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Genocide Day today
Dhaka, March 25: Today is 25 March, Genocide Day. At the end of this day in 1971, a terrible night came in the life of the Bengali nation. At midnight on this day, the barbaric Pakistani invasion forces armed with sophisticated weapons attacked the unarmed Bengalis all over the country, including the capital Dhaka, with the heinous aim of silencing the voice of the Bengali nation forever, according to their pre-planned Operation Searchlight blueprint.
Liberation War Affairs Minister seeks international recognition of 1971 genocide
Dhaka: Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haque on Sunday called upon all who believe in Liberation War spirit to be united in realising the international recognition of genocide carried out by the Pakistani army on unarmed Bengalis during 1971 Liberation War.
Remains of those killed in the massacre by Pakistani forces buried with state honours
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, April 12: Remains of the victims of the infernal massacre of the Pakistani aggressors during the Great Liberation War of 1971 were laid to rest at the Mirpur Martyred Intellectuals Cemetery on Monday at the initiative of the Army.
Joy urges international community to recognise brutal act of Pak Army as Genocide
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 26: Information and technology adviser to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and grandson of Bangabandhu, Sajeeb Wazed Joy, has called on the international community to recognize the brutal actions of the Pakistani Army as 'genocide'.
Today is March 25, the day of the 1971 genocide
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 25: Today is March 25. At the end of this day in 1971, a terrible night came down in the life of the Bengali nation. At midnight, the barbaric Pakistani aggressors, armed with sophisticated weapons, attacked the unarmed Bengalis all over the country, including the capital Dhaka, with the abominable aim of silencing the voice of the Bengali nation forever according to the blueprint of their pre-planned operation 'Search Light'.