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  • Nation observes one-minute 'blackout' marking 'Genocide Day'

    For the third successive year, the nation observed a one-minute 'blackout' programme on Monday night, marking the 'Genocide Day'.

  • Nation observing Genocide Day

    The nation is observing the 'Genocide Day' in a somber mood today, commemorating the brutalities and cowardly attacks carried out by the Pakistani occupation forces on the unarmed Bangalees on the black night of March 25 in 1971.

  • Bangladesh Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal says No arrest without warrant

    One-minute ‘blackout’ to mark ‘Genocide Day’

    Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal says the government has decided to observe a one-minute 'blackout' programme on the night of March 25, marking 'Genocide Day'.

  • ICT lauds move to observe Genocide Day

    The International Crimes Tribunal-1 lauds the government decision to observe March 25 as Genocide Day to recognise the brutality carried out by Pakistani Army on the unarmed Bengalis in 1971.

  • Nation observes 'Genocide Day' for first time

    Bangladesh is observing the “Genocide Day” for the first time, marking the brutality carried out by Pakistani Army on the unarmed Bangalis on the black night of March 25, 1971.

  • When ballots countered by bullets

    Dateline: Meherpur, May 13, 2005- Some workers of the local municipality were digging drains to improve the sewerage of the town.

  • Genocide Day: Letter for int’l recognition this month

    Bangladesh government will forward a letter to the United Nations by this month seeking recognition of Genocide Day internationally, liberation war affairs minister says. Also, elaborate programmes have been drawn to observe the first Genocide Day throughout the country.

  • Cabinet approves Genocide Day

    Bangladesh cabinet approves March 25 as Genocide Day, clearing all formalities to recognise the brutal genocide committed on this day in 1971.

  • March 25 as Genocide Day

    We are heartened by the parliament's declaration of March 25 as Genocide Day. This is to consecrate the supreme sacrifice of the valiant souls who were killed by the Pakistan army during our Independence War.

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