The Daily Sangbad began in Bangladesh on May 17,1951. The oldest Bengali newspaper was founded by Giashuddin Ahmed and the original editor, Khairul Kabir. The original owner was Nasiruddin Ahmad. The newspaper went through many owners including the Muslim League, who bought The Daily Sangbad a year later but only kept it for two years. The newspaper was very critical of the government in the 195Os, 1960s, and 1970s. It looked like the end of the paper in 1954, until it was revived. Things seemed along well for the paper until 1971. Because of its strong opinions about the government back in 1971 during the Bangladesh Liberation War, the printing presses were burned and destroyed. This caused the workers to find a way to replace the equipment and rethink the paper’s contents. The Daily Sangbad would remain closed down until after December 16,1971 when the nine-month war ended. The newspaper started up again on March 9, 1972 and has been going strong .
The middle Twentieth Century
The Daily Sangbad was very critical of the Bangladesh political landscape in the 1950s and 1960s. It was very opposed to the government style of political leader Ayub Kahan. Khan was the second Pakistan president from October 27, 1958 until March 25, 1969. Bangladesh was a province that was part of Pakistan from 1947 until it gained independence at the end of 1971. In 1972, Bangladesh began structuring their own government. The Daily Sangbad was right there reporting the good and bad of the government. Ahmodul Kabir rescued the newspaper and was editor until he passed away in 2003. He was succeeded by Altamas Kabir, who wasn’t the 39th Chief Justice of India. The staff of Daily Sangbad is a Who’s Who of Bengal journalists. Sangbad also has many noted people, including Habibur Rahman and Santosh Gupta contributing articles to the newspaper. Daily Sangbad is dedicated to publishing accurate news that includes political news about the forces of Khaledia Zia and the election of Bangladesh’s first female president , Shirin Charmin Chowdhury. Daily Sangbad is divided into many interesting section that include Exclusive, Crime, Lifestyle, Entertainment, Health and Medical, Sports, a section for women, and others. This newspaper was the first Bengal newspaper to take interest in providing a section that would appeal to women.
Protesters played loud music to protest Nazmul Huq who wants to boost the ties with Opel Fund. Two policemen were killed when they tried to make the protesters lower the volume. Bangladesh is having a problem with finding enough teachers in the field of a education. Because there are no indoor schools, many students and teachers do not show up during the rainy season. Dressois 18 Ward election are postponed due to an four among in suspension
. Bangladesh is having some problems with their school budget. Cox’s Bazar border is having with drug smugglers between Myanmar and India. Buyers at a trade Fair can be attracted by customers who seek a good deal in furniture. In 165 years since it stated the Pabna District is holding their annual festival. Musician Samrami Akter passed away on the way to the hospital on January 16. The 62-year-old was suffering from breast cancer for six years. January 20, 2018 meeting is cancelled because freedom fighter group is considered fake and is accused of writing six bad checks. A medical student at Dhaka Medical /college was stabbed . It took 15 hours and 48 stitches to treat the unconscious medical student. Finally, there is no news criticizing the government.
Shakib al Hasan played with baseball team ODI. Sports enthusiasts would also want to read about Subrbera innings against Sri Lanka. Daily Sangbad interviewed for his side of the story.
Health and Wellness
The Daily Sangbad offered articles like increasing your sex drive by eating garlic. This newspaper offers any tips on improving sex drive. The Daily Sangbad offers seven ideas to know whether or not a woman is pregnant. Each section of news seems to have a topic per day like sex and pregnancy in the health section and baseball in the sports section. The Daily Sangbad is available on line. The daily paper is currently owned by The Sangbad LTD, located in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Shakib wants to divorce his affiliation with Delta APU. There many articles concerning both sides of the issue.
Like many newspapers, Sangbad has a Facebook page. The Delta APU and Shakib are big news on Facebook.