Mukhlesur Rahman Chowdhury

Bangladeshi politician and journalist Mukhlesur Rahman Chowdhury

Bangladeshi journalist Mukhlesur Rahman Chowdhury also known as Mokhles Chowdhury, was adviser to the President of Bangladesh during the 2006-07 Caretaker Government.
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    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    According to Amar Desh reporting in 2009, Chowdhury said that Moeen had intended to capture the country's presidency through the interim Caretaker Government headed by Fakhruddin Ahmed, formerly with the World Bank.
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  • 2007
    Chowdhury revealed untold facts about 2007 military intervention in Bangladesh in interviews taken by media that include the Bangladesh Pratidin, the Daily Kaler Kantha, and the Daily Sun.
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    "Military coup in Bangladesh: Dateline 2007", one of his fact-finding write-ups about the One Eleven conspiracy, was published in the weekly Akhon Samoy of New York.
    Chowdhury later said that General Moeen, Army Chief, was the main force in the military intervention and declaration by President Iajuddin Ahmed of a state of emergency on 11 January 2007.
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  • 2006
    The violence and crisis in Bangladesh received international media coverage. In December 2006, WikiLeaks leaked documents from Chowdhury's mission with diplomats, including Patricia A. Butenis, as well as politicians and other stakeholders on solving Bangladesh's political impasses, when they had worked together during the volatile political situation in 2006-07 period.
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    On 13 November 2006, President Ahmed, Chief Advisor of the Caretaker Government, appointed Chowdhury as the Senior Advisor to President with the rank and status of a Minister of State.
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    When Iajuddin took on the responsibility as Chief Advisor in 2006, he appointed Chowdhury as one of his advisors.
    Mukhlesur Rahman Chowdhury, also known as Mokhles Chowdhury, is a Bangladeshi journalist turned politician. He was appointed as an advisor to the President of Bangladesh during the Caretaker Government established in October 2006.
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  • 2004
    In 2004 Chowdhury was appointed as press secretary and spokesman by President Iajuddin Ahmed, serving from December 2004 to November 2006.
  • 2003
    In December 2003, Chowdhury was elected President of the Overseas Correspondents' Association Bangladesh-OCAB (Foreign Journalists Association) for 2004 period.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1993
    In 1993, he became the Bangladesh correspondent for the Island Upali newspapers of Sri Lanka.
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  • 1991
    In September 1991 Chowdhury became the diplomatic editor and special correspondent of the Dainik Dinkal
    In January 1991, he became special correspondent for the Ajker Kagoj.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1989
    In early 1989 he switched over to the Dainik Naba Avijan and returned to the Dainik Patrika at the end of the year.
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  • 1985
    In 1985 Chowdhury joined the Dainik Patrika, the newspaper which started on 31 January 1986, as the chief reporter.
  • OTHER
  • 1965
    Born in 1965.
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