Category Archives: IMPACT OF CAPITALISM

SHEIKH HASINA, HER POLITICAL INSIGHT AND BANGLADESH DEVELOPMENT

SHEIKH HASINA, HER POLITICAL INSIGHT AND BANGLADESH DEVELOPMENT – A K AZAD – Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the worthy daughter of the greatest Bangalee of all time Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, has inaugurated a brilliant chapter … Continue reading

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THE PLAGUE WITHIN

THE PLAGUE WITHIN SHAYKH HAMZA YUSUF on Where ISIS Comes From.. Vigilante acts of violence have killed hundreds around the world in the last few days. Shaykh Hamza Yusuf writes plainly on the dark and destructive ideology which underpins groups … Continue reading

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KISSINGER COMPARED BANGABANDHU TO ALLENDE

KISSINGER COMPARED BANGABANDHU TO ALLENDE “The Trial of Henry Kissinger” noted journalist Christopher Hitchins, former editor of Harper’s magazine, wrote “Kissinger had received some very bad and even mocking press for his handling of the Bangladesh crisis, and it had … Continue reading

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A GREAT GAME ACROSS PROSAIC BAY OF BENGAL

A GREAT GAME ACROSS PROSAIC BAY OF BENGAL – IMTIAZ A HUSSAIN – The Brahmatputra-Gangetic delta is not the Central Asia of the 19th Century, when rivalry between Great Britain and Tsarist Russia prompted Halford John Mackinder’s Heartland thesis: that … Continue reading

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FACING THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS CHALLENGE: THE BANGLADESH STORY

FACING THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS CHALLENGE: THE BANGLADESH STORY  MDG 1: ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER -Poverty rate has been reduced from 56.7% in 1991-92 to 31.5% in 2010 -Current government further brought it down to 22.4% in 2015 -Government … Continue reading

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FROM MUSLIN TO MUSEUM: THE RISE AND FALL OF BENGAL’S TEXTILE EMPIRE – 3

FROM MUSLIN TO MUSEUM: THE RISE AND FALL OF BENGAL’S TEXTILE EMPIRE – 3 – M Ahmedullah – This is the final part of Alochonaa’s 3 part series (part 2 accessible here) on the the rise and fall of Bengal’s textile empire. … Continue reading

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FROM MUSLIN TO MUSEUM: THE RISE AND FALL OF BENGAL’S TEXTILE EMPIRE – 2

FROM MUSLIN TO MUSEUM: THE RISE AND FALL OF BENGAL’S TEXTILE EMPIRE – 2 – M Ahmedullah – This is part 2 of a 3 part series (part 1 accessible here) on the the rise and fall of Bengal’s textile empire. