা নেই। অথচ ‘ভূমিকম্পের টাইম বোমা’র উপর বসে থাকা ঢাকা শহরে যে কোন সময় ভূমিকম্প ভয়াবহ আঘাত হানতে পারে।

জাতিসংঘ প্রণীত ‘আর্থকোয়েক ডিজাস্টার রিস্ক ইনডেক্সে’র এক বুলেটিনে দেখানো হয়েছে, বিশ্বের ২০টি ঝুঁকিপূর্ণ শহরের মধ্যে ইরানের রাজধানী তেহরান প্রথম ও আমাদের প্রিয় নগরী ঢাকা দ্বিতীয়। প্রকৃতিগতভাবে আমাদের ঢাকা শহরকে দুর্ভাগাই বলতে হবে। এর আগে দেখা গেছে, বিশ্বের সবচেয়ে বসবাস অনুপযোগী শহরের তালিকায়ও ঢাকা দ্বিতীয়। প্রথম জিম্বাবুয়ের রাজধানী হারারে।

"ইউনাইটেড নেশনস ডেভেলপমেন্ট প্রোগ্রাম’ (ইউএনডিপি) এক গবেষণায় বলেছে, যে কোন সময় বাংলাদেশে বড় মাত্রার ভূমিকম্প হ’তে পারে। অর্থাৎ ভূমিকম্পে লাখ লাখ মানুষের মৃত্যু যে কোন সময় হ’তে পারে। আর ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় ও বাংলাদেশ প্রকৌশল বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের শিক্ষকরা দুই বছরব্যাপী (২০০৮-২০০৯) এক গবেষণায় আশঙ্কা প্রকাশ করে বলেছেন, বড় ধরনের ভূমিকম্প হ’লে সেই এলাকার মাটির স্তর আলাদা হয়ে যায়। আলাদা এই মাটির স্তর শক্ত হ’তে ১০০ বছর লেগে যায়। মাটির স্তর শক্ত হয়ে গেলে প্রকৃতির স্বাভাবিক নিয়মে ঐ এলাকায় পুনরায় ভূমিকম্প হওয়ার আশঙ্কা থাকে। ১৭৬২ সালে সীতাকুন্ডে ও ১৮৮৫ সালে মধুপুরের ভয়াবহ ভূমিকম্পের আলোকে তারা হিসাব করে দেখেছেন, এ বছরই বড় ধরনের ভূমিকম্প পুনরায় আঘাত হানতে পারে। এ হিসাবে ঢাকায় যে কোন মুহূর্তে ভূমিকম্প হ’তে পারে। তার আলামত ইতিমধ্যে দেখা যাচ্ছে। প্রায়ই ছোট মাত্রার ভূমিকম্প ঢাকা শহর কাঁপিয়ে দেয়। সর্বশেষ গত ১১ এপ্রিল ঢাকায় ৩.৮ মাত্রায় পরপর দু’বার ভূমিকম্পে ঢাকা নড়ে উঠে। এ রকম ছোট মাত্রার ভূমিকম্প প্রতি বছরই একাধিকবার হচ্ছে। বিশেষজ্ঞরা মনে করছেন ছোট ছোট ভূমিকম্প বড় কিছু ঘটনারই ইঙ্গিত দিচ্ছে। যদি ১৮৮৫ সালের মতো ৭ মাত্রার ভূমিকম্প হয়, তবে ঢাকা শহরের এক তৃতীয়াংশ ভবন ধ্বংস হবে। প্রাণ হারাবে লাখ লাখ মানুষ"-----\সংকলিত\---
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Old June 26, 2012, 10:23 AM
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Chittagong is under water.
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Old June 26, 2012, 10:31 AM
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A week of crazy rains...the airport out there has been closed due to dangerous amounts of water on the runway.
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Old June 27, 2012, 02:40 AM
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Around 70 people killed in C T G water havoc
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Old June 27, 2012, 02:46 AM
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Around 70 people killed in C T G water havoc
See there is no harm in cutting down hills...none whatsoever.
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Old June 29, 2012, 01:35 PM
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Height of water in most of the rivers are rising. Sylhet and Ctg already affected by flood.Greater Rangpur and Jamalpur are also affected shortly.
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World Bank cancels Bangladesh bridge loan over corruption

The World Bank has pulled out of a project to build Bangladesh's largest bridge, citing corruption concerns.

In a statement, the bank said it was cancelling its $1.2bn (£764m) credit for the 6km-long (four miles) the road-rail bridge across the Padma River.

It accused the government in Dhaka of failing to investigate claims of high-level fraud in connection with the project.

