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Disaster Management and Relief Ministry said that Rohingyas who fled to Myanmar and fled to Bangladesh will now be known as ‘citizens of forcefully displaced Myanmar’. Disaster Management and Relief Secretary Mujibur Rahman said at a press conference on Thursday in the secretariat. Shah Kamal told this information. The Secretary said that…[Read more]
British writer Kazu Ishiguro receives Nobel in Literature
British writer Kazu Ishiguro won the Nobel Prize in Literature in the year 2017. Last year, Nobel laureate Bob Dylan received the Nobel Prize in literature. On Thursday (05 October) the Swedish Academy announced the name of Kazu Ishiguro, 62, as the Nobel Laureate for Literature this year.…[Read more]
There is no hesitation in saying that there is a bloody Pishcha regime in Myanmar now. And a Sunflower woman proves that she is a silent role in the oppression of Rohingya and the continuation of Myanmar army forces on Rohingyas.Human rights organization Amnesty International says they have found confirmation that the army forces in Myanmar kept…[Read more]
Do I have the right to bat my loved ones? O sleeping conscience in the world, I am saying Rohinga, do not I have the right to live? Why not? I am the man and I am the Rohingya …. and my bombs were born to bear the bombs. My deep mitali with water of Naf river, compared to my corpse river because I am not a person, I am Rohinga … I protested…[Read more]
History of the Hindu Dharmalambhana widows the lives of living women in the cheetah with the dead husband.
Satiadah means that after the death of the husband of Hindu-majority widows, the historical facts of the death of his dead body or…[Read more]
Rohingyas are taking shelter in Cox’s Bazar city and Chittagong
Thousands of Rohingyas are entering Bangladesh with different border points of Teknaf through the Naf river. Then Rohingya victims of torture are coming from Ukhia-Teknaf to take shelter in different areas of…[Read more]
Rohingyas are not extortionists, they are Muslims
After the violence in Myanmar, the oppressed Rohingya Muslims rush into the team of non-Bangladesh border. These people who have come to the rescue of safe shelters have not stopped anyhow. More than thousand Rohingya Muslims are still waiting for no man’s land in the country waiting for entry…[Read more]
It is not possible for Bangladesh to carry this long burden for long
Many donor organizations and organizations and local people are giving humanitarian assistance to the helpless Rohingyas fleeing in Bangladesh. Human rights organizations monitoring the situation in Myanmar and Rohingyas fleeing in Bangladesh have said that the Myanmar army is…[Read more]
Short story: Rat racing
The headphone has just been removed from the ear, I heard someone calling me by name. I see Rashik, childhood friend.
-Or, what is the rashmata mama?
What’s the news? Rashik ran and ran.
-Alhamdulillah, I’m fine. What about you
It’s going to leave. When is the country?
It was a day, di…[Read more]
Because of which Aslam I – in colorful style
I try harder – to repay his debt.
I love the trouble – I got birth
On the world of his grace – how much action will be done
I grew up in his heart – I grew up
Why did you take the mother to God?
Missing mother – you can forget to forget
Give me the power to rule – to lift the burden of thi…[Read more]
Erdewan wife in Dhaka to give relief to Rohingya
Turkey’s Firstlady Emine Erdogan and the country’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Kevfoglu came to Dhaka to monitor the situation of Rohingyas. They arrived at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Thursday (September 7th) at three o’clock. State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam welcomed…[Read more]
Bangladesh dhaka, raid in militant dorm in Mirpur.
Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has launched a raid in a militant dormitory on Dhaka’s Mirpur’s Dhaka Mazar Road. In the fourth day, the dormitory was being run. RAB’s legal and media wing assistant director Abdullah Al-Mehdi said that the operation started on Thursday (07th September) at 8:30 am. He…[Read more]