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Bangladesh Ruling Party Fails In Resolving Electricit​y Crisis

Bangladesh Ruling Party Fails In Resolving Electricit​y Crisis

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury | Date- March 30, 2012 At least two intelligence agencies in Bangladesh have warned the ruling party of sudden spark of mass revolt by the civilians following limitless sufferings caused by extreme shortage of electricity, which not only is jeopardizing public life, but also is destroying country’s economic backbone. “One […]

Exhumation of Japanese Army remains from graves at World War Cemetery in Guwahati

By- Staff Reporter | Date- January 19, 2012 The Guwahati War Cemetery, located in Naba Graha Road, has 548 graves, of which 486 belong to Commonwealth servicemen, 24 to Chinese soldiers, 25 to unidentified persons, 11 to Japanese soldiers and two are non-war graves. Japan is taking back the remains of the 11 Japanese soldiers […]

Bangladesh Government In Search Of New Allies in Asia

Bangladesh Government In Search Of New Allies in Asia

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury While ruling Bangladesh Awami League in general and the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in particular is greatly unhappy over India’s last-minute back out from striking the Teesta and Feni river water sharing treaties, according to The Telegraph, published from Kolkata (India), in an opinion editorial titled ‘Large-hearted message from visit’ […]