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Default দুর্নীতি তদন্তে বিশ্বব্যাংকের শর্তে রাজি সরকার প্রধানমন্ত্রীর ‘পরামর্শে’ আবুল হোসেনের পদত্


দুর্নীতি তদন্তে বিশ্বব্যাংকের শর্তে রাজি সরকার প্রধানমন্ত্রীর ‘পরামর্শে’ আবুল হোসেনের পদত্যাগ, দফতরবিহীন হবার আশা

ঢাকা, ২৩ জুলাই: পদ্মা সেতুতে দুর্নীতির অভিযোগ ওঠার পর প্রকল্পে অর্থায়নকারী প্রতিষ্ঠান বিশ্বব্যাংকের সঙ্গে বাংলাদেশ সরকারের ১০ মাসের টানাপড়েন শেষে প্রধানমন্ত্রী শেখ হাসিনার নির্দেশে সোমবার মন্ত্রিত্ব ছাড়লেন সৈয়দ আবুল হোসেন। তিনি সর্বশেষ তথ্য ও যোগাযোগপ্রযুক্তি মন্ত্রী হিসেবে দায়িত্ব পালন করছিলেন।

পদত্যাগী এই মন্ত্রীর আগের দায়িত্ব- যোগাযোগ মন্ত্রণালয়ের মন্ত্রী হিসেবে দায়িত্বকালে পদ্মা সেতু প্রকল্পে দুর্নীতির অভিযোগ তোলে বিশ্বব্যাংক। সেতু নির্মাণের জন্য বিশ্বব্যাংকের ১২০ কোটি ডলার অর্থ দেয়ার কথা থাকলেও দুর্নীতির তদন্তে বাংলাদেশ সরকার দরকারি সহযোগিতা করছে না জানিয়ে গত জুন মাসে ঋণচুক্তি বাতিল করে প্রতিষ্ঠানটি।
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Abul er arro agei podotyag kora uchit chhilo... Shei to bhat khelo kintu ghuraye khelo... r govt o bolihari.. dhong er nirbachoni boktobbo shuru korlo "padma shetu" hobe nijer takai.. jei taal tule share bazar er ghapla dhaklo... ekhon thik e WB er kachhei ferot gelo.. majhkhan theke kichhu chhatrolegue er pran gelo chada tulte giye... r sheishob school er bachha, teacherder tk diye ki korbe??? nirbachoni leaflet chhapbe???? oshojhho

jokhon e share bazar e gondogol shuru tokhon eder notun notun issue diye public ke basto rakhe... eibar "Padma Shetu" agerbar "Dr Yunus"...
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রোববার অর্থমন্ত্রী বলেন, ‘‘চার প্রস্তাবের মধ্যে চতুর্থটি মেনে নেয়ায় একটু অসুবিধা ছিল। আমরা চেষ্টা করছি, এটাও কীভাবে সমাধান করা যায়।’’
অর্থমন্ত্রী বলেন, ‘‘তা-ই যদি হয়ে যায়, তাহলে শিগগিরই আমরা শুরু করতে পারি।’’
প্রসঙ্গত, বিশ্বব্যাংকের চতুর্থ শর্তটি ছিল তদন্ত চলাকালে সরকারি দায়িত্ব পালন থেকে সরকারি ব্যক্তি- আমলা ও রাজনৈতিকভাবে নিয়োগপ্রাপ্তদের পদত্যাগ।
That was the most interesting part.

Right, Shei jol khelo, ghola kore khelo Arki... WB, AL govt ke almost nake khot deyae nilo for Padda Shetu... koto hombi tombi na korlo netara, rajpothe & tv talk show te...
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Real Reasons to Cheer on Bangladesh
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Bangladesh looks like the kind of frontier market that gives frontier markets a bad name. In 2010, the Dhaka stock market was one of the best performing in the world.

“It was doing $200 million [turnover] per day,” said Patrick Nelson, head of equities at Exotix, a frontier markets investment banking boutique. “For a frontier market, that's amazing.”

But in 2011, the Dhaka market plunged, wiping out 2010 gains. Photos of investors being contained by riot police outside the stock exchange paint a picture few would be in a rush to buy. And yet, the turmoil is in some ways misleading.

“The volatility of the stock market contrasts with the relative stability of the economy,” said Ifty Islam, managing partner at Asian Tiger Capital Partners, a local investment banking boutique.

Through the stockmarket turmoil, GDP growth in Bangladesh stayed at around 6 percent, and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicts a growth rate of 5.9 percent for 2012. Considering that Bangladesh has a population of 160 million and counts among the 30 largest economies in the world if you include the informal economy, according to Iraj Ispahani, chief executive of Ispahani Advisory, that adds up to a lot of potential.

“The stock exchange is a very narrow indicator of investment in Bangladesh,” said Ispahani. “85-90 percent of wealth in Bangladesh is held privately.”

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Old August 2, 2012, 02:33 PM
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Dhaka, Aug 2 (bdnews24.com)—The government on Thursday ordered a fresh investigation into the activities and financial transactions of Muhammad Yunus in his later years as Managing Director of Grameen Bank, but the Nobel laureate sees the move as nothing but a takeover bid.

The bitter saga continued to play out as the Cabinet meeting led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina approved the proposal for amending the Grameen Bank Ordinance 1983 to reduce the power of the bank's board.
The government will declare an ordinance with changes in the rules for appointing Managing Director of microlending institution founded in 1983 through a martial law ordinance.

