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Siam Sarower Jamil

Siam Sarower Jamil

Siam Sarower Jamil is a Bangladeshi journalist. He has been writing for Imphal Times since 2017. He is active in his reporting about the labor rights, environmental, industrial compliance issues of Bangladesh. He can be email at [email protected]

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Bangladesh Data Journalists’ Network names Siam as President

IT Correspondent,
Dhaka, Jan 11

A 7 member new executive committee of the Bangladesh Data Journalists’ Network (BDJN) was formed at Kawran Bazar in the capital on Friday.
Siam Sarower Jamil of RTV, and Riaz Hossain of Desh Rupantor, were elected as president and general secretary respectively.
The other office-bearers are: Vice-president Ahmmed Sharjin Sharif of Dhaka Tribune, Shamim Ahmed of Jai Jai Din, Joint-general secretary Faisal Hasan Soumin of Baisakhi TV, treasurer Tanvir Hasan of the Manabkantha, publicity and publication secretary Sabbir Islam of Purboposhchim, office secretary Khairul Hasan of Bigyan Path, a press release said

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Bangladeshi Cricket Players end strike as BCB accepts demands

IT News
Dhaka, Oct 24

The striking Bangladesh players ended their boycott and decided to return to the field next week after holding talks with the Bangladesh Cricket Board officials at Mirpur late night on Wednesday.
‘The talk was successful, the BCB president and directors who were here they heard our demands and they assured us they will fulfill them at the quickest possible time,’ said national Test and Twenty20 captain Sakib al Hasan.
‘Based on that assurance our first-class players will start playing from Saturday and our national team players will start camp (for India tour) from Saturday,’ Sakib said.
Sakib said that the officials of the Cricketers Welfare Association of Bangladesh also agreed to organize an election at the earliest possible time to accommodate the representative of current players.
BCB president Nazmul Hasan said they agreed to fulfill at least nine demands of the players.
‘Among the 11 demands they made, the first demand is not in our hand [CWAB] and we told them that we will decide about the last demand [participation in more than two franchise leagues]. Apart from these two demands, we have agreed on all their nine demands,’ said Nazmul.
‘We wanted to cancel the third round of NCL. But the players said that they wanted to play and they wanted to reschedule the third round of play. So we have decided to start the third round from Saturday,’ he said.
Nazmul said they sent the two new demands of the players to the Board’s legal department.
‘We haven’t made any decision about the last two demands. When we saw that a legal advisor is involved in the case, we referred the matter to our legal advisor,’ he said.
Supreme Court lawyer Mustafizur Rahman Khan earlier in the evening read out a list of 13 demands on behalf of the players at a news conference, which included two fresh demands – a share of BCB revenue and better wages for women players.

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Manipuri Library & Research Centre opens at Bhanubil in Bangladesh

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Dhaka, Oct 2

With aims to promote Manipuri Language and Culture in Bangladesh, ‘Manipuri Library and Research Centre ‘ was inaugurated at Bhanubil in Bhanughash of Bangladesh. Bhanughash has maximum Manipuri population in Bangladesh.

Founder and Chief Executive of the Library is Ayekpam Anju, the first Manipuri lady writer in Bangladesh.

The inaugural function of the Library held yesterday was attended by   Yaiskul Khwairakpam, President Patriotic Writer Forum, Manipur,  Rakesh Naorem, Secretary Patriotic Writer Forum, Manipur, Khoirom Indrajit, President, Integrated Manipuri Association and Hamom Tonubabu, Cultural Activist as dignitaries.

President of the Manipuri Library Association Kangjam Chaoba delivered speech on the benefits given by public Library in a society.

On the occasion, two books ‘Punshi Ichellaktei’ (a poetry collection written by Yaisku Khwairakpam) and ‘Nangsu Nupini’ authored by Jilla Leishanthem were released.

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Two cops injured in bomb blast in Dhaka

IT News
Dhaka, Sep 1

Two policemen have been injured in bomb blast at Science Laboratory intersection area in the capital of Bangladesh.
The incident took place at 9:15pm on Saturday night.
The injured policemen are assistant sub inspector Shahabuddin, 35, and constable Aminul, 40.
Sub inspector at Dhaka Medical College Hospital, Bacchu Mia confirmed it.
Both of them are members of the protection team of LGRD minister Tazul Islam, said in-charge of DMCH police camp inspector Bachchu Mia.
He, however, could not confirm whether they were providing escort to the minister when the crude bomb went off with a big bang around 9:20pm.
Sources at the DMCH said Shahabuddin sustained injuries to his both legs under knee while Aminul to fingers of his right hand.
They were first taken to a local hospital and then shifted to the DMCH.
Being informed, a bomb disposal unit rushed to the spot.

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