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Boishakhi TV

Boishakhi Television
Picture format MPEG-2
Slogan Muktijudder Chetonay (মুক্তিযুদ্ধের চেতনায়)
Country Bangladesh
Language Bengali
Broadcast area National
Headquarters Boishakhi Media Limited, 32, Mohakhali, Dhaka - 1212, Bangladesh
Apstar 2R
(Pan Asia)
4009 MHz C-Band

Boishakhi TV Bengali: (বৈশাখী টেলিভিশন) is a Privet satellite Television Channel in Bangladesh. They are broadcasting from Mohalhali Dhaka. Over 9 years they are offering a wide variety of programs including news, movies, dramas, talk shows, and many more. Boishakhi TVs Official transmission began on December 27, 2005.

Mr. MNH Bulu, chairman of BNS Group of Companies was the owner of the channel. In 2009 Destiny 2000 Group bought the channel.


  • Programming 1
    • News programs 1.1
    • Current Inhouse programs 1.2
    • Daily soap 1.3
      • Joyeeta 1.3.1
    • More Daily Soap 1.4
  • Technical details 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4


News programs

  • 08:00 AM sokaler news
  • 09:00 AM English news bulletin
  • 10:00 AM 10 tar news
  • 12:00 PM bangla songbad sironam
  • 12:05 PM English news head lines
  • 02:00 PM duporer songbad
  • 02:30 AM BTV News
  • 03:00 PM ortho o banijjo songbad(Sun-thu)
  • 05:00 PM sara desh er songbad
  • 06:00 PM evening news bulletin
  • 07:00 PM sondhar songbad
  • 10:00 PM raat er songbad
  • 01:00 AM Moddho raat er songbad
  • 03:00 AM Moddho raat er songbad
  • 05:00 AM Moddho raat er songbad

Current Inhouse programs

  • Somoy Takuk Ganay Ganay - every Friday
  • Music Train - every Saturday
  • Nupur - every Monday
  • Glamour guide - every Wednesday
  • Spot light - every Sunday
  • Rup - every Thursday
  • Dhalliwood Corcha - every Tuesday
  • Heath Point - Every day

Daily soap


The plot of the drama series revolves around a college girl named Joyeeta. Julfiker who is a local thug targets Joyeeta and she becomes the victim of his teasing. To save hir daughter, her father decides to marry her off. But, before the wedding could take place, Julfiker kills her father and kidnaps her. Police rescues Joyeeta and she starts living with her maternal uncle. She meets Shommo there and falls in love for the first time in her life. They decide to get married but Joyeeta wanted to share her past with Shommo. On hearing her tragic story, he sets her conscience free by informing her that he is not bothered about her past. In the meantime, without informing Shommo, his mother arranges for him to tie the knot with another girl. He refuses to marry the girl his mother picks for him and the agitated Roshni plans on murdering him for the offense. Julfiker is released from jail after his sentence and starts looking for Joyeeta. Written by Tuku Mojniul and directed by Lutfun Nahar Moushumi, the drama series features popular soap actors Rawnak Hasan, Sayed Babu, Shahidul Alam Sachchu, Saika Ahmed, Selim, Shirin Bakul, Munmun Ahmed, Ahona, Shoma and many others.

More Daily Soap

  • Songhat
  • PHD Salman
  • Chaiman Bari
  • Nil akaser Kalo Rong
  • Somporko

Technical details

  • Satellite: Apstar 7
  • Orbital Location: 76.5 East
  • Transponder: C10A
  • Downlink Polarization: Horizontal
  • Modulation: QPSK
  • Downlink Frequency: 4009 MHz C-Band
  • FEC: 3/4
  • Carrier Type: MPEG-2/DVB
  • Symbol Rate: 4300 Kb/

External links

  • Live streaming


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