“It seemed like hell.”
an 18-year-old, who was arrested during the mass arrest, after
two nights in Dhaka Central Jail. "I was fortunate that
I was taken to a room when many had to spend their time in a
toilet," he told the Daily Star.
you disclose my name, they may not release my other relatives.”
A man from Fultala, Khulna
who has allegedly given Tk 1,500 in bribes to a jail staff for
the release of five of his relatives who got bail on April 26.
Two of them were later released.
has been mindlessly harassed.”
while the front pages of the national dailies were filled with
reports of "blanket arrests" and "mindless detention",
the premier categorically denied any wrongdoing.
Prime Minister, however much we may shudder in fear, we want
to know the truth.”
editor of the Daily Star in his Commentary
Prime Minister has told the BNP MPs that people will shudder
if they know the details of the Awami league's conspiracy.
“He seems to be enjoying the debate.”
US deputy secretary of state
on the interrogation of ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
again we may have to settle for the lesser two evils.”
Former Democratic presidential candidate
on the Bush vs. Kerry contest for presidency.
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