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Abdur Rahim's death anniversary today

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Abdur Rahim Badsha Mia's fifth death anniversary will be observed today. He was a close associate of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He was former vice-president and life-time member of Dhaka Wanderes Club, founding member of Natinal Hospital. He was father of Abdul Mukit, who is the senior Photo Journalist of Fortnightly Kriralok and Executive Member of Bangladesh Sports Journalists Community.

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