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Old February 26, 2005, 01:40 PM
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Default Singer Abdul Latif is no more with us

Singer Abdul Latif who well known for his song
Ora amar mukher vasha kaira nite caye.....

is no more with us. I got this news from BBC bangla.

I can say nothing but,
Inna..... razeun.

Let us pray for him.

BBC:
Other stories (in Probaho):

Bangladesh 's foreign Minister says Bangladesh's committment to international peacekeeping will not be deterred by the rebel attack on Bangladeshi peacekeepers in Congo where nine soldiers were killed.

Bangladesh Finance Minister Saifur Rahman reacts to the donors' concern on weakening of governance in the country, but evades questions on law and order situation.

India's Rail Budget placed before parliament: No hike in fares.

Veteran Bangladeshi singer Abdul Latif passes away: A look back into his life.



Edited on, February 26, 2005, 6:44 PM GMT, by sasa.
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Old February 26, 2005, 11:22 PM
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Old February 27, 2005, 07:49 AM
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May his soul rests in peace.

On other note, "Ora amar mukher bhasha kaira nitey chai/Ora kothai kothai shikol porai amar haate paye" was the first theme song of Bhasha Andolon sung by Abdul Latif. And I always rated this song higher than "Amar bhaiyer rokte rangano..". The first one is more agitating, more closer to mass people with its bold lyric and rhapsodical approach, when the last one is cheesy, represents a certain putu putu bengali middle class with it's "kheyechilum/giyechilum" lyrical requiem.
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