first_img February 26, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders (Reporters sans frontières) today urged interior minister Altaf Hossain Chowdhury to rescind an arrest warrant issued for Shawkat Milton, the correspondent of the daily Janakantha in the southern city of Barisal, who was forced to go into hiding on 12 March in order to avoid arrest.”This is not the first time that this courageous journalist had been the target of harassment by the authorities and politicians,” Reporters Without Borders said. In the past two years, he has been arrested once and physically attacked or threatened at least five times.Milton left his home on 12 March after learning that the local police had received an arrest warrant from Dhaka. He confirmed to Reporters Without Borders that he went into hiding for fear that he would be arrested. It was not known what charges Milton was facing.Janakantha has recently carried several reports by Milton on this week’s mayoral elections in Barisal in which the candidates include Mujibar Rahman Sarwar, a parliamentary leader of the ruling BNP party and associate of the home affairs state minister. One of Milton’s reports raised question about the methods Sarwar has used in the campaign. These reports annoyed Sarwar and other local BNP leaders, who reacted by calling for Milton’s arrest.On 7 September 2002, Milton was attacked by young BNP activists in Barisal and had to be hospitalised in Dhaka with serious injuries to both arms. Follow the news on Bangladesh RSF calls for the release of Bangladeshi journalist Rozina Islam, unfairly accused of espionage RSF_en Bangladeshi writer and blogger dies in detention Help by sharing this information BangladeshAsia – Pacific Bangladeshi reporter fatally shot by ruling party activists News Newscenter_img News Organisation Receive email alerts to go further BangladeshAsia – Pacific News March 17, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Janakantha correspondent goes into hiding to avoid arrest May 19, 2021 Find out more February 22, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

first_imgFormer champion tennis player Mark Kratzmann talks about his dream home and why he loves living in Maroochydore.Former Australian professional tennis player Mark Kratzmann has won 18 double titles and his best slam performance in singles was reaching the fourth round of the 1987 Australian Open. Kratzmann achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No. 50 in March 1990.He shares why he loves living on the Sunshine Coast. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoFormer tennis player Mark Kratzmann in action. Picture: Jamie Hanson. DREAM QUEENSLAND HOME Picnic Point Esplanade, Maroochydore. For all the above reasons however this quiet cul-de-sac is one of the very few on the whole Sunshine Coast that doesn’t get any road noise or through traffic.There is a boat ramp 100m away so it is easy and fast to be in the river enjoying the coastal lifestyle. Probably on Sydney Harbour looking at the bridge and Opera House. And Geneva Switzerland. Bradman Ave, Maroochydore. Three bedroom unit for $118,000 in 1992.I wanted property on the river in Maroochydore so I could paddle board and fish and at that point Bradman Ave was fairly quiet.Now I would never live there as the traffic noise has greatly increased.center_img I am living in it.Although this is currently a double story house, we are moving to the Penthouse of The Ivy apartments just up the road on Picnic Point Esplanade in a year.No gardens to tend, and all the luxuries o top floor living on the river. FIRST HOME F ANTASY HOME CURRENT HOMElast_img read more