What Now For LIBYA ?

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 After Muammar Gaddafi dead some TV grab pictures.   Muammar Gaddafi   is dead, Libya’s new leaders said, killed by fighters who overran his home town and final bastion yesterday. His bloodied body was stripped and displayed around the world from cell phone video.© Monirul Alam

 

BNP Chairperson Leads Second Road March in Bangladesh

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 18 October 2011. Dhaka Bangladesh- During the road march a supporter of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party holds a poster of Tareq Zia ( Tarique Rahman), Senior Joint Secretary General of the BNP and Khaleda Zia’s elder son. BNP Chairperson and opposition leader Khaleda Zia will be leading the second road march from the capital towards Bogra on Tuesday aiming to mount pressure on the government to reinstate the caretaker government system .Bangladesh has a history of political instability and the BNP and its allies have recently held a series of strikes in a new wave of unrest. The next national election is due to held by early 2014. © Monirul Alam

50 more fall sick for Chlorine gas leak at city factory in Bangladesh

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16.10.2011. Keraniganj. Dhaka. Bangladesh- Sicked people move to hospital. At least 50 people, including 12 firemen, have been sickened after a pipe of the chlorine unit of a chemical factory at outskirts of capital in  Keraniganj has leaked. The pipe of the chlorine unit of Global Heavy Chemical Company Limited, owned by one Sabur Khan, leaked around 9am on Sunday, South Keraniganj police chief Sakhawat Hossain  said to media. © Monirul Alam
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 16.10.2011. Keraniganj. Dhaka. Bangladesh- A Green plant burn by chlorine gas and change the color after gas leaked in front of factory site. At least 50 people, including 12 firemen, have been sickened after a pipe of the chlorine unit of a chemical factory at outskirts of capital in  Keraniganj has leaked. The pipe of the chlorine unit of Global Heavy Chemical Company Limited, owned by one Sabur Khan, leaked around 9am on Sunday, South Keraniganj police chief Sakhawat Hossain  said to media. © Monirul Alam

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16.10.2011. Keraniganj. Dhaka. Bangladesh- Factory worker use musk at  the factory. At least 50 people, including 12 firemen, have been sickened after a pipe of the chlorine unit of a chemical factory at outskirts of capital in  Keraniganj has leaked. The pipe of the chlorine unit of Global Heavy Chemical Company Limited, owned by one Sabur Khan, leaked around 9am on Sunday, South Keraniganj police chief Sakhawat Hossain  said to media. © Monirul Alam

Street Protest in Dhaka Against Eight Bangladeshi Slaughtered in Saudi Arab

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 15. Oct. 2011. Dhaka. Bangladesh- Magic Movement an organization protest on the street a mock execution scene in front of National Museum at Shahbag in Dhaka city on Saturday, Recently 8 Bangladeshi have been slaughtered in Saudi Arab  and 5 more are in process of killing in the same brutality. According to the media, on Friday, 7 Oct 2011 Saudi Arabia executed eight Bangladeshi workers for their involvement in robbery and subsequent murder of an Egyptian security guard in Riyadh in 2007. © Monirul Alam

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Bangladesh Opposition in 3000 Car Protest Rally

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Archive Photo on 27 September 2011. BNP Chairperson and opposition leader KHALEDA  ZIA will lead a road march towards Sylhet on Monday aiming to mount pressure on the government to reinstate the caretaker government system. © Monirul Alam

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 Oct. 10, 2011 – Dhaka, Bangladesh – Bangladesh’s main opposition launched a protest campaign on Monday in which 3,000 cars will drive en masse around the country to demand that the government resigns. Bangladesh has a history of political instability and the BNP and its allies have recently held a series of strikes in a new wave of unrest. The next national election is due to held by early 2014. © Monirul Alam

Country boats still Popular in Bangladesh

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7. Oct. 2011. Padma River Madaripu- The country boat crosses in the bank of Padma river of Madaripure district. Water transport is an important means of commutations in Bangladesh. Traditional country boats are still popular and provide low cost convenient transport in these extensive island waterways. ©Monirul Alam 

 

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Bidden farewell to Goddess Durga| bangladesh

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 6.Oct.2011.Dhaka- The idols of Durga were taken to the bank of the river Buriganga in the afternoon on Thursday. Hundreds of thousands of Hindus across the country have bidden farewell to Goddess Durga. The five-day long Durga Puja an annual Hindu festivals in South Asian were ended. ©Monirul Alam 

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Ali To Push UK For Support To Bangladesh

Oct. 04, 2011 – Dhaka, Bangladesh – RUSHANARA ALI believes Britian should pursue the international community at Durban climate summit for enhanced support to Bangladesh to cope with impacts of climate changes. The first Bangladeshi UK member of parliament (MP), Ali, is the shadow Minister of International Development of UK Government, speaks on the program ‘Expectations from Durban: UK and Bangladesh Perspectives’ at CIRDAP. The programmed organized by Oxfam, campaign for sustainable rural livelihoods (CSRL), an European Union (EU). ©Monirul Alam