The Daily Ittefaq
One of the oldest dailies in Bangladesh Daily Star. 4 December 1953 Daily Ittefaq was first published, it was weekly. It is published in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka. The founder of Ittefaq Tofazzal Hossain Manik Mia. The traditional role of the editor is Anwar Hossain Manju.
Daily Ittefaq has regularly organized the first page, last page, in other news, editorial, Corner, letters, world news, around the capital, practice (Education page) News, Star magazine (literature and art and culture), IT Corner, IT , stock market, horoscopes, economics, port city, health care, tarunakantha, female courtyard, campus, young Kanchar competition, theology, narrative, joy, entertainment, Dhaka.
|Format||News Paper and the online version|
|Owner||Ittefaq Group of Publications Ltd.|
|Publisher||Ahsan Shaon Mahibula|
|Editor||Anwar Hossain Manju|
|Founded||Yar Mohammad Khan and Maulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani|
|Language||Bengali, English (only online)|
|Headquarters||40, Karwan Bazar,
|Founded||December 4, 1953|
Ownership changed hands:-
Ittefaq began publishing in December 1953, 24 Yar Mohammad Khan, Maulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani and holding hands. Yar Mohammad Khan, the founder of the publisher. However, busy as they are both active in politics and Pakistan movement, they appointed Tofazzal Hossain as its editor. Star’s general election victory in 1954, and played an important role of the united front of Ayub Khan, Yahya Khan, and opposed to the military regime. As a result, Ayub Khan, the 1966 Act and the 1966 Act of June 17 to July 11, July 17, 1969 to February 9, took off his campaign. Manik Miah had to go to jail several times.
Manik Mia died on June 1, 1969, and his two sons took over the management of Moinul Hossain and Anwar Hossain Manju. March 5, 1971, the Pakistan Army and the re-publication of Ittefaq’s office burned down (under the supervision of Pakistani officials) had to wait until the start of May 1 of that year. The Ittefaq was nationalized after the independence of Bangladesh on 17 June 1975, and was the chief editor Nurul Islam Patwari from New Nation Press at 10 Ramkrishna misanastha published.
Manik Mia boys 4 August 1975 was returned to the owner. Manik Mia, however, two sons and two daughters, even though it owns 1 percent of management had been. Two brothers and two of them became involved in a protracted dispute turns the influential magazine conducted. Ittefaq stopped several times due to clashes between the two sides. BS 20072008 caretaker government took full control of the state of emergency during the period of the caretaker government adviser Mainul. BS 010 at the Sheraton Hotel in the evening of May between the two sides formally signed the agreement, and the younger son of Anwar Hossain Manju and two daughters (and their children) took ownership. Mainul elder son in exchange for full ownership of the building was 10 million and the Star.