Daily Archives: November 14, 2012

RELIGIONS ARE FOR PEOPLE, NOT STATES

RELIGIONS ARE FOR PEOPLE, NOT STATES By Maskwaith Ahsan Secularism is not against religion as propagated by the Islamists, it simply means that religion should be kept separate from the affairs of the state and governance. This was the essence of … Continue reading

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WHERE IS BANGLADESH HEADING FOR ?

WHERE IS BANGLADESH HEADING FOR ? G M Quader discusses how the judiciary and executive organs of the state are tainted by successive governments since the restoration of democracy in 1990. People of Bangladesh have been struggling for long to free … Continue reading

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A Response to Morris Davis’s piece on the ICT

A Response to Morris Davis’s piece on the ICT By International Crimes Strategy Forum (ICSF) This is one of the responses shared with us from people around the world who are keen about the ongoing justice process in Bangladesh set up … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH COULD BE “NEXT CHINA”

BANGLADESH COULD BE “NEXT CHINA” WB says the country should cash in on its low-cost edge over the competitors Photo: STARStar Business Report Bangladesh must act soon to take advantage of its low-cost edge to become the “next China” before … Continue reading

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Our Pakistan question

OUR PAKISTAN QUESTION  By Syed Badrul Ahsan We have been given to understand that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will not be going to Pakistan for the D-8 summit. The reasons, of course, are yet to be known given that the … Continue reading

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