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Uprising against govt starts: Khaleda
Sunday, 05.09.2010, 02:17am

We will cooperate with the government when they (government) take good initiatives. But, we will announce movement against the government''s anti-people moves , BNP chairperson and leader of the opposition Begum Khaleda Zia on Saturday said that the protest and uprising against injustice, misrules and autocracy of the government would ensue from Saturday''s rally, reports UNB.

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Bangladesh moves up economic liberty index
Sunday, 05.09.2010, 02:16am

Bangladesh has made significant strides in the Index of Economic Freedom world rankings, making its economy the 137th freest in the world.

In the ranking, the country’s overall score was 51.1, which is 3.6 points higher than that of the last year, according to the report jointly prepared by USA-based think tank Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal.

BNP calls half-day hartal in Bogra on Sunday
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Obama wants to "begin" immigration reform this year
Friday, 05.07.2010, 02:51am
President Barack Obama said on Wednesday he wanted to "begin work" on immigration reform this year and that U.S. officials would monitor a controversial new law in Arizona for civil rights implications.
Mumbai gunman sentenced to death
 
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