Just when the economy has been devastated and millions of worker have become unemployed due to blindly following the erroneous policies of the West by implementing prolonged nationwide lockdown in dealing with Covid-19, Sheikh Hasina’s treacherous regime has hammered the final nail in the coffin of the highly promising jute industry of Bangladesh with the decision to shut down all the State-owned jute mills and laying off 25,000 workers.
On the 11th July 1995, Serb forces invaded the Muslim enclave of Srebrenica in Bosnia in which tens of thousands of Muslims had taken refuge from the Serbian army’s offensive in north-eastern Bosnia. The town had been designated as a “safe area” by the United Nations (UN) and declared as being under UN protection. In the days following the capture of Srebrenica, 8000 Muslim men and boys were executed in cold blood by the Serbs.
“25 Years On: Lessons from Srebrenica” How can the remembrance of the brutal events of the past help us to reshape our future as Muslims to achieve security and justice? How can we break the legacy of genocides which afflict our Ummah…so that history does not continue to repeat itself? This campaign launched by the Women’s section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir hopes to address these issues.
Indian Oil Corporation and Beximco LPG have signed an agreement to form a 50:50 joint venture company for LPG business in Bangladesh. As per the business plan, the JVC will begin functioning by acquiring Beximco’s existing LPG assets, according to a statement issued by Beximco on Tuesday.