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Locality of foreboding is Jhenaidah: Student killing one after another


Written By: Tojveroul
29/04/2016 11:27
Bangladesh

    The current scenario of #Bangladesh is the pictorial representation of how a country without democracy can be. The illegitimate Awami League-led government has set up a realm of terror by curtailing freedom of speech, logging false cases, arresting the opponents, taking them on....    Full story...

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UN rights office expresses concern about death sentences in Bangladesh


Written By: Tojveroul
08/04/2016 18:50
BD War crime trial

  OHCHR spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani. Photo:UN Multimedia 8 April 2016 – The United Nations human rights office today expressed concern about the latest death sentences handed down against two leaders of an opposition party by the Bangladesh International Crimes....    Full story...

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Awami League leader’s family set up offshore companies


Written By: Nazmul
06/04/2016 13:43
Corruption

David Bergman  12 July 2013, NewAge A top Awami League politician along with his family established a network of offshore companies in the British Virgin Islands, a country known as a secretive tax-free haven, New Age can reveal. In July 2006, Kazi Zafarullah, a member of the....    Full story...

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Samsung Galaxy J5: New sensation in Bangladesh


Written By: Monir-Khan
20/04/2016 10:51 06/04/2016 7:10
Science and Technology

If you are a gadget freak than obviously you know about the Galaxy J5 handset. With the inceadible battery life and very sharp super AMOLED display, this handset wins the heart of many Bangladeshi people. If you take a survey about the most popular handset in Bangladesh right now, Galaxy J5 would....    Full story...

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Govt, EC failures continue to tarnish elections


Written By: Tojveroul
06/04/2016 0:49
Election

ELECTIONS to union councils on party ballots for the first time, to 639 unions in the second phase on March 31 and to 725 unions in the first phase on March 22, marked mostly by violence with the stuffing of ballot boxes, capture of polling stations and intimidation of voters and candidates....    Full story...

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Rasmolai Of Comilla


Written By: Ulysses
03/04/2016 10:37 29/03/2016 12:57
Blogging

Bogura , Rajshahi and Moheshkhali are famous for curd , Mango and betel leaf respectively.It has it's own value and taste but interesting thing is that people who don't even take it's taste give example of these when situation demands .As I am from Comilla you can easily guess waht my....    Full story...

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NO STRINGS ATTACHED Don't forget Tonu


Written By: Tojveroul
26/03/2016 13:09
Bangladesh

      The smiling face of a young girl in hijab caught my eye while I was scrolling through my FB newsfeed. The hashtag 'Justice for Tonu' was enough to announce what this story was about. 19-year-old Shohagi Jahan Tonu's body had been....    Full story...

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A fallout of govt apathy to blogger killing


Written By: Tojveroul
15/03/2016 23:36
Blogging

    The failure of the police to make any headway in the investigation of the horrific murder of Bangladesh-born US science writer and blogger Avijit Roy even one year after the killing is indeed disappointing. He was hacked to death by a group of unknown assailants near the venue....    Full story...

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Dear PM Modi, it is time to thank Bangladesh for embracing its Indian immigrants


Written By: SNM Abdi
11/03/2016 20:47
Neighbours and Borders

Unable to sign the Teesta River Water Sharing Treaty, Narendra Modi will come across as impotent as Manmohan Singh during his 6-7 June state visit to Bangladesh. On the Mamata Banerjee front, though, Modi has fared somewhat better than Singh. But Banerjee has clearly....    Full story...

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Bangladesh's controversial tribunal upholds Mir Quasem Ali's death sentence


Written By: Nazmul
08/03/2016 18:55
Jamaat Islami

Image: Mir Quasem Ali Bangladesh's Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the death sentence of Jamaat-e-Islami's chief financier, imposed for war crimes, in a major blow to the country's biggest Islamist party.   Mir Quasem Ali, a shipping and real estate tycoon, was....    Full story...

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Rape of East Timor: ‘Sounds like fun’


Written By: John Pilger
07/03/2016 13:00
Colonial Rule & Exploitation

SECRET documents found in the Australian National Archives provide a glimpse of how one of the greatest crimes of the 20th century was executed and covered up. They also help us understand how and for whom the world is run. The documents refer to East Timor, now known as Timor-Leste, and were....    Full story...

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To celebrate or not to celebrate Mother's Day-today's imperative question!


Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
06/03/2016 17:43
Religion & Culture

I hear many of you wondering what is the answer to this question. In the UK Mother's Day has become a symbolic day to venerate mothers. People usually buy their mothers special presents, take them out for a meal, send them off to a hotel or spa for a break or simply give them a special treat.....    Full story...

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50 years ago today, Indira Gandhi got the Indian Air Force to bomb its own people


Written By: David Buhril
05/03/2016 16:56
Neighbours and Borders

The attempt to quell an uprising left deep scars on the collective memory of Mizoram, and led to an insurgency that lasted 20 years. Photo Credit:Representational picture. Natesh Ramaswamy   March 5 marks the 50th anniversary of the bombing of Aizawl – the first air raid by....    Full story...

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BJP secret meeting on Bangladesh


Written By: Devadeep Purohit and Radhika Ramaseshan
05/03/2016 11:38
Neighbours and Borders

- Session at resort near Calcutta to gauge minority situation Devadeep Purohit and Radhika Ramaseshan March 2: Ram Lal, a joint national general secretary of the BJP, held a secret meeting with some opinion-makers from Bangladesh at a resort near....    Full story...

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Smriti Irani misrepresented my work in her speech': Sarmila Bose


Written By: Sarmila Bose
29/02/2016 0:38
Neighbours and Borders

Image: Irani (left) and Bose (right)   The HRD minister of India Smriti Irani is accused of misinterpreting the contents of the academic's book on Bangladesh during the debate on free speech. On February 24, 2016, in the Lower House of the Indian parliament, Smriti Irani,....    Full story...

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