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12:00 AM, October 16, 2010 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, October 16, 2010

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Bideshey Bishistha Bangalee on Channel i

Tonight’s episode will feature Partha Pratim Majumdar.

Profile Show “Bideshey Bishistha Bangalee,” featuring established and celebrated Bangladeshi people now residing abroad, will be aired on Channel i today at 6:20pm.
Among the eminent people who will feature in the programme is scientist Dr. Nurun Nabi, linked to the making of Colgate Total Toothpaste, who currently stays in New Jersey, USA.
Then there's Bengali physicist Professor Ataul Karim who, after finishing his education from the Department of Physics, Dhaka University, now lives in Washington, USA. He is one of the associate scientists who invented the fastest train of USA.
Grandson of artist Mostafa Monwar, Nafees Bin Zafar (34) who first received an Oscar on Graphics Animation from this subcontinent also features in the group.
The owner of six famous restaurants located in Berlin, Sheikh Badal from Kushtia Bangladesh has the proud distinctions of bagging the best Barman Award in Europe.
Dr. Abu Zakaria, a teacher in Cologne University, has carved a reputation as a medical physicist and is a well known personality in Europe.
Engineer Mukhlesur Rahman, an alumnus of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), now works as the second head of the Department of Water and Power of Los Angeles City Corporation, USA .
Munawar Hussain Pial, a Bangladeshi journalist, is one of the 100 members of Grammy Awards Committee.
Starting from October 2, the programme is being aired on Channel i on every Saturday at 6:20pm.
Arun Chowdhury is the host, director and planner of the 25-minute long series documentary programme. To put together 13 episodes of the programme, the director of the programme has so far visited New York, New Jersey, San Francisco, Los Angeles in USA and Germany, Holland, France and Belgium in Europe.
Arun Chowdhury is slated to visit Australia, Canada and England for the show.

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