This is simply insane and ridiculous, Bangladesh government has blocked YouTube as well as Google in the country. I can keep myself off from YouTube for a few days, but how the hell am I supposed to check my emails, access my online documents and spreadsheets as they are all hosted by Google Apps? Moreover how am I supposed to search on Internet now?
How can these people be so dumb to block access to Google? What the hell am I supposed to do with my Internet connection when I’m not being able access my emails and other important services provided by Google? Damn you stupid government, you just angered the youth of the country and we’ll answer you in the next election.
P.S. This is the second time Sheikh Hasina’s “digital” goverment has blocked YouTube, but Google for the first time. I’m calling it the Great Sahara Firewall as Sahara Khatun became the new telecom minister this week.
- Emdadul Haque Milon (19): Archery – Men’s Individual
- Mohon Khan (20): Athletics – Men’s 100m
- Syque Caesar (21): Gymnastics – Artistic
- Mohammad Mahfizur Rahman (19): Swimming – Men’s 50m Freestyle
- Sharmin Akter Ratna (24): Shooting – Women’s 10m Air Rifle
Enjoy the slideshow – pictures taken on 9th and 10th November 2010.
I’ll go there again during the rainy season next year and return with more photos!
The currency of Bangladesh is Bangladeshi Dollar. Eikkk, just kidding, they called Taka (৳). Like many other countries, they are issued as notes and coins. Notes are of one taka, two taka, five taka, ten taka, twenty taka, fifty taka, one hundred taka, five hundred taka, and one thousand taka. Coins are of one paisa, five paisa, ten paisa, twenty five paisa, fifty paisa, one taka and five taka. Notes from five taka to one thousand taka are issued by Bangladesh Bank, while one taka and two taka notes and all the coins are issued by Bangladesh Government. Here’s what they look like:
One (1) Taka:
Two (2) Taka: