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Banglalink released a new music video titled "Bhalo Thako Bangladesh" on 14 th April to celebrate the spirit of Bengali New Year with hope, optimism and reassurance. Due to the current situation of coronavirus, there has been lots of tension and fear among the mass. Amid this crisis, Banglalink believes that a positive outlook and looking forward to a better future will help people stay optimistic and hopeful. We released the music video with a view to encouraging everyone to stay positive and strong during this difficult time. On the occasion of the new Bangla year's arrival, I am hopeful that we will overcome this critical time soon combating it together. While most comments will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive, moderation decisions are subjective. Skip to main content. Glitz TBS Report. Comments While most comments will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive, moderation decisions are subjective. Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma announce pregnancy news.
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Popeye is a Bangladeshi music project that has been active for a decade. They do not perform in concerts, nor appear on television, and cannot be heard on the radio. Yet they have quietly garnered a cult following among rock-fusion lovers in Bangladesh over the last few years. In an exclusive interview with Dhaka Tribune Showtime's Faruque Ratul , the members of the project reveal details of their journey and the obstacles they have had to overcome. Talat: It was not something we thought about too hard. When the time came to name the band, we did not want to follow the trend of having the band named after just one of its members, unlike Bon Jovi, Dave Mathews Band, and many others we see in the international arena. The idea was to come across as a single entity, yet have the sound and aesthetics of a conventional band. Raffan: We met through a mutual friend. Talat and I were part of separate bands but back in , I wanted to start a new project with rock and fusion. We sat down, talking for hours after hours about music and which direction we wanted to go.

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Amnesty International released a music video today on the occasion of International Day of Education to make an appeal to the people in Bangladesh and around the world to support education for all children in the Rohingya and host communities in Bangladesh. Bangladeshi hip-hop lyricist and musician Mahmud Hasan Tabib and child artist Rana Mridha, who became popular on YouTube for their songs promoting education of underprivileged children in the country, lent their voices to the song. Otherwise, it will be a mistake, injustice will increase. They will be silenced by the rage of the sinners. Thousands of Rohingya children and youth are denied access to education in the villages and towns in Myanmar as well as in places where they have sought refuge. The consequence of growing these children without access to education is to risk them to life of poverty and exploitation including in some cases through serious criminal activity such as drug smuggling, child trafficking or recruitment into violent armed groups. Nearly one million Rohingya refugees have fled their homes in Myanmar because of actions by the military in the country, many of which amount to crimes against humanity. Amnesty International launched a petition in major countries across the global movement calling on governments to support Bangladesh in educating the Rohingya refugee and host community children. A global petition also calls on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to ensure that quality education in appropriate language and accredited curriculum protects the diversity of social, cultural and linguistic identity of both the communities. For more information about the music video and the Rohingya education campaign, please contact Saad Hammadi, South Asia Campaigner, Amnesty International at saad.

Amnesty International released a music video today on the occasion of International Day of Education to make an appeal to the people in Bangladesh and around the world to support education for all children in the Rohingya and host communities in Bangladesh.

Bangladeshi hip-hop lyricist and musician Mahmud Hasan Tabib and child artist Rana Mridha, who became popular on YouTube for their songs promoting education of underprivileged children in the country, lent their voices to the song.

Otherwise, it will be a mistake, injustice will increase. They will be silenced by the rage of the sinners. Thousands of Rohingya children and youth are denied access to education in the villages and towns in Myanmar as well as in places where they have sought refuge. The consequence of growing these children without access to education is to risk them to life of poverty and exploitation including in some cases through serious criminal activity such as drug smuggling, child trafficking or recruitment into violent armed groups.

Nearly one million Rohingya refugees have fled their homes in Myanmar because of actions by the military in the country, many of which amount to crimes against humanity.

Amnesty International launched a petition in major countries across the global movement calling on governments to support Bangladesh in educating the Rohingya refugee and host community children. A global petition also calls on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to ensure that quality education in appropriate language and accredited curriculum protects the diversity of social, cultural and linguistic identity of both the communities. For more information about the music video and the Rohingya education campaign, please contact Saad Hammadi, South Asia Campaigner, Amnesty International at saad.

Without proper education, it could result in a generation that will not be able to speak up for themselves, speak against the violation of their rights or lift themselves out of their difficult situation. Help change this - urge the Bangladesh government to ensure quality education to children of both the Rohingya and host community. Your choice regarding cookies on this site We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can use this tool to change your cookie settings. Otherwise, we'll assume you're OK to continue.

As humanity is not limited to the confines of any one race or border, supporting education of the oppressed Rohingya children is all of our responsibility. Rap song by Mahmud Hasan Tabib Watch the video.

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