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Bangladesh Law Enforcement agencies killed 79 in just 6 months


Written By: Nazmul
02/07/2016 19:03 02/07/2016 18:57
Human rights

In Bangladesh 79 people killed in 'crossfire' or police custody in 6 months reported by Nationa's top English Daily Daily Star ( June 30, 2016 ) from the Ain O Salish Kendra source. Seventy-nine people were killed either in alleged crossfires or in custody of the law....    Full story...

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Bangladesh Government Shuts Down Critics-HRW reports


Written By: Human Rights Watch
27/01/2016 22:50
Human rights

Bloggers Forced into Hiding; Clampdowns on Expression, Political Opposition (New York) – Freedom of expression came under severe attack in Bangladesh in 2015, Human Rights Watch said in its World Report 2016. While extremist groups targeted secular bloggers and foreign aid....    Full story...

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Enforced disappearances reminiscent of dictatorial rules


Written By: Tojveroul
08/12/2015 9:26
Human rights

THE continuing saga of enforced disappearance of individuals allegedly at the hands of law enforcement agencies should send chills down the spine of all citizens and organisations that aspire for a democratic nation. According to various human rights organisations, 59 people had been forcibly....    Full story...

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‘How do we keep up the fight for democratic values? With solidarity and storytelling’


Written By: Tojveroul
05/12/2015 0:11 04/12/2015 15:01
Human rights

Written by Shami Chakrabarti Shami Chakrabarti taking part in a debate on free speech at the Oxford Union in March [Photograph: Roger Askew/Rex] Words, first spoken, then delivered by script, print and now digital media, remain the principal means by which humans may contemplate,....    Full story...

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Can democracy and genocide co-exist in Burma?


Written By: Towhid
26/11/2015 22:42
Human rights

WE HAVE witnessed a momentous and historic event in Burma (Myanmar); the first real glimpses of democracy with the military dictatorship making way for the landslide victory of Nobel peace prize laureate, Aung San Suu Kyi after over two decades of political exile at an immeasurable personal cost.....    Full story...

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ধন্যবাদ!


Written By: Pothik
28/03/2015 6:41 28/03/2015 6:38
Human rights

সকালে অফিস এর জন্য অনেক তাড়া থাকে। ঠিক মত আরাম করে যে চা খাবো তার ও সময় পাওয়া যায় না। তার মধ্যে ঘুম থেকে উঠে আজব এক....    Full story...

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Thank You!!


Written By: Pothik
27/03/2015 7:30 27/03/2015 7:28
Human rights

It was a typical summer Dhaka afternoon and I was stuck in a typical Dhaka traffic jam. Cooped up in a bus packed way beyond its capacity, the heat, boredom and a growing thirst was getting to me, so I decided to look at billboard along the road to kill time.  As I was looking, I suddenly....    Full story...

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Cold blooded executions of opposition activists continues in Bangladesh


Written By: Daily Mail UK
06/02/2015 10:42
Human rights

Two more opposition activists were killed in a new bout of political violence in Bangladesh Friday after the US voiced grave concern about the unrest and slammed a spate of "unconscionable" firebombings. Police shot dead an Islamist protester from the Jamaat-e-Islami party and wounded....    Full story...

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Political Persecution in Bangladesh-Analysis


Written By: MILI MITRA
03/02/2015 1:05 03/02/2015 0:53
Human rights

On January 5, Bangladesh celebrated the first anniversary of the 2014 general election. The election resulted in victory for incumbent Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajed, president of the Awami League. While anniversaries are generally occasions for triumphant pomp and show,....    Full story...

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January 2015:Serial Killing Mission of Govt Security Forces!


Written By: Nazmul
03/02/2015 0:25 03/02/2015 0:06
Human rights

As the main opposition party leader calls nationwide blockade demanding National Election, a crucial serial killing started from the January 2015 to shut down anti government protests.  Govt forces allegedly targeting the opposition activists. Govt security forces like Police, RAB are....    Full story...

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Bangladesh, a country where the government violating human rights violently


Written By: Shehzad_Aman
11/12/2014 4:40 11/12/2014 4:33
Human rights

Few days ago, two young men were shot by Police at their leg and were heavily injured. It seems like they might be invalid with their injured leg for the rest of their life. One year ago, 7 activists of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) were abducted and they haven’t come back even....    Full story...

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Why Molla should not be executed ?


Written By: DavidBergman
12/12/2013 13:38
Human rights

Yes, I do not support the death penalty, but that is not why I am against the execution of Molla.  Yes, I think there are many legal inadequacies in the International Crimes (Tribunal) Act 1973, but that is also really not the reason? Yes, I am aware of the many controversies and scandals....    Full story...

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Martyr Rafiqul Islam's blood cries out for justice in Bangladesh


Written By: MohammadHossain
11/10/2013 4:01 11/10/2013 4:01
Human rights

Mass demonstrations were held by Bangladesh Islami Chatro Shibir, the largest Islamic students organization in Bangladesh, throughout the country on the 10th of October in demand for the release of all detained leaders including its central President Mohammad Delwar Hossain. Hundreds of thousands....    Full story...

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A note of caution - Miscarriage of justice


Written By: NazirAhmed
30/08/2013 22:35
Human rights

One injustice creates multiple injustices. Miscarriage of justice has been happening throughout the world - happened even in the developed country like the United Kingdom. For example, Birmingham 6, Tottenham 3 and Guildford 4 etc where many innocent persons were victims of worst miscarriage of....    Full story...

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Bloodthirsty Awami League claim two more martyrs in Chittagong


Written By: MohammadHossain
19/08/2013 4:51
Human rights

Rasel and Parvez were like any other men, waiting to celebrate Eid with their families, sharing with them their joys and sorrows over this auspicious occasion. They were like you and me, waiting for the Holy month of Ramadan to end, waiting to rejoice, to pray and to go on with their....    Full story...

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