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The Daily Star and the Hartal

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  • ezajur
    Today s Daily Star approach to the hartal is lamentable. The editorial should have taken a stronger line against BNP for using general strikes and a stronger
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 30, 2010
      Today's Daily Star approach to the hartal is lamentable. The editorial should have taken a stronger line against BNP for using general strikes and a stronger line against AL for its inability to bridge the gap given its overwhelming position of power. Even on the front page of the internet edition the first mention of yesterday's strike is in an aricle placed 8th in prominence on the home page.

      What on earth is the Daily Star doing?
    • Faruque Alamgir
      *CHAMCHAING FOR IT S MENTORS ACROSS THE BORDER N BETRAYING THE CAUSE OF THE PEOPLE OF BANGLA DESH SINCE IT S(d.stor) ESTABLISHMENT N NOTHING ELSE.*
      Message 2 of 3 , Dec 1, 2010
        CHAMCHAING FOR IT'S MENTORS ACROSS  THE BORDER N BETRAYING THE CAUSE OF THE PEOPLE OF BANGLA DESH SINCE IT'S(d.stor) ESTABLISHMENT N NOTHING ELSE.


        On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 11:50 AM, ezajur <Ezajur@...> wrote:
         

        Today's Daily Star approach to the hartal is lamentable. The editorial should have taken a stronger line against BNP for using general strikes and a stronger line against AL for its inability to bridge the gap given its overwhelming position of power. Even on the front page of the internet edition the first mention of yesterday's strike is in an aricle placed 8th in prominence on the home page.

        What on earth is the Daily Star doing?


      • Mohd. Haque
        The day Bengol was divided apperently in the name of religious ethnicity and East Pakistan was created India and Pakistan both spent their hard resources to
        Message 3 of 3 , Dec 1, 2010
          The day Bengol was divided apperently in the name of religious ethnicity and East Pakistan was created India and Pakistan both spent their hard resources to keep a grasp on East Pakistan. Benagalis now under control of Mughol's cousin in West Bengol were the best bet for Delhi.
          Bengalis, Bangla bhasa, bangla shangsckriti (culture and heritage or common history) all have been used to influence on East Pakistan. But think, them or our great bengalis never says or talk about united bengol that is Tripura, WB, Asam and BD can be one country based on their common culture and heritage. If bangali nationalism is so dominant as they profess could have been a next struggle after Bir Bangalees with the help of India defeated the Pakis. But Indian domination never could allow this, so remain the 'Bengali' cultural proteges and remnant of Indian policy supporters.
          A big and strong group successfully emerged in the soicety as a protectors of Indian external policies. this group as a 'kathin Bangal' in their attaire but eat and drink for their mentor's interests.
          Daily Star, Prothom Alo embedded themselves and successfully brought in with careful machination popular voices to defend not 'poor bangals' left by pakis but what Indians want us to grow up with. This group is very successful (and getting stronger) as was Al Qaeda to defeat Barbak Karmal under the full guidance of USA's foreign policy.
          Nationalist Bangladeshis may rise but certainly for very short period and our progress will be obstructed by all means and that is what happened.
          Please read the article and see the careful machination, if you really care.    
           
           
          http://www.prothom-alo.com/detail/date/2010-11-30/news/112182

          --- On Wed, 1/12/10, Faruque Alamgir <faruquealamgir@...> wrote:

          From: Faruque Alamgir <faruquealamgir@...>
          Subject: Re: [ALOCHONA] The Daily Star and the Hartal
          To: alochona@yahoogroups.com, "wideminds" <WideMinds@yahoogroups.com>, "dahuk" <dahuk@yahoogroups.com>, notun_bangladesh@yahoogroups.com, "Sonar Bangladesh" <sonarbangladesh@yahoogroups.com>, "Bangla Zindabad" <Bangladesh-Zindabad@yahoogroups.com>, "Amra Bangladesi" <amra-bangladesi@yahoogroups.com>
          Date: Wednesday, 1 December, 2010, 5:29 PM

           
          CHAMCHAING FOR IT'S MENTORS ACROSS  THE BORDER N BETRAYING THE CAUSE OF THE PEOPLE OF BANGLA DESH SINCE IT'S(d.stor) ESTABLISHMENT N NOTHING ELSE.


          On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 11:50 AM, ezajur <Ezajur@...> wrote:
           
          Today's Daily Star approach to the hartal is lamentable. The editorial should have taken a stronger line against BNP for using general strikes and a stronger line against AL for its inability to bridge the gap given its overwhelming position of power. Even on the front page of the internet edition the first mention of yesterday's strike is in an aricle placed 8th in prominence on the home page.

          What on earth is the Daily Star doing?



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