At least 30 people including 10 policemen were injured in a clash on Wednesday morning with readymade garment workers at Mirpur and Shewrapara in Dhaka. More than 10,000 protesting garment factory workers blocked main roads in the Mirpur the latest in a string of protests over low wages and poor conditions. Police fired tear gas and used water cannons to disperse the workers, who sew clothes for some of the top names in Western retail, after they blocked a major intersection in the north of the city.
A village bride on an oxe-cart is going to her parent’s home this painting name “Nayyor” by Quamrul Hassan. Recently I went to see the group of painting exhibition at our National Art Gallery.
Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy has organized a weeklong art exhibition featuring the works of leading and promising painters of Bangladesh. The paintings by Quamrul Hassan, SM Sultan, Shafiuddin Ahmed, Mohammad Kibria Rashid Chowdhury and others on. As an Art lover it is a rear opportunity to see this exhibition.
Thanks to Shilpakala Academy to organized this rear Art exhibition featuring at the same time it is very painful not to displaying our Master painter Shilpacharja Jainul Abadin painting.
The BNP called the strike to protest against what it says is the Awami League government’s failure to provide basic services such as power, water and gas and against “arbitrary” arrests and harassment of its activists. The strike halted transport throughout the country and disrupted business operations.
“Art is not a handicraft; it is the transmission of feeling the artist has experienced.” — Leo Tolstoy
A special court, created to hold the trial of BDR Pilkhana mutiny, in June 20 Sunday morning started hearing on charge framing against 668 accused of 24 Rifle Battalion at Pilkhana BDR Headquarters.
Government and non-government organization in the country were observed the World day against child labour 2010.According to the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, 2003 report, 3.2 million children are involved in labour and 1.29 million of them are involved hazardous work more than 43 hours a week as hazardous since it is harmful to children’s physical and mental health.