Bipashas breasts groped in Puja Pandal

September 29, 2009

Mumbai: The Bollywood Bengali beauty Bipasha Basu, was extremely furious at the recent Durga Puja. Apparently, she was groped by a stranger and was red with anger. Boyfriend John who was also accompanying Bipasha, whisked her away.
When a celebrity or even an ordinary common woman goes to a puja celebration, the last thing one expects is to be sexually groped at such auspicious and holy occasions.
The actress had a horrifying experience at the The North Bombay Sarvojonin Durga Puja at Read more

Realtors now eye suburbs

September 29, 2009

Real estate companies are opting for more housing projects outside Dhaka, as the soaring land price and its scarcity in the capital have pushed apartments beyond the purchasing capacity of many potential buyers.
Industry people said some realtors have recently embarked on projects in different areas surrounding Dhaka, including Narayanganj, Comilla, Gazipur and Mymensingh, to Read more

Aishwarya Rai ranks 9th on Harpers & Queen 100 Most Beautiful Women List

September 24, 2009

Former Miss World still captivates
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is one of the 100 most beautiful women in the world according to Harpers & Queen magazine. In fact, the former Miss World is ranked number 9 in the annual list proving that her beauty has not only stood the test of time since she won her crown but that her looks can bridge the East-West divide and still captivate the entire world.
Reports state that the gorgeous Angelina Jolie topped the list whilst other top ten entrants include Read more

2.5 lakh offers Eid prayer at Solakia Maidan

September 24, 2009

The biggest ever eid jamat was held at the historical Sholakia Eidgah ground in Kishoreganj district on Monday last where nearly 2.5 lakh people thronged in the largest congregation of the country ignoring Read more

Juba League leader killed in ‘crossfire’

September 24, 2009

A Juba League leader was killed in a ‘crossfire’ with Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) at Taltola in Kushtia district town, in the early hours of yesterday. The dead was identified as Rashedul Islam (35), Organising Read more

Bangladesh ready to export crocodiles by December

September 24, 2009

An unconventional product is being added to Bangladesh’s export basket very soon as the country’s lone crocodile farm is going to export crocs by December this year. “We are very much hopeful of exporting Read more

Cox’s Bazar, Bandarban packed with tourists

September 24, 2009

A large number of tourists from all parts of the country descended on the beaches of Cox’s Bazaar and the hills of Bandarban to spend their Eid holidays. Those who could manage to bridge their Eid holidays Read more

Ctg city people now eating bamboo stalks!

September 24, 2009

Sept. 23: Believe it or not. People in the greater Chittagong have recently started to eat stems of the young bamboo plant. A large number of offshoots of the young bamboo plant is regularly transported to Chittagong Read more

Road accidents kill 26 in 4 days

September 24, 2009

At least 26 people, including four minor girls, were killed and over 60 others injured in road accidents in the capital and eight other districts during the last four days since Sunday, the first day of Eid Read more

World to need 70pc more food by 2050

September 24, 2009

World food production must increase by 70 percent by 2050, to nourish a human population then likely to be 9.1 billion, the UN Food and Agricultural Organisation forecast Read more

Guests barred from visiting Khaleda at residence

September 24, 2009

Leaders of BNP and its associate bodies strongly condemned and protested the authorities concerned for not allowing the visitors to call on BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia at her Mainul Road cantonment residence Read more

DU student murdered Husband held, remanded

September 24, 2009

A Dhaka University student was killed allegedly by her husband in the city’s Mirpur on Saturday while three others died in separate incidents during the Sunday-Tuesday Eid holidays. Police took DU student Read more

Skeleton staff, fewer rickshaws as Eid mood lingers

September 24, 2009

The bustling capital is still in the holiday mood. It was yet to return to its usual look yesterday – the first office day after the Eid vacation. Most of the offices, industrial units, business establishments, shopping Read more

Barakat sets noble mark Signals he means simple business in Janata

September 24, 2009

Newly appointed Janata Bank Chairman economist Abul Barakat has set a new example of austerity and simplicity at the top level of management, insiders say. Upon joining the bank on September 14 prior to Read more

Durga Puja begins today

September 24, 2009

Durga Puja, the biggest religious annual festival of the Hindu community, begins today across the country with due solemnity and great devotion to the deity that incarnates an invincible power of all Read more

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