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Bangladeshi Girl Burnt Alive after Complaining about Attempted Rape

Nusrat Rafi, 18, who studied at the Sonagazi Islamia Senior Fazil Madrassa in the Chittagong division of southeastern Bangladesh, was attacked and beaten by a group of male students clad in black burkas at the school’s rooftop premise and then set on fire after being doused with kerosene. Her hands and feet’s were tied down […]

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Bangladesh in Dire need of Sherlock Holmes as Serial Killer ‘HERCULES’ on Murder Spree

Bangladesh Police is searching  for a serial killer who calls himself ‘Hercules’ and has murdered three gang-rapists so far. The latest dead body recovered by the local police had a printed note tied around his neck reading : “I am Pirojpur Bhandaria’s (the name of the victim who was brutally raped several times) rapist Rakib. […]

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Yaba Grips Bangladesh in a Chokehold

IT’S now a national crisis. The influx of deadly yaba appears to have gone beyond control despite efforts by law enforcement agencies to contain it. In 2006, only the rich kids were using the colorful pills, known as yaba, when they first began circulating in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital. Today, yaba is everywhere. – Yaba […]

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Bangladesh Shuts Down 58 Online News Websites

Bangladesh’s telecoms regulator located in Dhaka has ‘shut down’ 58 online news portals, citing security reasons, as officials scrutinise hundreds of sites before a parliamentary election this month. The move comes as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s government is already facing criticism for introducing laws that many journalists fear are aimed at curbing press freedom. The […]

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14 years Jail for “Unwanted” Social Posts in Bangladesh

The much-debated Bangladesh Digital Security Bill (2018) was passed in the parliament last night with a harsh provision allowing police officials to search or arrest anyone without any warrant. Section 43 of the new law says if a police official believes that an offence under the law has been or is being committed at a certain […]

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Female Journalist Gang Raped & hacked to Death in Bangladesh

A female journalist of a private television channel was gang raped in front of her 9 year old daughter by a dozen men then hacked to death at her home in Radhanagar area of Pabna district in Bangladesh. Subarna Akter Nodi, 32, was the Pabna correspondent of Ananda TV. She was also working as a […]

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Bangladeshi Film Star Nawshaba Arrested over Anti-government Social Posts

Quazi Nawshaba Ahmed is a TV and film actress and voice artiste. Ahmed was arrested was on 4 August 2018 at 10:30 PM from Uttara Dhaka Bangladesh by the local law enforcers named RAB or Rapid Action Battalion. She was accused of spreading false news over the 2018 Bangladesh road safety protests. On 5 August 2018, Rapid Action Battalion officials […]

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#WeWantJustice Screams Bangladeshi’s to the International Community

The Bangladesh Liberation War (Bengali: মুক্তিযুদ্ধ Muktijuddho), also known as the Bangladesh War of Independence, or simply the Liberation War in Bangladesh, was a revolution and armed conflict sparked by the rise of the Bengali nationalist and self-determination movement in what was then East Pakistan during the 1971 Bangladesh genocide. It resulted in the independence of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. The war began after the Pakistani military junta based in West Pakistan launched Operation Searchlight against […]

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Public Kiss Ignites “Ferocious” Outcry in Bangladesh

Bangladesh: A picture shared by Bangladeshi Photographer Jibon Ahmed on his social media handle hasn’t gone viral but also made him pay the price. What’s there in that sensational/controversial pic? The photo — a dreamy scene of two lovers kissing in the monsoon rain — went viral in Bangladesh almost immediately after photojournalist Jibon Ahmed […]

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Bangladeshi Local Newspaper Editor Chopped with Machete’s in front of Police

Mahmudur Rahman (Bengali: মাহমুদুর রহমান; born 6 July 1953) is the one of the owners and the editor of one of Bangladesh’s Bengali daily newspapers, Amar Desh. He is also an engineer and businessman. Amar Desh acting Editor Mahmudur Rahman was attacked right in front of the local law enforcement on the premises of the Kushtia court, allegedly by Bangladesh Chhatra […]

