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Old July 11, 2012, 09:28 AM
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So all this time I've been using cologne/perfume on my clothes and i also used to take a shower with my bodyspray every morning before school. (Ofcourse i took a real shower at first)
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http://www.prothom-alo.com/detail/da...11/news/272904

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বাংলাদেশি নারীর সঙ্গে চ্যাট করার সময়ে ধরা পড়লেন ভারতীয় সেনা কর্মকর্তা
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বাংলাদেশি এক মেয়ের সাথে ইন্টারনেটে চ্যাট করায় ভারতের সেনাবাহিনীর এক কর্মকর্তাকে আটক করা হয়েছে। টাইমস অব ইন্ডিয়ার এক খবরে আজ বুধবার একথা জানানো হয়। প্রতিবেদনে দাবি করা হয়েছে, ওই বাংলাদেশি নারী এর আগে পাকিস্তানের গোয়েন্দা সংস্থা আইএসআইয়ের পক্ষে গুপ্তচরবৃত্তিতে জড়িত ছিলেন এবং গত বছরের শেষের দিকে অন্য একজন সেনা কর্মকর্তাকে পটানোর চেষ্টা করেছিলেন।

এ ঘটনায় ভারতীয় সেনাবাহিনী তদন্ত শুরু করেছে। কর্মকর্তারা খতিয়ে দেখছেন, রাজস্থানের ৮২ সাঁজোয়া বাহিনীতে কর্মরত ওই লেফটেন্যান্ট কর্নেল পাকিস্তানের সাথে সীমান্ত সংক্রান্ত কোন তথ্য পাচার করেছেন কি-না।

অভিযুক্ত সেনা কর্মকর্তা ওই নারীর সাথে ‘মধুর সম্পর্কে’ জড়িয়েছেন, এ ধরনের অভিযোগকে অস্বীকার করেছে সেনাবাহিনী। মধুর সম্পর্কের ক্ষেত্রে কাউকে প্রথমে ভুলানো হয়, তারপর প্রতারণা করে তার কাছ থেকে তথ্য বা জিনিসপত্র হাতিয়ে নেওয়া হয়। এর আগে বিভিন্ন সংবাদ প্রতিবেদনে বলা হয়েছিল, অভিযুক্তের কাছ থেকে সেনাবাহিনীর দুটি ল্যাপটপ হারিয়ে গেছে।

একজন ঊর্ধ্বতন সেনা কর্মকর্তা বলেন, ‘ওই কর্মকর্তা কেবল মেয়েটির সঙ্গে চ্যাট করেছে, কোন শারীরিক সম্পর্কে জড়াননি। আর কোন ল্যাপটপও হারাননি।’

ভারতের ইন্টেলিজান্স ব্যুরো বলছে, শিবা নামের ওই নারী এর আগে আরেকজন ভারতীয় সেনা কর্মকর্তাকে পটিয়েছিলেন, যিনি বাংলাদেশের মিলিটারি একাডেমীতে প্রশিক্ষণ নিচ্ছিলেন।


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What is going on here? পটিয়েছিলেন chara onno kono word nai? Kemon jani unprofessional lage.
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Old July 11, 2012, 10:36 PM
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http://www.prothom-alo.com/detail/da...11/news/272904

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বাংলাদেশি এক মেয়ের সাথে ইন্টারনেটে চ্যাট করায় ভারতের সেনাবাহিনীর এক কর্মকর্তাকে আটক করা হয়েছে। টাইমস অব ইন্ডিয়ার এক খবরে আজ বুধবার একথা জানানো হয়। প্রতিবেদনে দাবি করা হয়েছে, ওই বাংলাদেশি নারী এর আগে পাকিস্তানের গোয়েন্দা সংস্থা আইএসআইয়ের পক্ষে গুপ্তচরবৃত্তিতে জড়িত ছিলেন এবং গত বছরের শেষের দিকে অন্য একজন সেনা কর্মকর্তাকে পটানোর চেষ্টা করেছিলেন।

এ ঘটনায় ভারতীয় সেনাবাহিনী তদন্ত শুরু করেছে। কর্মকর্তারা খতিয়ে দেখছেন, রাজস্থানের ৮২ সাঁজোয়া বাহিনীতে কর্মরত ওই লেফটেন্যান্ট কর্নেল পাকিস্তানের সাথে সীমান্ত সংক্রান্ত কোন তথ্য পাচার করেছেন কি-না।

অভিযুক্ত সেনা কর্মকর্তা ওই নারীর সাথে ‘মধুর সম্পর্কে’ জড়িয়েছেন, এ ধরনের অভিযোগকে অস্বীকার করেছে সেনাবাহিনী। মধুর সম্পর্কের ক্ষেত্রে কাউকে প্রথমে ভুলানো হয়, তারপর প্রতারণা করে তার কাছ থেকে তথ্য বা জিনিসপত্র হাতিয়ে নেওয়া হয়। এর আগে বিভিন্ন সংবাদ প্রতিবেদনে বলা হয়েছিল, অভিযুক্তের কাছ থেকে সেনাবাহিনীর দুটি ল্যাপটপ হারিয়ে গেছে।

