Daily Archives: February 4, 2013

On Begum Zia’s Washington Times Article

ON BEGUM ZIA’S WASHINGTON TIMES ARTICLE MOZAMMEL H. KHAN It would be appropriate to call Begum Zia’s recent article in the Washington Times, an open letter to the US government. The letter contains some truth, some half-truth but most of … Continue reading

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Bangladesh moving forward rapidly

BANGLADESH MOVING FORWARD RAPIDLY WTO chief Lamy talks to The Daily Star on prospects and challenges ahead UDAY SANKAR DAS Bangladesh is moving ahead rapidly showing cohesion in adjusting to various changes and demands, and has the potential to become an emerging … Continue reading

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“BANGLADESH HAS THE POTENTIAL TO STUN THE WORLD 1”

“BANGLADESH HAS THE POTENTIAL TO STUN THE WORLD 1“ Dr Albrecht Conze, born in the Western German town of Muenster in 1954, has dedicated his life to diplomacy. As a German diplomat and UN peacekeeper he was envoyed to Kosovo, the … Continue reading

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Bangla richest language in subcontinent

BANGLA RICHEST LANGUAGE IN SUBCONTINENT SYED BADRUL AHSAN The Pakistan Constituent Assembly session of February 25, 1948 is without question a landmark in historical references to the Bangla language movement. Dhirendranath Dutta’s demand did something of a revealing sort in … Continue reading

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Country’s economy on the rise

ATIUR TELLS BANGLANEWS [PART-1] COUNTRY’S ECONOMY ON THE RISE Sayeed Arman, Senior Economic Correspondent Most of the developed and developing countries of the world are now facing economic recession and all of them are trying their level best to make … Continue reading

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Body language can’t change history

BODY LANGUAGE CAN’T CHANGE HISTORY Mahmood Menon, Head of News, Jakial Ahmed, Senior Correspondent Allegations of crimes against humanity during the war of liberation are historical and it would be proved on the basis of historic evidences, not on lawyers` … Continue reading

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‘Emeritus Status’ might be dignified for Dr. Yunus: Abul Barakat

‘EMERITUS STATUS’ MIGHT BE DIGNIFIED FOR DR. YUNUS: ABUL BARAKAT Ashraful Islam, Staff Correspondent Notable economist Professor Dr. Abul Barakat said that, ‘Emeritus chair will be befitting and dignified for Nobel Laureate and founder of Grameen Bank Dr. Md. Yunus.  … Continue reading

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Election and Democracy in Bangladesh: Some Challenges and Proposals

ELECTION AND DEMOCRACY IN BANGLADESH: SOME CHALLENGES AND PROPOSALS PROFESSOR BIJON B. SARMA In the contemporary world, in comparison with dictator, military or kings’ rule, democratic governance by the elected representatives is considered to be the best. We have chosen … Continue reading

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Treating the ‘Rohingya’ issue in Bangladesh

TREATING THE ‘ROHINGYA’ ISSUE IN BANGLADESH E A Prince, In-charge, Law and Human Rights Recently, the self-styled weeping of some international human rights observers and others has rather entrenched our longstanding belief that they put their attention on the issue … Continue reading

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Dr Yunus putting int’l pressure on country

DR YUNUS PUTTING INT’L PRESSURE ON COUNTRY DHAKA: Expressing concern over the statement of Dr Muhammad Yunus, eminent citizens of the country said after losing in the legal battle, Dr Muhammad Yunus is creating pressure on the country through ‘super power’ … Continue reading

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Open invitation for political intervention

OPEN INVITATION FOR POLITICAL INTERVENTION Khaleda Zia’s comments are unacceptable BNP chief, Kaleda Zia’s article published in the Washington Times took us by surprise. To think that a country’s former prime minister holding the office twice and the present opposition … Continue reading

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