Muhith emphasises development of knowledge for nation’s progress


Category : English, Louhajang, Mohammad Mohiuddin, Nuh-ul-Alam Lenin

Bengal Book Museum opens at Louhajang
Finance Minister (FM) Abul Maal Abdul Muhith said, “Not only economic growth, development of knowledge is also necessary to progress in the fast advancing world.”

PM mourns death of AL leader’s wife, visits residence


Category : English, Mohammad Mohiuddin, Munshigonj, Sagufta Yasmin Emily

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today expressed profound shock at the death of Fazilatun Nesa, wife of Munshiganj District Awami League President and District Council Administrator Mohiuddin Ahmed.

Fazilatun Nesa Mohiuddin dies


Category : English, Mohammad Mohiuddin, Munshigonj

Fazilatun Nesa, wife of Mohiuddin Ahmed, president of Munshiganj district unit of Awami League and former chief security officer of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, died at a city hospital this morning.

AL expels 32 leaders


Category : Mohammad Mohiuddin, Munshiganj Related

Ofiul Hasnat Ruhin
The ruling Awami League has expelled 32 leaders in two days on charges of contesting the municipal elections as rebel candidates in breach of party decision, sources in the party said.

Inter-division boat race on the Sitalakkha River


Category : Mirkadim, Mohammad Mohiuddin, Munshigonj

An Inter division traditional boat race known as ‘Nouka Baich’ was held today in the Sitalakkha River at Munshiganj in Dhaka, Bangladesh. 17/09/2010

National mourning day observed in Munshiganj


Category : Mohammad Mohiuddin, Munshigonj

The national mourning day and 35th Anniversary of the killing of father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was observed in Munshiganj with due respect and zeal. Bangladesh Awami League and its front organisations, district administration ,different socio-cultural organisations,

National Mourning Day


Category : Mohammad Mohiuddin, Munshigonj, Sagufta Yasmin Emily

A mourning procession was brought out in Munshiganj town in the morning. People from all walks of life joined the procession, wearing black badges.