একজন ঊর্ধ্বতন সেনা কর্মকর্তা বলেন, ‘ওই কর্মকর্তা কেবল মেয়েটির সঙ্গে চ্যাট করেছে, কোন শারীরিক সম্পর্কে জড়াননি। আর কোন ল্যাপটপও হারাননি।’

ভারতের ইন্টেলিজান্স ব্যুরো বলছে, শিবা নামের ওই নারী এর আগে আরেকজন ভারতীয় সেনা কর্মকর্তাকে পটিয়েছিলেন, যিনি বাংলাদেশের মিলিটারি একাডেমীতে প্রশিক্ষণ নিচ্ছিলেন।


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What is going on here? পটিয়েছিলেন chara onno kono word nai? Kemon jani unprofessional lage.
Pura news tai kemon jani unprofessional lagchhe. 'Odbhut" to say the least.
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modhur shomporko = honey trap?

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modhur shomporko = honey trap?

No, this required a

SO what might be an appropriate Bangla for "honey-trap"? Let's get the language mavens out.
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No, this required a

SO what might be an appropriate Bangla for "honey-trap"? Let's get the language mavens out.
modhu chandrima...as orphy would vouch his one cost one hunka frikkin thousand dollars in some cheap motel in middle of Iowa
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Old July 12, 2012, 01:43 AM
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modhu chandrima...as orphy would vouch his one cost one hunka frikkin thousand dollars in some cheap motel in middle of Iowa
That's a moon and not a trap.
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Old July 12, 2012, 11:06 AM
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Still feels like a Madrasah in here...
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Dilscoop, Welcome back from exile!
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Old July 12, 2012, 04:15 PM
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That's a moon and not a trap.
The 'trap' was implicit in the nature of "honeymoon".
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Lesson for all of us(Myself first and foremost):

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It is narrated from Imam Malik ibn Anas, may Allaah have mercy upon him, that a man from the people of desires used to walk behind him and say: “O Abu Abdullah! Debate with me. O Abu Abdullah! Debate with me (just one) word! O Abu Abdullah! Hear from me a word!”

He would point with his hand saying: “No, not even half a word.”

He would say: “O Abu Abdullah! Debate with me, and if you overcome me then I will follow you, and I overcome you then you will follow me.”

Imam Malik was sharp, intelligent, and wise. He turned to him and said: “And if a third man should come and overcome us?”

He said: “Then we will follow him.”

He said: “Is it that every time a man comes to us who is more skilled in debating than (another) man then we will leave that which Jibreel brought to Muhammad ﷺ?”

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Lesson for all of us(Myself first and foremost):
He said: “Is it that every time a man comes to us who is more skilled in debating than (another) man then we will leave that which Jibreel brought to Muhammad ?”
Alhamdulillah (Excellent) bro... Liked it

Let's not follow any other person after Allah has given us the Book (Quran), that Jibreel brought to prophet Mohammed.
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Something weird is going on, the past 2 weeks, we've lost power for a combined total of 38 minutes - think the rain we've had is a big factor. The guy who replaces the gas in my generator is not happy
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I'm getting myself bitten by spiders to become spider man. I'll eat spiders if I need to but I'LL BECOME SPIDER MAN NO MATTER WHAT!
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Old July 13, 2012, 10:40 AM
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We have people complain from time to time about the quality of healthcare/doctors in Bangladesh, and the negligence some show towards patient care and more importantly during the drawing up of patient history.

Here is a relevant article and hopefully something that'll give people a bit of perspective....

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Doctors' basic errors are killing 1,000 patients a month

Biggest ever study of errors in British hospitals finds one in ten patients affected.

Jeremy Laurence
Friday 12th July 2012

Almost 12,000 patients are dying needlessly in NHS hospitals every year because of basic errors by medical staff, according to the largest and most detailed study into hospital deaths ever performed in the UK.

The researchers from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and colleagues found something went wrong with the care of 13 per cent of the patients who died in hospitals. An error only caused death in 5.2 per cent of these – equivalent to 11,859 preventable deaths in hospitals in England.

Helen Hogan, who led the study, said: "We found medical staff were not doing the basics well enough – monitoring blood pressure and kidney function, for example. They were also not assessing patients holistically early enough in their admission so they didn't miss any underlying condition. And they were not checking side-effects... before prescribing drugs."

In one case a middle-aged man who had a cyst on his neck removed developed an infection. He was treated with antibiotics but medical staff did not realise he was not responding until it was too late and he died.

In another case, a 40-year-old obese woman was in hospital for three weeks while doctors investigated symptoms including vomiting and weight loss before discovering she had ovarian cancer. She was never given preventive treatment for blood clots – a risk of prolonged bed rest – and died of a clot on the lung.

