have been trying to reach the management and the duty doctors,
but they have refused to meet.”
nephew of Khondakar Ali Ashraf, who died at the Central Hospital,
allegedly due to negligence of the doctors.
the whole, it is a country that needs to receive a start?”
chairman, Tata Industries Group
commenting on Bangladesh's track record in contract obligations
terming it as excellent, contrary to general perception. "The
sooner India, Bangladesh and Pakistan get moving together,
the better it is for the region," he says. Tata wants
to invest two billion dollars in Bangladesh's steel and engineering
can change the course of a match with the ease of Moses parting
the Red Sea.”
cricket commentator and former captain of Australia
on Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag.
was a rampage of looting, just like in Iraq.”
newly appointed Home Minister of Kyrgyzstan.
The fall of Askar Akayev's government has witnessed widespread
looting in this central Asian republic.
people will have no other options but to retaliate because
everyone has the right to live like a human being.”
JOTIRINDRA BODHIPRIYA LARMA
leader of Parbatya Chattagram Jono Sanghati Shamiti (PCJSS).
The organisation and its military wing Shanti Bahini laid
down arms after signing a peace treaty with the government
in 1997. The PCJSS says the present government is not sincere
about implementing the treaty.
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