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“It went out of the control of my volunteers to tackle the huge number of people who stood on the railway track.”
BNP leader
about the train accident that took place in Sirajganj killing at least five people who had joined the BNP rally that spilled into the rail tracks. .

“She is now desperate to save her sons and former ministers. For that she needs dead bodies to create an issue. And that's why she is engaged in killing.”
prime minister
about Khaleda Zia's remark on the train accident that took place in Sirajganj.

“Now, there is no problem in slaughtering the fit cattle during the upcoming Eid-ul Azha.”
director of Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR)
about the surveillance reports from 471 upazilas that the anthrax infection in humans is low now.

“Solve your own problems in Europe before you come to us with complaints. Maybe then I will be open to accepting your suggestions.”
Foreign Minister of Israel
about Spaniard and French Foreign Minister visit to Israel in a bid to reactivate the Middle East peace process.

“I give the status of wajib-ul-qatl (fit to be killed) to Musharraf. As you are aware, he ended a democratic government elected with a large mandate in 1999 and he deserves the death sentence according to Article 6 (of the constitution which relates to high treason). Therefore, he is wajib-ul-qatl.”
son of late Baluch leader Nawab Akbar Bugti and chief of the Jamhoori Watan Party
about Pakistani ex-president Musharraf's role during his term and his allegations in media that Nawab Akbar Bugti was a traitor.


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