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Tetul Hujur now sour with Khaleda, sweet with Hasina

South Asia Journal April 16, 2017   Tetul Hujur now sour with Khaleda, sweet with Hasina Radical Islamist platform Hefazat-e-Islam has threatened to launch a massive movement if the sculpture of Lady Justice – the ancient Greek Goddess of justice Themis holding a scale and a sword – being erected on the Supreme Court premises […]

Two boys exchanging Eid greetings at the National Eidgah during Eid-ul-Azha congregation on Saturday. Photo: Rashed Sumon Star Online Report The Muslims across the country are celebrating Eid-ul-Azha, the festival of sacrifice, on Saturday with due religious fervour and solemnity. The day’s programme began with offering Eid prayers by millions of Muslims at mosques and […]

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Dhaka, Oct 26 (bdnews24.com)–Muslims in Bangladesh will celebrate Eid-ul-Azha, one of the most auspicious festivals in the Islamic calendar, starting from Saturday for three days with prayers, feasting and visiting with family and friends. Eid-ul-Azha, translating to the ‘festival of sacrifice’ – the second biggest religious festival of the Muslims – is popularly known as […]

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UNB, Dhaka Holy Eid-ul-Azha, one of the most auspicious festivals in the Islamic calendar, will be celebrated in the country on Saturday with much enthusiasm. Despite cultural differences in Muslim countries around the globe, the basic essence and goodwill that lies at the heart of Eid-ul-Azha remain the same. Highlights of the day include preparing […]

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Eid-ul-Fitr, the biggest religious festival of the Muslims, was celebrated amid gaiety, feasting, family reunions and boisterous festivities across the country on Monday. The day’s programme began with offering Eid prayers by millions of Muslims who thronged at mosques and eidgahs braving light rains in the capital After a month-long fasting, Muslims sought divine blessings, […]

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Eid on Monday

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Eid-ul-Fitr, the biggest religious festival of the Muslims, will be celebrated across the country on Monday as the moon was not sighted Saturday. Thousands of people have already left the capital to celebrate Eid with their loved ones as a seven-day public holiday began on Wednesday due to government holidays for National Mourning Day and […]

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