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  1. Zahidul Haque Khan
    February 18, 2010 at 4:05 am

    This team are well and good. I congratulation this type of work from heart. I wish all of them.

    Zahidul Haque Khan
    Center for eParliament Research, Dhaka, Bangladesh
    01714041017

  2. manjoor Rahim
    July 27, 2010 at 2:37 am

    Dear Maskwaith,

    Congratulations on launching your own e-news site! wishing you huge success and hoping that this sight would attract scores of readers craving for objective coverage of Bangladesh.

  3. July 27, 2010 at 7:34 pm

    Dear Sir,
    Thank you very much. This is our (pluralistic) information fest. Please join us and drop in with your wisdom for generation next. Would you consider starting an autobiography of a globe-walker? We would greatly appreciate it.

    Regards.

  4. Sanjay Das
    September 15, 2011 at 12:16 pm

    Dear Aparna,

    My name is Sanjay Das and I am a British Bengali. Over the past month I have been looking to publish a small newsletter to help unite and strengthen the British Bengali community and in particular help our Bangladeshi International Students who have been facing great hardship in the UK over the past few years.

    The name of my Publication is Shikha News. To begin with, we have started it as a monthly publication, but as public awareness and our readership demand increases we plan to improve this to a fortnightly and then a weekly publication.

    We would like to invite you to become a guest writer for our publication and submit articles of interest to our publication. You will of course we given full recognition for any articles published. You will of course be helping to develop this publication from its infancy stage.

    We welcome articles in both written English and Bengali.

    The first issue has already gone to print. I have attached a PDF copy of our first issue for your viewing pleasure. Please do understand that this is our first publication, it is short, but the main purpose of it was to create public interest and awareness. The Publication is a free publication to begin with and will be distributed to the largest Bengali communities in the UK such as London, Birmingham, Manchester and a few designated locations in Bangladesh such as Sylhet and Dhaka.

    We have also started a FaceBook Fan Page, please feel free to join and submit any post of interest on our fan page. Simply type in SHIKHA NEWS in the search field and you will locate our fan page immediately.

    If you feel this opportunity is of interest to you, please contact me to discuss the opportunity in more detail.

    I look forward to your reply.

    Kind regards

    Sanjay Das
    Co Founder / Creative Editor of Shikha News

  5. tanvir
    October 16, 2011 at 11:58 am

    dear aparna hellow im tanvir from chittagong,bangladesh and i have a big fan of e-bangladesh and i want to work e-bangladesh news in chittagong division.im a student of honr’s. please please consider my self .

  6. aman
    November 13, 2011 at 4:35 pm

    Dear editor,
    I am a Bangladeshi citizen. Currently I live in Malaysia.
    Appreciate if you could kindly publish the following letter in your respectable daily newspaper of Bangladesh.

    Best regards,
    Aman Ullah
    Malaysia

    Dear Bangladeshi Prime Minister [PM], Asslalamualaikum. I love and honor your dad, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the greatest Bangladeshi and the greatest Bangladeshi leader of all time. May God bless him. I love your leadership and congratulations on bringing about many positive changes and development in Bangladesh since last three- four years. Bangladeshis at home and abroad love you so much. we always pray for your wel-bieng. Much more can be done. Until today we are still a third class economy. As a nation we fail to get any respect when we are abroad. This is because we are still a very poor country. Everyone abroad look down upon Bangladeshis. Because Bangladeshis [ including myself] are still very illiterate. 90% of Bangladeshis in Malaysia [ besides earning good income in Malaysian construction, factory and service sectors] are still MAINLY after Indonesian women. Why dont Bangladeshi migrant workers in Malaysia go for Philippino [ or even better Negro women] women instead? Even Indonesian women are ALWAYS abusing us. They are dumping us after all our money is FINISHED. They screw us good and proper. We can never screw them [ Indonesian women]! So we NEED to change. We need to muli-nationalize our mentality. We Bangladeshis need to learn to speak English. We need to transform 1000%. We need to follow programs like 1Malaysia. 1Malaysia is about serving the ordinary people. 1Malaysia is all about listening to the grievances and sufferings of the ordinary people. 1Malaysia is about being people oriented. “Rakyat didahulukan, pencapaian diutamakan’ means people first and performance/ achievement is the priority. We [ Bangladeshis at home and abroad] together as a united nation can make Bangladesh one of the most developed nations on earth. We can even be more progressive than Singapore. Malaysia has already helped us a lot. Bangladeshi migrant workers in Malasyia has already sent to Bangladesh billions of ringgit / crores of taka year after year [for last 20-30 years]. Malaysia is an economic giant and M’sian government [ and I shall confidently saya, ONLY Malaysian government] has the ability, willingness and financial resources to help Bangladesh become a high income nation by year 2030. Every step that Malaysian government takes results in immediate performance which is immediately measurable. These are concrete projects. Very objective projects. No long [ and subjective] sermons needed to explain those objective and concrete performance. Every Malaysian is a better Malaysian tomorrow. The economic pie is increasing day by day; even by the hours. I would like to suggest that our [Bangladeshi] government engages with Malaysian government and private sector more aggressively and more comprehensively. We should look beyond just manpower. Sending manpower to M’sia is good but not enough. We can seek M’sias help [ through KTMB- Malaysian Railway company] in developing Bangladesh railway, to start / undertake LRT [ Light railway transit] projects, bullet train [ like or even better than the one that goes to the KLIA and KL central Malaysia] build world class high way [ Like PLUS, NKVE, SKVE, Litrak, Besraya and more] , build airport like KLIA, build building like Petronas Twin tower, build cities like Cyberjaya, Putrajaya, Sunway, Damansara, Shah alam, i-city and more. Malasyian government is a world class government and can help Bangladesh in a million ways. I would suggest that Bangladesh government lease Bangladesh to Malaysian government for next fifty years. By that time, not a single bangladeshi citizen would have to come all the way to Malaysia to seek employment. We can be self-reliant. Bangladesh can become a economic giant through strategic partnership with Malaysian government and private sector. My heartfelt and Sincere thanks to you PM. Sheikh Mujib Jindabad. Bangladesh Jindabad. Awami League Jindabad. Sheikh Hasina Jindabad. Assalamualaikum wbt. >>>

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