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Engineer of modern ODI Cricket Martin Crowe dies of Cancer

Engineer of modern ODI Cricket Martin Crowe dies of Cancer

Former New Zealand cricketer Martin David Crowe has died of cancer at the age of 53 on Thursday, March 03, 2016 in Auckland. Martin David Crowe was born in September 1962 in Henderson, New Zealand, to Dave Crowe, a former New Zealand domestic cricketer. Crowe’s brother, Jeff, also represented and captained New Zealand at international […]

Political impasse in Bangladesh – Where the country heading towards

Political impasse in Bangladesh – Where the country heading towards

Infinite transport blockades and occasional strikes of BNP-led 20-party alliance, from January 04 to February 09, 2015, reportedly killed at least 85 people, mostly (51) burn to death, while vandalizing more than 990 vehicles and sending around 123 surviving burn victims to the hospitals in last 35 days only. More than one thousand political prisoners […]

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 […]

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 […]

Satchari arms recovery in Bangladesh is Drama by RAB

Satchari arms recovery in Bangladesh is Drama by RAB

At one end Bangladesh is signing for a deep-sea port agreement with China (which may become a big threat to Indian economy) and at other end, Dhaka is staging the so-called arms recovery at Satchari National Park in Chunarughat Upazila of Habiganj district. This arms recovery is being claimed with the double agenda of rebuilding […]

Singpho festival teaches lessons of unity

Singpho festival teaches lessons of unity

India’s North East comprises of ethnic and regional characters owing to its distinct location, diversified geographical framework and multicolored tribes. The region with the advent of spring of every year booms with festivity celebrating Mother Nature’s gift of abundant resources, hard work of their forefathers and the fertility of the lands. With not an exception, […]

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