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Al-zakir

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Apollo Hospital,Bashundhara
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National Heart Foundation Hospital
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United Hospital,Gulshan


BSMMU Hospital and BIRDEM Hospital
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Continental Hospital
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rangbaaz

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We are progressing brother. Sad part is that a lot of our Pakistani brothers picture us from 70's. :cry:
bro, that's from political point of view and believe me there are many of us who don't believe in those politicians. To me our politicians are the biggest culprits. A common man still loves our Bangladeshi brothers.
 

jinxeD_girl

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We are progressing brother. Sad part is that a lot of our Pakistani brothers picture us from 70's. :cry:
What you mean ? Even before 1970s, Bengal was the most progressive province... Most Bengali actresses/actors were from good educated backgrounds as compared to West Pakistani actresses who hailed mostly from "Bazaar".

It was East Pakistan which produced the film Jago hua Savera (The Day Shall Dawn) which won the gold medal in Moscow Film Festival (One of the very few Pakistani films which ever won any International award :rofl::rofl:)
 
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Thanks for your contribution Al-Zakir.
This thread was an eye opener for me.
I hope the development continues and I hope with time Bangladesh & India can share a genuine friendship connecting people and not just two countries.
 

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