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Govt dillydallying wasted 10 months: BNP

Dhāka : Bangladesh | Sep 21, 2012 at 3:12 AM PDT
Source: BDNews24
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Dhaka, Sep 21 (bdnews24.com) The BNP on Friday said that the World Bank's decision to come back on board the Padma bridge project is 'positive'. The opposition party, however, pointed out that 10 months were 'wasted' due to inaction of the government following the global lender's graft accusations... FULL ARTICLE AT BDNews24
 
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