The new law would delegate the Chairman more authority to pick the Managing Director of the microlender, changing the specialised bank's structure. The bank's poor borrowers comprise 75 percent of its shareholders while the government holds the other 25 percent.

The government will also examine the legality of Yunus staying on in the office beyond the mandated age of 60, Cabinet Secretary Md Mosharraf Hossain Bhuiyan said after the meeting.

The central bank said in the past that he had violated retirement laws by failing to relinquish control at 60 but an official government enquiry cleared him of any wrongdoing.

One and a half years after he was forced out of office, Hasina last month said Yunus may have 'influenced' the World Bank's decision to pull out from the proposed Padma bridge project.

Secretary Bhuiyan said the Cabinet asked the Bank and Financial Institutions Division of the Ministry of Finance to look into whether his continuing in the office for such longer period was lawful or not, how much money he took in salaries and benefits during that time and whether it was legal.

Also, the National Board of Revenue was asked to submit a report on whether the Nobel Peace laureate brought in any money from abroad as a wage earner and if so, if he was allowed to do so and whether he got any tax waiver on the amount.

The NBR will make the report with the help of Bangladesh Bank, the Cabinet Secretary added.

Yunus, who has so far refused to be drawn on the reasons for protracted wrangle –which many see as a political dogfight – for fear of further fuelling the controversy, sounded shattered.

The 72-year old, who made an abortive foray into politics during the emergency rule and has been an outspoken government critic, made an appeal to the people to save the microlending institution.

"I have been expressing my apprehension beforehand. Now my fear is becoming real. I'm very sad we couldn't succeed to stop the process," he said in a statement.

The amendment makes changes to three issues covered in two clauses under Section 14 regarding the appointment of the Managing Director. It suggests that the board recommends to the Chairman three eligible candidates for the post of Managing Director, out of which he will recommend one.

The amendment also scraps the previous provision requiring the board to form a selection committee to appoint the Managing Director.

It also changes the eligibility of the candidates; previously, the candidates were required to have experience in 'Rural Economy' and 'Grameen Banking Business'. The amended law requires them to have experience in 'Micro-financing' to do away with limitations on this matter.

Yunus said he was "very much upset" seeing the poor are being deprived of exercising their right in the bank owned and run by the poor and requested the nation to come forward to save the "asset of the poor and the country".

In 2006, Yunus shared the Nobel Peace Prize with the Grameen Bank for their initiative to provide micro-credit for poverty alleviation. Four years later, both were flung into public glare after a Norwegian TV documentary revealed that country's aid agency Norad's annoyance in the late 1990s over Yunus' handling of aid money meant for the Bank.

Yunus was challenged by the then Norwegian Ambassador to Bangladesh for failing to inform the donors before transferring the millions of dollars to a sister entity. While the Norwegians later insisted that no criminal activity has taken place, their International Development Minister Erik Solheim said it was "totally unacceptable that aid is used for other purposes than intended".

Grameen Bank claimed there was no wrongdoing in the agreement between the bank and Grameen Kalyan, under which it received Tk 3,917 million from Grameen Bank.

However, large-scale criticism of Grameen Bank's actions and works reverberated in the local and international arena and a government-formed commission found anomalies in the running of the bank.

Chief executive since Grameen was founded originally with government support and ownership, Yunus was questioned by the central bank for continuing in his job far beyond the retirement age for any executive in any such institution in Bangladesh.

Yunus was nearly 71 when the Bangladesh Bank gave the notice in March 2011. He went to the court and lost a series of legal battles, finally in the Supreme Court, eventually losing his hold on the institution he is credited with building in 1970s.

Following his removal, the government refused to bow down to pressure from US and international donor organisations to reappoint Yunus. It also ruled out a proposal to form a committee, led by Yunus, to look for a new Managing Director.

Currently, the bank's Deputy Managing Director Mohammad Shahjahan is standing in for the MD.

The Bank and Financial Institutions Division formed a commission on May 16, 14 months after Yunus' removal, to determine the fate of the Grameen Bank.

The commission was assigned with the task of recommending steps to the government about ways to ensure good governance, transparency and accountability of the microcredit NGO and how to bring it within the reach of state regulatory agencies.

The commission was also tasked to identify the institutional strengths, weaknesses and constraints in the Grameen Bank's operations and review the purposes, legal status and operations of the institutions, companies and enterprises established by it. It was to also report on the microcredit NGO's ownership and composition of its Board of Directors specifying qualifications for such membership.
http://bdnews24.com/details.php?cid=4&id=229523&hb=top

We have always had idiots running our country. Now they're on steroids with their idiocy.
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^Perhaps our PM got pissed off hearing about Yunus all the time in London?
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Not quite "breaking", but posting this anyways.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/bangladeshi...062613509.html

LOL @ people misreading the article and getting worked up in the comments section.
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