Hussain Muhammad Ershad’s Jatyio Party’s proposed alliances, in the context of recent political development in Bangladesh.

Written By: Mozafor
15/11/2013 21:33

Recent statement made by Hussain Muhammad Ershad has some positive and some negative aspect in the context of recent political development. The positive aspect is his expressed determination not to go to any election if the main opposition BNP does not take part. But his intention though strongly....    Full story...

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Written By: NazirAhmed
14/11/2013 22:09

History tells us that the ends of the governments with two-third brute majorities have not gone well in the Indian Sub-Continent.  In India, Indira Gandhi’s government once got the two-third majority in Parliament but that resulted in her declaring state of emergency.....    Full story...

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2013 Bangladesh war of Independence from Indian hegemony

Written By: Mozafor
09/11/2013 16:48

The people of Bangladesh are clearly fighting another war to save our country from new hegemonic power India. Many have dubbed it as, 2013 Bangladesh war of independence from Indian hegemony and political bullying. India has openly displayed its intention to decide political and economic future....    Full story...

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Begum Zia’s telephone conversation and a nifty intent by Sheikh Hasina to foil meaningful dialogue with the opposition

Written By: Mozafor
02/11/2013 19:08

There is a thing called reasonable demand, but some of our civil society blinded by partisan politics seems not to understand the difference between the reasonable, and unreasonable. Some times to show their neutrality, they blame both party’s for the stalemate on the question of election....    Full story...

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Bangladesh roars as the Opposition rises: A New Pledge to revive democracy in jeopardy

Written By: VorerPakhi
25/10/2013 17:59

[CNN iReport written by me on today's grand gala Rally of the Opposition 18-party Alliance] Just click the link below to read this gorgeous piece of writing:    Full story...

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Confronting propaganda about the Lalkhan Madrasa fire

Written By: BUETian
08/10/2013 4:24 08/10/2013 4:23

Bangladesh is currently a highly polarized nation – divided into loosely a self-described “Bengali Nationalist” or “secularist” camp consisting of those with leftist tendencies and an “Islamist” or “Bangladeshi Nationalist” camp consisting of....    Full story...

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Protest in Birmingham against kangaroo trial and authoritarian politics of Hasina Government in Bangladesh

Written By: monawwar_ahmed
05/10/2013 23:37 05/10/2013 19:39

Birmingham. Today, Friday, 4 October 2013, a crowd of Bangladeshis, organised by the 18 Party Alliance and their supporters, trailed along the busy street of Coventry Road, Small Health Birmingham in their twos and threes to denounce and protest against what they called the trial of....    Full story...

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Biography of Abdul Kader Mollah

Written By: MohammadHossain
16/09/2013 14:35

Renowned for his social activities, Abdul Kader Mollah is a well known leader. He is presently an Assistant Secretary General of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami. He was born in 1948 at Joripardongi village in Sadarpur thana of Faridpur to a respectable religious family. He started his study life at....    Full story...

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Not doing enough is not an option. Removing the psychopath Sheikh Hasina and her team of blood suckers from power is a must.

Written By: Mozafor
13/09/2013 17:55

When travelling from a P2P session, I met a travel consultant on my way home on a bus journey. When I looked at him, I had a pretty good idea that I knew him from somewhere around my locality. I was thinking to begin a conversation with him when he abruptly enquired of my travelling destination.....    Full story...

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A Grinding Mill called Democracy in Bangladesh: My thoughts

Written By: MohammadHossain
06/09/2013 17:31

Democracy has always been defined as a system which was supposed to speak for the people, of the people and supposedly represented by the people. The system was supposed give a voice to the silent masses. It was supposed to reflect public opinion. Instead, throughout the world, the system....    Full story...

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Yes Felani, I am guilty too

Written By: MohammadHossain
06/09/2013 17:26

It was only a few days ago that the BSF announced that they would hold a trial. A trial of a murder committed on barbed wires defying conscience. A murder that made a nation cry and shamed another. Many rejoiced at the announcement that the family of Felani would get justice and that the people....    Full story...

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BNP to take a tough decision in coming days

Written By: NazirAhmed
25/08/2013 20:55

The 18 parties alliance in general and the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) in particular would probably have to take a tough decision in coming days whether to go ahead in election under the government led by the Awwami League (AL). The symptoms and indicators coming from up and down the....    Full story...

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Arrest of MP Rony is an act of politics, not an act of love of media freedom

Written By: MohammadHossain
02/08/2013 9:51 02/08/2013 9:49

The past week has been crawling with media gimmicks by the Awami League, topping which are these two:   1. PM Sheikh Hasina cooking for her son on his birthday. This is being repeatedly shown as a testament to her motherly qualities in a bid to woo potential....    Full story...

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Analysis of the the Anti-Quota movement: Shahbag finally speaks for the people

Written By: MohammadHossain
11/07/2013 21:25

On Wednesday, the 10th of July, hundreds of Bangladesh Civil Service examinees began protests demanding an immediate cancellation of all sorts of quota in public service recruitment. Several hundred job-seekers who did not pass the 34th BCS preliminary exam had gathered in the....    Full story...

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Cases against Limon withdrawn: The dirty political drama Behind

Written By: MohammadHossain
10/07/2013 20:50

Photo Courtesy: New Age   After two years, the government finally decided Tuesday to withdraw the two cases filed by Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) personnel against maimed college student Limon Hossain who hails from Jamaddarhat at Rajapur....    Full story...

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