Sep 292015
 

Bangladesh Music Fest.

      
 
This Eid-ul-Azha, Banglalink will be bringing to you a brand new musical programme named “Banglalink Music Fest,” which will be aired on Gazi TV from the third day of Eid till the seventh, at 11:30pm. This program will have no commercial breaks to ensure that the audiences can enjoy the program uninterruptedly.
The event will feature 100 songs with a diverse mix of music from alternative genres, and the segments are: English classical songs, tribute to the legend, Bangla band songs, Bangla folk songs and Bangla classical songs. Popular artists such as James, Bappa and Friend, Shunno, Arnob, Konal, Parthibo, Kornia, Nishita, Jafer, Elita, Nishita and many more will join the stage for the performances.
On the special occasion, Aman Ashraf Faiz, managing director of Gazi TV commented: “We always try to bring the very best to our audiences. We want to thank Banglalink for initiating such a musical fest with GTV’s break-free Eid programme.” 

Sharfuddin Ahmed Chowdhury, head of public relations and communications of Banglalink, said: “We are very excited to provide this sort of musical entertainment to our viewers. Special thanks to GTV for their valuable partnership.”
Banglalink Music Fest
Cette Eid-ul-Adha, Banglalink sera vous apportant un nouveau programme musical nommé "Banglalink Music Fest," qui sera diffusé sur Gazi TV à partir du troisième jour de l'Aïd jusqu'à la septième, à 23h30.
Ce programme n’aura pas de pauses commerciales pour assurer que les auditoires peuvent profiter du programme sans interruption.
L'événement mettra en vedette 100 chansons avec un mélange varié de musique de genres alternatifs, et les segments sont: chansons classiques anglais, hommage à la légende, Bangla chansons de la bande, des chansons folkloriques et Bangla Bangla chansons classiques. Artistes populaires tels que James, Bappa et ami, Shunno, Arnob, Konal, Parthibo, Kornia, Nishita, Jafer, Elita, Nishita et beaucoup d'autres vont rejoindre la scène pour les spectacles.
A l'occasion spéciale, Aman Achraf Faiz, directeur général de la télévision Gazi a commenté: «Nous essayons toujours d'apporter le meilleur à nos auditoires.
Nous tenons à remercier Banglalink pour initier un tel festival musical avec le programme de l'Aïd sans rupture de GTV ".
Sharfuddin Ahmed Chowdhury, chef des relations publiques et des communications de Banglalink, a déclaré: «Nous sommes très heureux d'offrir ce genre de divertissement musical à nos téléspectateurs. Un merci spécial à GTV pour leur précieux partenariat ".

Dhaka Tribune – mardi 29 septembre 2015 14:29

 

Aug 012015
 

"Charm of Korea" mesmerises Dhaka.

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South Korea, which helped Bangladesh’s main export earner clothing industry to grow initially, has continued staging musical concerts in Dhaka in the spirit of camaraderie.
On Thursday, top Jazz vocalist Woong San enthralled Dhaka audience in the seventh episode of the ‘Charm of Korea’ that began in 2013 when Dhaka and Seoul celebrated 40 years of diplomatic bonhomie.
A strong development partner of Bangladesh, Korea opened its embassy in Dhaka in early 1975, more than a year after the establishment of the diplomatic ties in 1973.
The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency opened its office in Dhaka in 1978 as there was a ‘strong demand’ for the promotion of trade and investment.
In the 1970s, Korean entrepreneurs came to Bangladesh to set up garment factories, many of whom are still active in Bangladesh.
A World Bank development report said the boom of Bangladesh’s readymade garment industry that wheels its economy is because of initial training from Korean Daewoo Corporation in 1979 when Bangladesh had no modern industry. 
 
Jul 192015
 

Football match turns violent in Bangladesh.

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Three brothers have been beaten and hacked to death in a brawl during a football match in Bangladesh’s Noakhali, police say.
The incident on Sunday afternoon took place at Nateswar Union in the Sonaimurhi Upazila, Noakhali Superintendent of Police Md Ilias Sharif said.
Locals turned over one Fatema Begum to police for allegedly supplying sharp weapons used in the assault.
SP Sharif identified the victims as ‘Kamal’, 36, ‘Harun’, 32, and ‘Bablu’, 27, of Kazinagar village.  

 


 

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