Democracy

Imprisoned Democracy leads Bangladesh to Extremism

Imprisoned Democracy leads Bangladesh to Extremism

Though democracy is now imprisoned in Bangladesh, but in 1971 it was the immediate spirit and reason of its liberation war. As soon as Radio Pakistan in its 2-PM news bulletin broadcast on March 2, 1971, that the scheduled Pakistan National Assembly Session wouldn’t be held in Dhaka on March 3, 1971, the then East […]

Save Democracy Save Bangladesh

Save Democracy Save Bangladesh

The ongoing happenings in Bangladesh worry the peace-loving people around the world. None gets logic why controversially elected government that claims to believe in democracy could be so cruel and remain in power defying the outcry of the international communities, not to speak of the poor Bangladeshis. History never experienced such despotic and cruel rule […]

Bangla-Burma bilateralism – Victim of Asymmetric Dyads

Bangla-Burma bilateralism – Victim of Asymmetric Dyads

Myanmar’s chronic martial rule (nowadays tends to improve) imposes upon major impediments towards the minimum maturation of effective bilateral relations with its closest neighbor, Bangladesh which was initiated through the Burmese recognition of Bangladesh as a sovereign state in 1972. Even after passing four decades of bilateralism, asymmetric dyads prevailing over both countries’ regimes syndrome […]

India as Democratic – Uncountable Questions

India as Democratic – Uncountable Questions

By- Krishna Kingkar Kakati Democracy, derived from the Greek dēmokratiā, literally means rule by the people, as stated in the Britannica. Here dēmo stands for people and kratos for rule. India emerged as a democratic republic nation on January 26, 1950, a fact known to one and all. And in 1952, you have the spectacle of […]

Censorship on Internet – Another dictatorship of Congress

Censorship on Internet – Another dictatorship of Congress

By- Priyankan Goswami Censorship on the internet in India is now, finally a widely debated issue, thanks to the growing awareness amongst the 100 million Indian internet users who are directly affected by the Government’s dictates. Although control or suppression of information available on the net is nothing new to the country, Indians rarely knew […]

Indian Democracy – Where Anna Hazare failed

Indian Democracy – Where Anna Hazare failed

No Anna or Irom Sharmila, no amount of hunger strikes or street protests will be able to clean our democracy whose virtues are slowly being spilled into the greater drains of capitalism, nepotism and imperialism. By – Priyankan Goswami The version 3.0 of Anna Hazare fasting for Lokpal bill has come to an end, even […]

ABSL terms Thein Sein government bogus

ABSL terms Thein Sein government bogus

By- Nava Thakuria The new Burmese regime led by President Thein Sein has tried its best to get international recognition, but All Burma Student’s League (ABSL) has termed the government at Nay Pyi Taw as bogus. The students’ organization alleges that the new government, formed after November 2010 election in Burma, has maintained its attack […]

Burmese demonstrates against U Thein Sein

Burmese demonstrates against U Thein Sein

By- Nava Thakuria The exile Burmese activists based in India have started demonstrating their angers against the Burmese President U Thein Sein’s visit to India. The head of present Burmese regime in Nay Pyi Taw has arrived in Buddha Gaya (Bihar) on October 12 for a three day goodwill visit. The Burmese Democratic Forces in […]