Daily Archives: January 30, 2015

NATION SUFFERS FROM BNP-JAMAAT’S POLITICS OF TERROR

NATION SUFFERS FROM BNP-JAMAAT’S POLITICS OF TERROR Since being voted back to power in January 2014, the country continued its march of progress in almost all sectors of economic and human development under the Awami League government. However, rather than … Continue reading

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HUMANITY VS INDECENCY

HUMANITY VS INDECENCY  Nadeem Qadir In 1999, my mother, Hasna Hena Qadir, passed away suddenly. She was buried by colleagues of her husband at the military graveyard in Banani. I spent night and day there with my younger brother for … Continue reading

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BNP CANNOT EVADE RESPONSIBILITY FOR HARTAL CARNAGE

BNP CANNOT EVADE RESPONSIBILITY FOR HARTAL CARNAGE Tribune Editorial The public pays the price for the inflexibility of political leaders It has demonstrably been proven that whatever politicians calling blockades and hartals say about only supporting peaceful protests, these calls … Continue reading

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STILL CHASING AFTER A ‘DIALOGUE’?

STILL CHASING AFTER A ‘DIALOGUE’? Abdul Mannan A friend in USA called me and asked if the members of the civil society and those affected materially and physically by the impasse in the name of politics in Bangladesh still hope … Continue reading

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DOCTORS CALL FOR NATIONAL SOLIDARITY AGAINST BNP-JAMAAT VIOLENCE

DOCTORS CALL FOR NATIONAL SOLIDARITY AGAINST BNP-JAMAAT VIOLENCE  DU Correspondent Doctors, students and staff members of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) on Tuesday urged countrymen to build national solidarity against BNP-Jamat’s countrywide violence and anarchy triggered by the ongoing blockade. … Continue reading

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WHY SHOULD THEY GET A SECOND CHANCE?

WHY SHOULD THEY GET A SECOND CHANCE?  BRIAN SHOESMITH Bangladesh needs a political future in which no mainstream parties are attached to terrorism Normally I would not comment publicly on Bangladeshi politics for the simple reason that I am an outsider. … Continue reading

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