Daily Archives: March 27, 2014

MEMORIES OF THE ANGRY MARCH

MEMORIES OF THE ANGRY MARCH SHAMEEM AKHTAR February 1971 President Yahya Khan in a military conference had directed his subordinates “Kill three million of them and the rest will eat out of our hands”. Quoted from Massacre: The tragedy at … Continue reading

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IN QUEST OF EMERGENCE OF A STATE

IN QUEST OF EMERGENCE OF A STATE MAJOR GAZI MOHAMMED TAUHIDUZZAMAN Confirming the sad demise of Pakistan, the atrocious military junta pounced on the unarmed people of Bangladesh and butchered them mercilessly in the dark night of 25 March, 1971. … Continue reading

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WHAT I SAW AND HEARD IN DHAKA

WHAT I SAW AND HEARD IN DHAKA AHMED SOFA The whole country waited with bated breath as its eyes were fixed upon the talks between President Yahya Khan and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman held talks with Yahya … Continue reading

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THE WEST PAKISTANI ELITE WHICH LIVED OFF THE RESOURCES OF EAST PAKISTAN FOR 25 YEARS AND WAS HAPPY TO SEE THE BASKET CASE EAST PAKISTAN BECOME BANGLADESH, NEEDS TO SERIOUSLY COME TO TERMS WITH ITS CONTINUING HUBRIS AND PAST

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ANNUAL PER CAPITA INCOME GROWTH IN BANGLADESH SINCE 1972 EXCEEDED ALMOST EVERY YEAR TOTAL PER CAPITA INCOME GROWTH DURING EAST PAKISTAN

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BANGLADESH HAS MUCH TO BE PROUD OF !!

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LACK OF CONVICTION OR LOSS OF MEMORY?

LACK OF CONVICTION OR LOSS OF MEMORY? MOZAMMEL H. KHAN Any nation that has liberated itself from the yoke of foreign domination, either through an armed struggle or through a political negotiation, carried the support of bulk of its citizens, … Continue reading

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EMERGENCE OF BANGLADESH: ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION

EMERGENCE OF BANGLADESH: ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION BIRU PAKSHA PAUL Bangladesh separated itself from Pakistan and embarked on a Liberation War 43 years ago.  A valid question may arise: Does our present economic performance justify the decision of our great leaders to … Continue reading

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PATRIOTIC SPIRIT OUTSIDE NATIONAL PARADE GROUND

PATRIOTIC SPIRIT OUTSIDE NATIONAL PARADE GROUND ABU BAKAR SIDDIQUE, MOHAMMAD JAMIL KHAN Since early morning, people fashioning dresses of red-green combination walked towards the venue at Agargaon With over 2.5 lakh people joining the chorus of the national anthem at … Continue reading

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A MEANINGFUL INDEPENDENCE

A MEANINGFUL INDEPENDENCE  MOHAMMAD ALI SATTAR In spite of our progress, we have at times been pulled back to square one Our liberation war was fought on high spirits. It was not just the language that mattered, it was more … Continue reading

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FUTURE ECONOMY NEEDS BETTER CITIES

FUTURE ECONOMY NEEDS BETTER CITIES TRIBUNE EDITORIAL Policy makers must show more vision to attract investment Evidence is mounting that the economy would benefit from better managed urbanisation and use of technology. At a seminar on poverty reduction organised by … Continue reading

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BAN PARTIES USING TERROR: EUROPARL

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BCIM CORRIDOR MEETING IN DHAKA THIS JUNE

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TRADE DEALS WITH SRI LANKA, MALAYSIA LIKELY SOON

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BANGLADESH NO MORE AN AID-DEPENDENT COUNTRY: DEBAPRIYA

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A HISTORIC VISION FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT

A HISTORIC VISION FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT SM RASHED AHMED Seldom in history an opportunity is presented to erase the legacy of war, conflict, division and bickering to one for moving forward into a new era of peace, progress, development … Continue reading

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JAPAN – BANGLADESH FRIENDSHIP

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QUEEN ELIZABETH GREETS BANGLADESHIS

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