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"We condemn those who made a film hurting religious sentiments. At the same time, I support those who called hartal on Sunday."
home minister
about last Sunday's hartal called by Islamist group in protest of the film and cartoon made to insult Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

"Now, it needs to be known whether a Nobel Prize can be given for graft because the Prime Minister deserves the Nobel Prize for corruption."
opposition leader
claiming that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is out to undermine Nobel Laureate Dr Muhammad Yunus.

"I am directly alleging that the Congress party has made 2G spectrum and Coalgate their money tree and it's ruining our country."
chief minister of Gujrat
in response to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for his "money does not grow on trees" statement, regarding the decision to hike diesel prices and allowing FDI in multi brand retail.

"We won't spare, we'll inquire into the matter to find out who did what. We're determined to find the culprits."
prime minister
about identifying people behind the cancellation of the World Bank fund.

"I am a big fan of mango, papaya, and guava."
Republican US presidential candidate
in response to a Cuban-American radio presenter's question about favourite fruit, not knowing that "papaya" is Cuban slang for vagina.

"I am man of white (pure) heart. That is why I wear white clothes the entire day. I also always try to keep my mind clean. I am not involved in Hall-Mark scam."
former director of Sonali Bank
about allegations of corruption against him, published in many local dailies.


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