The study was based on analysis of 1,000 deaths at 10 NHS trusts during 2009. Previous estimates have suggested up to 40,000 deaths a year are caused by errors in care but these have been based on international studies and have not directly linked the errors with the cause of death.

Dr Hogan added: "Hospitals must learn from careful analysis of preventable deaths and make every effort to avoid [them]."

Most of the patients who died were elderly and frail and suffering from multiple conditions. But some were in their 40s and 30s. More supervision by senior consultants was required to ensure junior doctors carried out proper assessment on admission and liaised with GPs and social services.

International evidence suggests one in 10 hospital patients suffers harm as a result of errors in their care, ranging from short-term effects from a wrong prescription to severe harm resulting from an operation on the wrong limb.

But the new study, published online in BMJ Quality and Safety, found errors of omission were more frequent than active mistakes.

Dr Hogan said: "The NHS in the future is going to have to look after very frail elderly patients as their numbers increase. Our systems are not robust enough to ensure we avoid harming them."

The authors say the quality of hospital care should be assessed on the basis of harm caused by errors, rather than on deaths. "If 95 per cent of deaths in hospital are not due to preventable poor care, the scope for hospitals to demonstrate reduction in their mortality rate is limited," they say.

A Department of Health spokesperson said it was an important study which revealed a picture of preventable deaths.

"Patients have a right to expect the very best care from the NHS. Any preventable death in hospital is unacceptable and we expect the NHS to ensure patients receive high-quality, safe and effective care. We know that data like this can help hospitals to improve services," said the spokesperson.

Man who died of dehydration was killed by hospital neglect

Neglect by medical staff led to a man dying of dehydration in a hospital bed, a coroner has ruled. Medical staff at St George's Hospital in Tooting, south London, did not give Kane Gorny vital medication to help him retain fluids. The 22-year-old, who was a keen sportsman, even phoned police from his hospital bed as he was so desperate for a glass of water, the inquest heard. Deputy Coroner Dr Shirley Radcliffe told the hearing: "A cascade of individual failures has led to an incredibly tragic outcome."

She recorded a narrative verdict at Westminster Coroner's Court and said Mr Gorny had died from dehydration contributed to by neglect. Dr Radcliffe said: "Kane was undoubtedly let down by incompetence of staff, poor communication [and] lack of leadership, both medical and nursing."

James Stevenson, the solicitor for Mr Gorny's family, said they were "devastated by the number of missed opportunities" to prevent his death.
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"We found medical staff were not doing the basics well enough – monitoring blood pressure and kidney function, for example"

I don't know how to quote only one line - so my apologies..

The term 'medical staff' includes everyone who is looking after the patients, and in most cases than not doctors and nurses do NOT take blood pressure or the other routine obs in the hospitals. Its usually the HCAs that do this and on numerous occasions i have seen them record the obs without a second thought and they do not recognise an 'abnormal' result or think to tell someone..
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"We found medical staff were not doing the basics well enough – monitoring blood pressure and kidney function, for example"

I don't know how to quote only one line - so my apologies..

The term 'medical staff' includes everyone who is looking after the patients, and in most cases than not doctors and nurses do NOT take blood pressure or the other routine obs in the hospitals. Its usually the HCAs that do this and on numerous occasions i have seen them record the obs without a second thought and they do not recognise an 'abnormal' result or think to tell someone..
Yup, which is why I mentioned the health care system/doctors. The issue hits close to home because of my profession, and I am understandably a bit defensive when it comes to people lumping everyone in the same boat and generalizing - even though I haven't given primary care in a long, long time, and patient history - yeah we're going back to my days as a student.

My point was to highlight that while there are inexcusable levels of malpractice(yes that's what some of it is...), we need to realize, this is not exclusive to Bangladesh.
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Old July 13, 2012, 12:05 PM
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I agree
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Old July 13, 2012, 12:34 PM
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Old July 13, 2012, 09:04 PM
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Try Benedryl.

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Old July 13, 2012, 11:34 PM
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Severe Corruption has appeared in Land (particularly in the last 200 years) Man no longer rule by justice, but rule by desires and status!



This is exactly what happens when Islaamic system of governance is abandoned, It all started from the fall of the Ottoman empire.....
and It happened when those who have been privileged enough to rule by Allah's Laws, became very lax and negligent towards taking care of Islaam so the collapse begin and the world is still suffering from oppression! That is why Allah allowed the non believers to become dominant in the land over the believers....

Muslims became so obsessed with the advancement of other nations that we started following their footsteps to such an extent that we abandoned the Laws of Allah, and the consequence was so severe that we lost Palestine and We not only lost the afterlife chasing the glory and status of this life but also we lost whatever ounce of Respect we had in this life! There is so much killing today, so much oppression today so much INJUSTICE today, that outside of sincere Du'a all i can offer is "E-sympathy". I PITY myself!
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