Mahfuz Anam confesses to distributed DGFI-sustained unmerited stories

Mahfuz Anam confesses to distributed DGFI-sustained unmerited stories

The Daily Star Editor Mahfuz Anam has admitted to his ‘greatest slip-up’ in news-casting, saying it wasn’t right of him to run debasement stories against Sheik Hasina amid the 2007-8 military-controlled overseer administration. Talking at a board dialog on ATN News on Wednesday, Anam told moderator Munni Saha that his paper had been sustained those joining stories by the military knowledge outfit DGFI. Running those joining stories against Hasina taking into account unverified DGFI data was “my greatest error”, said Anam, subsequent to being squeezed hard by grapple Saha and…

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10 Best Movies of 2014

Here are Vanity Fair film faultfinder Richard Lawson’s picks for the 10 best movies of the year, in addition to noteworthy notice for a few motion pictures that verging on made the cut. 10. X-Men: Days of Future Past In spite of the fact that the Avengers gathering commanded the superhero discussion in 2014 with all their smooth, smart tricks, the great old X-Men conveyed a dull, time-skipping enterprise that resounded like no other blockbuster tremendous this year. A dreary dream about changing the course of history, Days of Future…

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Sunny Leone Won’t ‘Disown’ Her Past

On-screen character Sunny Leone addresses Shekhar Gupta on Walk the Talk about her “infamous” over a wide span of time situation in Bollywood. Here is the transcript of the meeting. “SUNNY LEONE TALKED ABOUT HER JOURNEY FROM BEING THE GIRL WHO DID NOT HAVE A DANCE PARTNER IN EIGHTH GRADE TO THE MOST SEARCHED PERSON ON THE INTERNET IN INDIA. “I WASN’T LIKE A COOL KID WHO HAD ALL THE COOL FRIENDS AND ONCE I GOT OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL, I DISCOVERED MYSELF,” SAID SUNNY LEONE” Shekhar Gupta: Hello and…

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