Recently I have launched an online news portal. It contains a lot news and information. You all are invited to visit this site.

You can visit ::

http://www.bartabangla.com/

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Hello Mr. Mahmudul Hasan

Congratulations on opening a new portal dedicated exclusively for Bangladesh affairs. You are welcome to the part of our media community.

You can contact me if you need any news coverage from Norway.

Regards

Hatef Mokhtar

Editor in Chief

The Oslo Times

Oslo, Norway

Thank you very much dear Hatef Mokhtar. I want to get you as Norway correspondent for BartaaBangla.com

I wish your success also. I am also want to be your Bangladesh correspondent, if you wish so!

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