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Audio CD produced by BRAC Bank hits market
FE Report
1/18/2006
 

          'Ei Bangla Bhalobashi' an exclusive audio CD collection of bangla songs was formally launched in the city at the VIP lounge of national Press Club Tuesday.
Produced by BRAC Bank Ltd. the special CD was made under total arrangement of Napin Music.
Launching the CD officially Deputy Executive Director of BRAC Bank Aminul Alam said things that motivated the Bank to produce such a CD was to revive the songs that pulsated every heart during the liberation period; and songs that elevated the spirit of Independence among the Bangladeshi people.
Country's famous singers gave their voice to record the songs.
Alam also said that the CD was an apt tribute to the spirit of BRAC Bank itself which he claimed did not forget the days gone long ago but are also forgetting ahead to new frontiers.
Addressing the launching ceremony renowned poet Asad Chowdhury expressed his happiness expecting that so many golden songs would find new audience.
Singer Fahmida Nabi, Project Director, also spoke on the occasion on behalf of Napin Music.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director (MD) of BRAC Bank Ltd. M. Ehsanul Haque was present at the launching ceremony.

 

From left, singer Fahmida Nabi, poet Asad Chowdhury, BRAC Bank Deputy Executive Director Aminul Alam and CEO and Managing Director M Ehsanul Haque are seen in a photo session at the launching ceremony of the audio CD. FE Photo
 
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