Daily Archives: March 24, 2014

MAMATA SPELLS OUT FOREIGN POLICY

MAMATA SPELLS OUT FOREIGN POLICY New Delhi Correspondent West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who blocked Delhi-Dhaka deal on Teesta River and the land boundary agreement, says she wants Indian foreign policy to be driven by its “self-interest”. Banerjee’s Trinamool … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING BANGABANDHU

REMEMBERING BANGABANDHU JULIAN FRANCIS As I spoke, emotion got the better of me and tears welled up in my eyes then Sheikh Mujib put his arm around me to comfort me In 1971, I had the privilege and responsibility of … Continue reading

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THE GREAT WALL OF INDIA

THE GREAT WALL OF INDIA India is fencing off its border with Bangladesh. What will that mean for millions of potential climate refugees? By Bidisha Banerjee An 8-foot-high, double-walled, barbed-wire fence draped with laundry menaces the border between Sutia, India, … Continue reading

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HOLY PROPHET MUHAMMAD’S LETTERS TO VARIOUS KINGS

HOLY PROPHET MUHAMMAD’S LETTERS TO VARIOUS KINGS  Salma Javid Khan Source: Page 199 to 215 of Life Of Muhammad by Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad After settling down in Medina on return from Hudaibiya, the Prophet (saw) instituted another plan … Continue reading

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REVISITING THE TWO-NATION THEORY

REVISITING THE TWO-NATION THEORY M. Serajul Islam Mohammad Ali Jinnah is for a very good reason, a controversial political leader in Bangladesh.  On his ill-fated visit in 1948 to Dhaka, Mohammad Ali Jinnah had said in Dhaka University’s Curzon Hall … Continue reading

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ASIAN PLUS INITIATIVE – OPPORTUNITY FOR BANGLADESH

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KRISENERGY INCREASES ASSETS OFFSHORE BANGLADESH

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