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Volcanic eruption in Bangladesh politics

Volcanic eruption in Bangladesh politics

Bangladesh was a land of greens – and now in that green land volcanic eruption is mounting not geologically but politically. William Milam is a Senior Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Centre in Washington, DC, and former US Ambassador to Pakistan and Bangladesh. He is attached with that soil for a long time. A recent […]

Verdict of Arms Smuggling to ULFA Questions Bangladesh Sovereignty

Verdict of Arms Smuggling to ULFA Questions Bangladesh Sovereignty

The verdict of January 31 (2014) on the alleged arms smuggling to ULFA (United Liberation Front of Asom) that was detained at Chittagong Port in 2004 dismayed not only the independent analysts, but also the political scientists as well as judicial, military and intelligence experts. The verdict that awarded death sentence to two former ministers, […]

One Fifth of world population and their Challenge

One Fifth of world population and their Challenge

By- Swadesh Roy | Date- March 13, 2012 South Asia is a diverse region comprising of eight different countries. Together they account for more than one fifth of the world population. A large number of people of this one fifth are below poverty level. With these large numbers of poor people, eight countries are running […]

Bangladesh Sending Investigators To Nepal

Bangladesh Sending Investigators To Nepal

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury | Date- October 30, 2011 A 3-member investigation team will be leaving Dhaka for Kathmandu on October 31, 2011 at the directives of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to investigate series of allegations against Bangladeshi envoy in Nepal – Neem Chandra Bhowmick as well as Bangladeshi-born controversial businessman named Rubel Chowdhury, […]

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’ […]