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BDI Conference 2013 at Queen Marry University of London Dr. Asif Nazrul is the Professor of Law in Dhaka University and a constitutional expert who brings the understanding of legal practices to general people. Dr Nazrul is also a political analyst.These days we find him attending various talk shows and seminars as a resource person where he offers his valuable suggestions regarding nationally important matters.
সুপার 'সত্যকথন' (আসলে 'সত্যউন্মোচন') খেলায় অনেকের ব্যাপারেই অনেকের মনোভাব বেড়িয়ে এসেছে! নায়ক কিংবা খাদক, তেলবাজ অথবা ম্যা-ম্যা করা যার কাজ, ঢংবাজ কিংবা রংবাজ - সবার চেহারাই প্রকাশ পেয়েছে! 'বলে দাও সব কিছু' নীতিতে খেলা চললেও কয়েকটা পুরনো পাপী বেঁচে গেছে বলেই মনে হচ্ছে!!!!!😂😂😂😂😂😜😜😜😜😜😎😎😎😎
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