Vol. 5 Num 156 Thu. October 28, 2004    
 
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Hasina discusses political situation with WB chief
Leader of the Opposition in Parliament and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina had an extensive meeting with World Bank President James D Wolfensohn in New York on Tuesday.
 
Women's bodies demand direct election to reserved seats
Thirty women's rights organisations staged a demonstration yesterday demanding direct election to the parliamentary seats reserved for women.
 
Tell which country's dictates AL follows
Saber asks Tareq Rahman
Awami League leader Saber Hossain Chowdhury yesterday asked Tareq Rahman to tell categorically which country's dictates Awami League follows in politics.
 
Monga prevails in N region
Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad yesterday said the country is going to be "a failed and inactive state" because of terrorism and corruption.
 
'Rab formed to root out AL'
Awami League (AL) presidium member Motia Chowdhury yesterday said that the government formed Rapid Acton Battalion (Rab) to root out AL, by killing its leaders and workers.
 
Int'l confce on aquaculture begins in city today
A two-day international conference on Aquaculture production and marketing of shrimp and fin-fish will begin in Dhaka today.
 
Archer K Blood memorial meet today
Liberation War Museum will hold a discussion today in memory of former US diplomat Archer K Blood, who made himself a friend of Bangladesh with his efforts to mould the US administration in favour ofthe
 
Gen Ikramul new envoy to Saudi Arabia
Major General (Retd) SM Ikramul Haque, former Chief of General Staff of Bangladesh Army, has been appointed Ambassador of Bangladesh to Saudi Arabia.
 
Jamuna TV
SC stays HC order for one month
The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court yesterday stayed the High Court order for one month regarding the private Jamuna TV.
 
Eid Festival from Nov 2
The first six-day South Asian Women Entrepreneur Eid Festival will begin on November 2.
 

 
   
 
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