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Old January 10, 2007, 07:30 PM
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it's your nick, isn't it?
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Old January 10, 2007, 07:46 PM
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it's your nick, isn't it?

Ahh a rational being with an answer that went into my radar !!!! Thank you asif. But none of you seem to have noticed the "j/k" at the end of my post.
But your answer makes complete sense.
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Old January 10, 2007, 07:48 PM
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Shahriyar, do you realise that your username doesn't start with capital 'S'?
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Old January 10, 2007, 08:00 PM
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Shahriyar, do you realise that your username doesn't start with capital 'S'?
You should have waited a few minutes before posting. I replied to Asif who had a similar querry.
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Old January 10, 2007, 08:22 PM
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You should have waited a few minutes before posting. I replied to Asif who had a similar querry.
Right, but two person is better than one when dealing with your moodswing everytime your name is spelled incorrectly.
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Old January 10, 2007, 08:38 PM
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Hahaha. Shahriyar's complaining about the spelling of his name (yet again )...I guess he intentionally said "asif" rather than "Asif"
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Old January 10, 2007, 09:40 PM
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Our problem is that we have allowed BNP and AL to become a sort of religious belief system. We excuse our party's actions because every one of us thinks the end justifies the means.

Get out of the cycle people - boycott AL/BNP and boycott the elections.
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Politics must not be detrimental: DCCI
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Wed, 10 Jan 2007, 09:35:00

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Leaders of the Dhaka Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) yesterday called for a common understanding that politics must not be detrimental to the economy.

“Politics must help rather than hinder business. In no way, business activities should be hampered by political activities,” DCCI president Hossain Khaled said at a press conference at his office.

Expressing concern over the current volatile political situation he said, “ The Caretaker government should act rationally and objectively for holding a free and fair election rather than making the situation more complicated.”

The country’s trade and economy have been seriously affected due to political turmoil for the last three months and business losses are mounting. A country like Bangladesh cannot afford such losses, which could be avoided if farsightedness and tolerance were shown by the major political parties, he said.

It is widely recognised that hartal causes direct loss of more than Tk 500 crore to the economy per day and the loss due to blockade will be much more. If we consider indirect losses into account the figure will multiply, he added.

The DCCI president further said, “The institute of democracy like Parliament, Judiciary, Election Commission, Caretaker government, bureaucracy, and even the constitution have been made very controversial due to confrontational politics of egocentric politicians, who appears to be blind to greater national interest.

As a result, on the one hand the cost of doing business-related to bank interest, wages, bonus, increase in pay scales, electricity, gas, demurrage charge, transport cost are increasing, he said.

DCCI does not endorse FBCCI call for emergency, Hossain Khaled said adding that the utterance was made instinctively without prior consultation and decision of the apex organisation of the business community.

He urged the two major political parties and the Caretaker government to engage in constructive dialogue for a credible election.

“Constitutional obligation in holding the election within 90 days will not be a big problem if all political parties agree and reach a consensus… post facto approval can be taken for suitable amendments of the Constitution,” he felt.

Portraying the average losses of each small and medium enterprises at Tk 40 lakh, occurred due to political programmes in last few days, the newly elected DCCI president said some of the SME’s are on the verge of extinction.

DCCI senior vice president M Shahjahan Khan, vice president Md Alauddin Malik and directors Kamrul Islam and KMH Shahidul Huq were present, among others, on the occasion.

Unveiling a survey report conducted by the DCCI on difficulties of its SME members Hossain Khaled said the losses due to hartal and blockades were inconceivable.

Demanding permanent ban on hartal and blockade by legislation he said there must be a clearly spelt-out code of conduct for all political parties in organising political programmes. All infrastructure and economic lifeline of the country must be out of the purview of any political demonstration, he said.

He also said all political parties should be united in upholding national interest at the highest level at any point of political crisis.

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