Wednesday, July 30, 2008
*Ekta Gopon Kotha[Remix]
0.[Boishakhi Jhor/Mon Valo Ney]
1.[Shada Ronger Shopno] 2.[Manush Matro Bhul]
3.[Ekto Pore] 4.[Ojana Mone]
5.[Amara Shopne Bachi] 6.[Miththe Prem]
9.[Ei Ki Beshi Na] 10.[Ke Dake]
11.[Ekta Gopon Kotha] 12.[Dishehara]
13.[Bhalobasha Sonechi Ja] 14.[Bolbona]
15.[Pari Na] 16.[Nupur]
17.[Meye Bhondhu Babo Ki] 18.[Nupur-2]
19.[Shottobadi Ami] 20.[Iccher Ghuri]
21.[Ki Chao Tumi] 22.[Shei Je Tumi]
23.[Miththebadi Ami] 24.[Banglar Gaan] 25.[Ditiyo Jibon] 26.[Jonmesi Tai]
27.[Outro-Bhondu Babo ki] 28.[Chetona]
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
1.[Akhono Amar Sonali]
2.[Amar Shokal dopur]
3.[Choye Gelo Digonto]
4.[Dur Boho Dur]
5.[Joma Chilo Joma Chilo]
6.[Keno Ki Khoti Korechi]
7.[Ki Tumi Bhabo]
8.[Rater Kache Amar Ekta]
9.[Tomake Bolar Chilo]
10.[Tumi Fire Aste Jodi]
Monday, July 28, 2008
Friday, July 25, 2008
Monday, July 21, 2008
[Shopno Debe Dub]
[Sreo Tai Nirobota]
Sunday, July 20, 2008
Saturday, July 19, 2008
Friday, July 18, 2008
[DinGelo English Remix]
[Cholo Shobai-Nescafe Theme]
[Habib & Ferdous Wahid's Mix Melody-Unreleased]
5.[Mayabi Choyai-Groove Trap]
6.[Dr. Osama-Karnishe Magpie]
7.[Manush Matro Bhul-Topu]
8.[Shopno Bhanga Raate-Milon Mahmood]
13.[Aii Chelebela-Khanak Adittya]
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
For the first time Bangladesh Election Commission has published a web site containing the complete list of all voters of the country. Any one can access the www.voterlist.gov.bd through internet. To access the information one has to provide the 17 digits PIN (printed in the back of the slip which was given after taking photograph), birth information (format has been given) and a verification code (printed on below). Take a look on the screen shot I’ve given below.
Main disappointment is there is no link of this site in the Bangladesh Election Commission’s website. As BEC is manipulating this process it is common sense that there should be a link to the Voter List site. Another drawback is that if any information is incorrect then there is no option to make it correct, except a text field which is used for Comments purpose. Probably they put the box to get message from the user for any inconvenience or mistakes.
The bright side is, the whole site is build in Bangla Language. So people will feel comfort to use the site. They also provide the Bangla font that will be required to view the page. Overall Bangladesh is advanced to the recent technical world another step. Hope the site developers will take necessary steps to make the site more matured by giving the users option to make correction in their information. Whatever this is, it is indeed a great job!
Hope you all know that the list of “New 7 wonders of the world” has been declared. Many of us voted his/her choices in the website as we all have been listening about the Great 7 wonders of the world since our childhood. The “New 7 wonder foundation” has started another campaign, named “New 7 wonders of Nature”. Can’t we all try to nominate something from our own, this time?
May be we dont have something like Great Wall or Taazmohol…but this time, we have our own assets…”Cox’s Bazaar” and “Shundor Bon” and may be “Raangamaati”or “St. Martin’s Island”. Can’t we spend few minutes from our valuable time to nominate these greatest natural sites from our own Bangladesh? I’ve already nominated the following sites of Bangladesh for “The Seven Natural Wonders” with the spelling and category written below. Pls maintain the same spelling for the rest of nomination.
SITE CATEGORY COUNTRY
Cox’s Bazaar Coastline Bangladesh
Shundor Bon Forest Bangladesh
For nomination please visit the Link Here http://www.new7wonders.com/nature/en/liveranking/
Please, convey this msg to others so that more and more nomination from Bangladesh can be posted. Please use the campaign poster in your blog or website. So that more people can participate.
About Cox’s Bazaar:
Cox’s Bazar is the world’s longest natural sandy sea beaches (120 km) including mud flats. It is located 150 km south of Chittagong. Cox’s Bazar is also known by the name “Panowa”, the literal translation of which means “yellow flower”. Its other old name was “Palongkee”. The modern Cox’s Bazar derives its name from Captain Cox (died 1798), an army officer serving in British India. It is also one of the fishing ports of Bangladesh. Often termed as “World’s longest sandy sea beach”, Cox’s Bazar is a major tourist destination in Asia due to picturesque natural beauty.
Cox’s Bazar, mostly famous for its beautiful sea beach and the sunset, has several other attractions, including:
Aggmeda Khyang: a large Buddhist monastery, and a place revered by around 400,000 Buddhist people of Cox’s Bazar; and the Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Himchari: an extraordinary picnic spot and famous for its waterfalls and provid sufficient security for the tourists. Road to Himchari run by the open sea in one side and hills in others make the journey to Himchari a path of Heaven.
Inani: 32 km south of Cox’s Bazar having natural corals on the beach.
Laboni Beach: the main beach of Cox’s Bazar and is considered the main beach due to the fact that it is closest to the town.
Maheskhali: a small island, offers panoramic scenic beauty and is covered by low hills and mangrove forests. Adinath, a temple of Shiva, and a Buddhist pagoda are also located on the island.
Ramu: about 16 km from Cox’s Bazar, is a village with sizeable Buddhist population. The village is famous for its handicrafts and homemade cigars.
Sonadia Island: a small island of only 9 square kilometers.
Teknaf: a place situated by the side of Naaf river is the southernmost part of Bangladesh. The place is home to several birds and wild animals.
The ShundorBon is the world’s largest mangrove forest with swampy habitat of varying salinity, mangrove composition, large predators on land and in water and hundreds of other flora and fauna. Majestic tiger, charming deer,enormous crocodiles, sneaky monkeys, numerous species of birds and disparate vegetation have made this diversity rare in the world. With these flourishing and endangered species, the ShundorBon is indeed a Treasure island of biodiversity. This magical mangrove forest is situated along the South-Western coastline of the Bay of Bengal.
The ShundorBon is the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger, one of the most graceful and rare species animals on earth . The Bengal Tiger inhabits in the grasslands, swamps and forests, where it is well camouflaged by its striped coat varying from saffron red to washed brown. They are the National Animal of Bangladesh.
The most exquisite is the Chital Deer, which inhabits mostly in the southern sea -facing meadows. The elusive Barking deer is characterized by its dog-like barking.
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Monday, July 14, 2008
Sunday, July 13, 2008
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
Two days ago the FBI send the BLUEMAZIC owner and administrator a postal notification of a WARNING that BLUEMAZIC is participating in illegal activities and said that we get only 5 days to close the website before they shut it down. When I heard it I was really disappointed because BLUEMAZIC is my homepage and I think homepage of many of you as well. I want to thank everybody for participating to this site and we might be able to open another website similar to BLUEMAZIC, thank you all!
Today it’s 1 April aka Jokes Day, in many countries lie to each other making jokes. In the morning I got a similar jokes by other websites and thought It may bring you a laugh after reading that it’s not true. Have a nice day and please let your comment so we can see how many “fooled” readers we have.