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Bangladesh Sending Investigators To Nepal

Bangladesh Sending Investigators To Nepal

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury | Date- October 30, 2011 Advertisements 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 […]

ULFA-GoI lateral talks – Sunrise or Darkness

ULFA-GoI lateral talks – Sunrise or Darkness

As leaders of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) met the Union Home Ministry today at New Delhi, the ground looks dirtier rather than clean, for the lateral talks much expected to bring peace and development. Advertisements The Pro-talk ULFA leaders, in the last few months, carried extensive rounds of public campaigns, including Chairman […]

Political Scoundrels and Slip of Tongue

Political Scoundrels and Slip of Tongue

Even a decade back, there was no room for political monkeys to entertain the like-minded political inmates and supporters in Bangladesh. But now, strangely enough, entertainer political monkeys are increasingly becoming prominent and vocal in the country, which not only is damaging the very dignity of democracy and democratic institutions, but also leaving rather alarming […]

Bangladesh and Bhutan to build new economy

Bangladesh and Bhutan to build new economy

By- Swadesh Roy Bangladesh and Bhutan have entered a new business era. Though trade agreement was signed between two countries in 1980 but now both have started a new beginning. It is showing that, two countries will be befitted in economy rapidly. Bhutan is a smaller country than Bangladesh but Bhutan exports more in Bangladesh. […]

War criminals of Bangladesh and the dark hole of main opposition

War criminals of Bangladesh and the dark hole of main opposition

By- Swadesh Roy The followers of accused war criminals of Bangladesh are trying to destabilize the law and order situation of Bangladesh.  On 19th September evening, a group of followers of the war criminals set fire to more than thirty vehicles including a police car in the capital Dhaka.  In addition, they vandalized several hundreds […]

ULFA Investment Document Fiasco

ULFA Investment Document Fiasco

National Security Intelligence (NSI), as well as other intelligence agencies in Bangladesh, are trying to locate the kitchen where the story of ULFA (United Liberation Front of Assam) investment in Bangladeshi business ventures were cooked, where names of some leading business conglomerates were incorporated as recipients of ULFA investment. One of the leading private news channels […]

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’ […]

Naked Exposition of Bankrupt Diplomacy of Bangladesh

Naked Exposition of Bankrupt Diplomacy of Bangladesh

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury Just within less than 24 hours of Dr. Manmohan Singh’s strange and dramatic U-turn from signing the Teesta Water Sharing Treaty with Bangladesh, Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HUJI)’s name has come prominently in the Indian and international media as the main culprit behind tragic bomb blast of September 7, 2011, which killed a number […]

Manmohan visit to Bangladesh and story of a nightmare

Manmohan visit to Bangladesh and story of a nightmare

The  real story behind why Indo- Bangla Extradition Treaty was not signed (and so ULFA General Secretary Anup Chetia not deported to India), why the Indian Prime Minister’s visit will no longer be called “historical” By- Swadesh Roy It was the night of 5th September. It was only about ten hours left for the Indian […]