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Bangladesh – dawn of Islamism | DW Documentary

– In Bangladesh headlines are dominated by violence: Secular bloggers murdered by islamic extremists, government opponents disappear, the Hindu minority is under attack. The country that wants to reconcile democracy and Islam appears to be finding it harder and harder to strike a balance between the two. Bangladesh was born in blood. The Bangladeshi government […]

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Bangladeshi Air passenger tied up after Masturbating on Malaysian Stewardess

A Bangladeshi man has been detained for stripping naked & attacking a female flight attendant while masturbating on her uniform skirt during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Dhaka. The incident occurred on a Malindo Air Malaysian flight from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia to Dhaka Bangladesh. Shortly after the Malindo Air flight departed from Kuala Lumpur […]

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The ‘Invisible Enemy’ Strikes Another Intellect in Bangladesh

A top secular / science fiction novel writer named Zafar Iqbal has been attacked at a local Bangladeshi university. Writer Zafar Iqbal was reportedly stabbed in public in front of a daylight audience (of 500 people) in the head while taking part in an university event in Dhaka Bangladesh. The well-known secular activist and science […]

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13 year old Bangladeshi School Girl Burnt Alive for Mobile Phone

A 13 year old Bangladeshi school girl named Aziza Khatun was burnt alive after allegations of stealing her Aunty’s mobile phone were found out to be true. Beauty Begum, the paternal aunt of Aziza, accused Aziza of stealing a mobile phone, which disappeared from her house eight days ago, according to local witnesses. It was […]

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Suicide Rate “Sky-Rockets” in Bangladesh

Bangladesh scored 8th position in the list of high suicide-prone countries, as it witnessed nearly ten incidents of suicides among every 100,000 people, an official report of the World Health Organisation stated. According to a report by Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh published in 2015, around 7,000,000 people of Bangladesh are prone to suicide. […]

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Bangladeshi Rickshaw puller Protests Police Corruption by Self-Immolation

Bangladeshi Police Force demands a bribe of TK2,000 (USD $25) leading to Self-Immolation of Rickshaw puller named Shamin Sikder. – Shamim Sikder is a 35 year old rickshaw puller from Norsingpur area of Ashulia, Dhaka Bangladesh. He set himself on fire after traffic police stopped him and seized the battery from his battery-run rickshaw in […]

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Bangladesh – A Nation Suffering from Multiple Personality Disorder

Since its independence in 1971 from the then West Pakistan, Bangladesh – a Muslim majority country – has had its fair share of Multiple Personality Disorder when it comes to his cultural roots and basic traditions. It was a country under the Pakistan rule  (before 1977) where there were a mixture of both Hindu Indian […]

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Cardamom, Clove & Lime Tea to Lower Blood Pressure

A critical step in preventing and treating high blood pressure is a healthy lifestyle. The primary fix to lower high BP is to reduce the intake of common salt (sodium chloride, NaCl). – Watch my other video on “Ways to Reduce BP Naturally” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oH8KPCO8tlg This tea should be treated as a secondary fix to […]

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The Cancerous Growth of Islamic Militant in a Third World Nation – Bangladesh

When I was growing up (in Bangladesh) I never saw my mother or my grandmother wear the Hijab or the Burqa. But they were both (Indian) Muslim ladies who followed the Indian culture and wore Indian Saree and Selwar. When my mother was in her teens she wore western outfits like jeans and t-shirt in […]

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Radical Group of Bangladesh Demands Removal of Greek Goddess

Leaders of the radical group of Bangladesh called Hefazat-e-Islam have threatened to stage demonstrations in the capital city Dhaka and the port city Chittagong if their demand for the removal of a newly sculpted sculpture depicting the Greek goddess Themis (an allegorical embodiment of the moral force in judicial systems) removal is not met. The […]

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