Refugee refugee ‘Myanmar citizen of force displaced’


Disaster Management and Relief Ministry said that Rohingyas who fled to Myanmar and fled to Bangladesh will now be known as 'citizens of forcefully displaced Myanmar'.    Disaster Management and Relief Secretary Mujibur Rahman said at a press conference on Thursday in the secretariat. Shah Kamal told this information.    The Secretary said that Rohingyas who come … Continue reading Refugee refugee ‘Myanmar citizen of force displaced’

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Relief has been received from Rohingyas for Iran and Indonesia


A total of 48.18 tonnes of relief supplies came from Iran and Indonesia for Rohingya who took shelter in Bangladesh. On Friday, these relief materials reached Chittagong Shah Amanat International Airport. - Advertising - Iran's Deputy Minister Ibrahim Rahimpur, Deputy Commissioner of Chittagong, 41 tons of relief materials in his country. Zillur Rahman handed over … Continue reading Relief has been received from Rohingyas for Iran and Indonesia

Burmese Aung San Suu Kyi is now the most hated person in the world, among Bangladeshi and many other Muslim countries


Currently the term of the Aung San Suu Kyi (born 19th, 1945) in the Burmese government is "First Counselor of Myanmar"; It seems, a lot of posts in the government; Besides, he is the leader of the opposition, and the President of the National League for Democracy, own political party. Suu Kyi's father, Aung San … Continue reading Burmese Aung San Suu Kyi is now the most hated person in the world, among Bangladeshi and many other Muslim countries

How much more blood need Suiichi


More than a thousand people were killed in recent violence in Myanmar. Among them, the number of Rohingya Muslims is highest. No, it is not ours. The UN Special Representative of the United Nations, Yanhhai Li, told the news agency AFP. Iyenghi Li has highlighted the recent situation in Myanmar. Myanmar UN Human Rights Special … Continue reading How much more blood need Suiichi

Erdewan wife in Dhaka to give relief to Rohingya


Turkey’s Firstlady Emine Erdogan and the country’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Kevfoglu came to Dhaka to monitor the situation of Rohingyas. They arrived at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Thursday (September 7th) at three o’clock. State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam welcomed them. They went to Teknaf at around 10am in Cox’s Bazar. Turkey’s First … Continue reading Erdewan wife in Dhaka to give relief to Rohingya

Bangladesh dhaka, raid in militant dorm in Mirpur


Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has launched a raid in a militant dormitory on Dhaka's Mirpur's Dhaka Mazar Road. In the fourth day, the dormitory was being run. RAB's legal and media wing assistant director Abdullah Al-Mehdi said that the operation started on Thursday (07th September) at 8:30 am. He said, members of the Bomb Disposal … Continue reading Bangladesh dhaka, raid in militant dorm in Mirpur

Goddess Mujib or Satan Mujib: Imagination and Reality


If someone makes a god, then his human error also does not seem to be wrong. Again, the devil did not even notice his good looks. The situation of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman has been very much like this. I read the two sides of his opponents. One party made him the perfect goddess another team … Continue reading Goddess Mujib or Satan Mujib: Imagination and Reality

Bangladesh Dinajpur Pulhat, Bochaganj A picture of the sadness of life.


Report of the horrific floods in northwest Bangladesh Image Episode (3) Bangladesh Dinajpur Pulhat, Bochaganj A picture of the sadness of life. The mother tried to save her child from the throats! Father tried to save his child from flood water, brother trying to save his sister! Take pictures from Dinajpur Bhishband port.  

Report of the horrific floods in northwest Bangladesh Image Episode (2)


Bangladesh,Poolhat, Bochaganj, Dinajpur

New steps to the loss of freedom of speech in Bangladesh


Like the Information and Communication Technology Act, the proposed Digital Protection Act has alarmed the country's conscious people, media and civil society. Under the new Digital Protection Act, there will be a non-bailable section. Its scope is also increasing. The provisions of section 57 of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Act have been made … Continue reading New steps to the loss of freedom of speech in Bangladesh