Muktijodha Shangshad demand war crime trails in Dhaka

DEC 18 2012-Dhaka, Bangladesh- Members of Muktijodha Sangsha, a non-political welfare association of ex-combatants form the war of liberation in 1971, during a protest rally against recent Jamaat-eIslami activity and to demand and ensure the quick trail of war criminals. © Monirul Alam
DEC 18 2012-Dhaka, Bangladesh- Members of Muktijodha Sangshad, a non-political welfare association of ex-combatants form the war of liberation in 1971, during a protest rally against recent Jamaat-eIslami activity and to demand and ensure the quick trail of war criminals. © Monirul Alam

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Last Respect | Humayn Ahmed

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23 July. 2011. Dhaka Bangladesh- A number of Bangladeshi media covers a funeral programmed and live cast of Humayan Ahmed at central Shaheed Miner Dhaka in city on 23 July 2012. The country most popular fiction writer, Humayun Ahmed who wrote over 200 fiction and non-fiction books and was also the country’s top film director and TV drama-maker, died at a clinic in New York on July 19 after a 10-month battle against colon cancer. © Monirul Alam

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Mother Language Day ( news)

Millions of Bangladeshis have placed wreaths at hundreds of Shaheed Minars across the country to pay rich tributes to the language movement martyrs of 1952.  The country is observance of International Mother Language Day on Tuesday, popularly known as Martyrs’ Day (Shaheed Dibas). The memorial for the annual traditional remembrance of those killed when police fired on campaigns on this day, who were demanding Bengali be declared as one of the state languages of what was then Pakistan.

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21 Feb Dhaka Bangladesh-A Bangladeshi decorates the Shaheed Minar, or martyrs mausoleum, on International Mother Language Day in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012  © Monirul Alam