Sunday, December 12, 2010

Shahrukh Khan in Dhaka and other events: December 2010

Despite warning issued by the Govt. prices of essential commodities are on the rise, low and fixed income group people are being forced to buy or consume less than what they usually do.

At least 10 people were killed and over 100 injured, as two trains Mohanagar and Chattala Express collided head-on in Narsingdi last week.

'King Khan Live in Dhaka' - Shah Rukh Khan and a team of Bollywood actors including Rani Mukherji and Arjun Rampal, Isha Kopikar and Neeraj Sridhar and others enthralled a packed show of over 25000 in Army stadium, Dhaka organized by Antar Showbiz. Tickets for the show ranged from Tk.3,000 to Tk.25,000 in 4 categories, many with Tk.25,000 tickets didn't get seat.

Crazy crowd- Dhaka

Two persons from the crowd went up the dias to dance

Rani Mukherji with King Khan

The show

Stock Market crash: Investors staged noisy demonstration in front of Dhaka Stock Exchange building following a severe fall.

Garment factory scene

Chase and counter chase in Chittagong

Airport road Dhaka

Workers went on rampage in 3 of the 17 Korean Youngone Ltd companies in Chittagong Export Processing Zone (CEPZ ) for implementation of wage increase. 3 persons reportedly killed in police firing and hundreds injured in the clash with police. All factories in Chittagong have been closed. The Chairman of the 'Youngone group' where about 40 workers are employed asked Govt for protection or else they will wind up investment from Bangladesh. Similar incidents also occurred in factories at Rupganj (Narayanganj), Savar, Joydevpur and Kaliakoir.

Bangladesh clinched the 1 day cricket series 3-1 with a comprehensive six-wicket victory over Zimbabwe at Chittagong today.

Home Minister Sahara Khatun on Sunday claimed that the recent TIB survey report, which found police administration as the most corrupt institution in the country, was meant for creating inconsistency among the law enforcers and to weaken their mental strengths.

The Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) last week revealed its public opinion survey report showing police as the most corrupt institution in the country. The survey took into account people's opinions on corruption and their experience about it. The findings were as follows:

1. Top corrupt sector: police 79%, civil servants 68%, political parties 58%, Judiciary 43%, parliament 32%

2. Top petty graft takers: Police 76%, Judiciary 64%, Land Service 48%, Registry 47%, Utility 34%, Edu System 28%....

Removal of overhead Internet and cable TV wires on thoroughfares between Uttara and Shahbagh in the capital is going on. Its likely to disrupt the internet and cable services in many areas of the city for next seven days or more.

*(All Pics taken from different news media)

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