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Old December 18, 2013, 04:21 PM
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Originally Posted by mufi_02
karon ashami nijei jane kisu oibo nah

মৃত্যুদণ্ড পাওয়া শাকিল বললেন
‘আমার কিছুই অইব না’
http://www.prothom-alo.com/banglades...A6%BE%E2%80%99
Let him think that way.

Quader Molla also showed V sign. You know what happened next.

Even with the assumption that AL will pardon him in future, with current situation there is no guarantee how long AL gov will survive.

On the other hand if the assumption is: he thinks as he have done crime against minority and therefore Jamat will not execute that verdicts... then he have some hopes.
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Old December 18, 2013, 04:29 PM
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Yeah i agree. But i think it will go through another round of trials, either high or judge court. People with more legal knowledge can elaborate further.

Mollah's v sign was his downfall because his audacity was a shame for the rest of us and that prompted massive awakening. AL might not have enough time to execute all of them but the quick trial was a good example from them and might set some precedent for future. So credit to AL. Previous BNP rule failed to do similar things.

Even if they are not executed, make them rot in jails.
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Old January 28, 2014, 04:07 PM
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Why is 19 party alliance asking for protest during the Test series?
this permission was to protest harrasment of Tariq Zia Shashuri!
http://www.prothom-alo.com/bangladesh/article/134008/

রিপন অভিযোগ করেন, বিএনপির সিনিয়র ভাইস চেয়ারম্যান তারেক রহমানের শাশুড়ি একজন সমাজসেবী ও বিদুষী নারী। শুধু তারেক রহমানের শাশুড়ি হওয়ায় সরকার দুর্নীতি দমন কমিশনের মাধ্যমে তাঁকে হয়রানি করার চেষ্টা করছে। তিনি এর নিন্দা
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Old January 28, 2014, 04:11 PM
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A reason to put a country's reputation at risk!
I firmly believe the idiot BNP is not going to do any fullish thing but it their Pakistani sympethiser who want this country to be a failed state like Pak would do something that will stop event like World cup or Asia cup away from us!
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Old January 30, 2014, 02:31 AM
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নিজামী-বাবরসহ ১৪ জনের ফাঁসি

চট্টগ্রামে ১০ ট্রাক অস্ত্র চোরাচালান মামলায় সাবেক শিল্পমন্ত্রী ও জামায়াতে ইসলামীর আমির মতিউর রহমান নিজামী, সাবেক স্বরাষ্ট্র প্রতিমন্ত্রী লুত্ফুজ্জামান বাবরসহ ১৪ জনকে ফাঁসির আদেশ দিয়েছেন আদালত। এ ছাড়া অস্ত্র আটক মামলায় এই ১৪ জনকেই যাবজ্জীবন কারাদণ্ডের আদেশ দেওয়া হয়েছে।

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Old January 30, 2014, 04:41 AM
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Here we go again...

Ulfa is India's enemy, and yet I wonder how many Ulfa members have been sentenced to death by Indian courts themselves..

Felani case is another example of how much India values our lives
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BRTC bus now gets Wi-Fi’ed
As per government’s commitment towards a digital Bangladesh, Ministry of ICT and Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) came up with an exclusive venture: BUS with Wi-Fi service. Despite being very common in North American, European and countries in Asia Pacific, this would be the very first time in Bangladesh were passengers will be getting wireless connectivity throughout their entire commute.

Under the active supervision of Access to Information project (a2i) of Prime Minister’s Office, 20 buses would be rolled out in the streets. This concept was proposed months ago but it took awhile for the ministries and the bodies to actually come to an agreement to start and manage the service.
http://hifipublic.com/brtc-bus-now-gets-wi-fied/
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Old May 5, 2014, 03:09 PM
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Nur Islam .... polatok. Baba-Ma koto shok korey nam raksilo. So where do you think he is hiding? MP's house or Big brother's place like last time?
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Old July 31, 2014, 03:25 AM
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Greek court acquits farmers who shot 28 Bangladeshi strawberry pickers
'Scandalous' verdict condemned by politicians and anti-racist groups after case that revealed migrant workers' plight
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Every year, from June through October, Jashim Salam’s house in Chittagong, Bangladesh, floods. Not once, or twice, but five or six times—per month. It’s like that throughout the city, where several million people live alongside the sea. The water flows in from the Karnaphuli River, pushed beyond its banks by the rising tide of the Bay of Bengal.

This is a recent phenomenon, one many blame on climate change and rising seas coupled with the annual monsoon season. Residents have had to adapt and adjust to the enormous hardships of a life too often lived under water. Salam has been documenting just what it’s like for him and his neighbors. The photographer has produced two series about the flooding. Water World offers an intimate look at life in his neighborhood during a flood. Water World 2 is a powerful series of portraits of people standing in their homes, or in the streets of their communities, surrounded by water.

The portraits are meant to show just how absurd life has become. But it also offers a timeline of sorts. He’s photographed children who have grown up with the flooding and consider it, if not normal, than at least a regular thing. But subjects his age—Salam is 35—and older appreciate how radically their lives and communities have changed. His portraits are both beautiful and shocking. For most, the idea of living knee-deep in water for days on end is incomprehensible.

“It’s very annoying and the people are very fed up,” he says.
http://www.wired.com/2014/08/jashim-...ide-id-1408311
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