Ittefaq Gets New Printer's Line
Friday, 25 June 2010

Ittefaq, one of the oldest daily newspapers of the country, has started publishing from its new offices at Jatrabari's Kajla.

The Bengali daily is set to hit the stands with its new printer's line with an address of Kajlar Paar, Demra Road, Dhaka-1205 from Friday.

Distinguished for its voluminous classified section, the hugely successful daily will maintain commercial offices at 40 Karwan Bazar and another one in Motijheel.

The newspaper had begun its journey from 1 Ramkrishna Mission Road but the two sons of founder Tofazzal Hossain, popularly known as Manik Miah, fell out over long standing dispute on May 2.

Elder brother Mainul Hosein relinquished his share of the newspaper for the other brother Anwar Hossain Manju and their sisters in exchange for the building where Ittefaq's offices were located.

Manju was supposed to move out Ittefaq within June 24 according to their deal.


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