Bangladesh created history by cruising to a five-wicket win against Pakistan at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium on Wednesday to storm into the final of Micromax Asia Cup T20 2016.
But this victory is more than the game of cricket. In fact, the episode is rather surreal.
The Tigers were carrying the momentum on their side almost throughout the match from the beginning and were looking steady at 104/4 with 26 required off 16.
But by resulting in a dramatic turnaround at the crunch time of the game, Mohammad Amir almost snatched the match away from the hosts. Though out of form, Shakib Al Hasan’s stay in the middle does make a difference. But Mohammad Amir cleaned him up in the 18th over.
The fans stood up, the roar made it look like a war front when the image of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman alias ‘Bangabandhu’ appeared on the giant screen The image earlier appeared during Pakistan’s innings as well but the timing of his arrival evoked history.
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was the founding leader of Bangladesh. He fought the Liberation War in 1971 against Pakistan. The revolution resulted in the independence of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh against Pakistan military who launched Operation Searchlight.
This is now a popular belief among the general people of Bangladesh that their team’s historic win over Pakistan on Wednesday to win Asia Cup final berth has also brought back old memories — of freedom and independence.
Original Post: Jannatul Naym
WHY 15th #AUGUST 1975 IS SO RELEVANT TODAY.
WHY 15th AUGUST 1975 IS SO RELEVANT TODAY ..
It had been forty two years, there were ups and downs, good times and bad, but as a nation did we achieve any of the following dreams of our liberation, why did we fight? what was the reason? where did it start? who were the central figures? it should have been the most exciting folklore in our hearts and minds, giving shape to the collective responsibility towards the land we all share, but unfortunately the fact remains, we don’t know, we still fight about our birth, why is that? Who are we? What is our identity?
A man’s identity is a matter of so much importance, which we don’t comprehend. A person may born without a father, without a mother, a person may be born rich or poor, but there is one thing that every man is born…
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#71again: Abhoynogor, Jessore #saveHindus #saveBangladesh from #JamaatBrutality
The man arrested for the involvement on attack at Malopara of Chanpatola village of Abhoynogor upazilla of Jessore district. Mohammad Ali who is also included in the general diary of this case, delivered a confessing statement at the Senior Judge court of Judge Shumi Ahmed on Monday.
The investigating officer, the Inspector (investigation) of Abhoynogor, Mr. Mohshin Ali informed BD News 24.com that Mohammad Ali is one of those included in general diary of this case. He is the son of Keramat Ali of Baliadanga from Abhoynogor of Prembag Union.
He (investigating officer) also mentioned that according to Mohammad’s confession, all the involved in this incident were activists of either Jamat Shibir or BNP.
Md. Ali in his statement said that on 5 January two youths from Malopara engaged in arguments with activists of BNP-Jamat.
After that, Jamat activists Mahfuz, Mabood and Saiful of Baliadanga village went to and organized…
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official logo of Victory day 2012 designed by: Afzal Hossain – আফজাল হোসেন
যে আজকের জামাত-শিবিরের এই তাণ্ডবলীলা, ভাংচুর, পুলিশ ভাইদের অসহায় মার খাওয়া, রামুর বৌদ্ধদের উপর হামলা, আশুলিয়ার ১০০+ গার্মেন্টস শ্রমিকদের রক্তে আমাদের হাত রঞ্জিত, এর জন্য আমি, আপনি, আমরা সকলেই কমবেশি দায়ী।হয়ত বলবেন যে আমি পাগলের প্রলাপ বকছি, জী না, ঠিকমত একটু গভীরভাবে চিন্তা করলে আপনি ও বুঝতে পারবেন কিভাবে, ক্যান ও কি কারণে এমন বলছি।
যেকোন প্রতিষ্ঠান বা পার্টির মূল হল সাংগঠনিক কাঠ
A shot of Dhaka‘s incredible sky on early in the morning!
Shot by: Proud Bangladeshi
45 years ago, on this date, Ernesto Che Guevara was murdered at the orders of the imperialists, but still “El Che Vive” in all over the world.
have a look on 1964 Che’s speech to the UN National Assembly still remains relevant today. details: http://goo.gl/Z2dmy
In Loving Memory of Ernesto Che Guevara (May 14 1928 – October 9 1967) A Leader, A Revolutionary, A Legend, A Hero, An Idol & A Human, the ultimate INSPIRATION!
Love & Respect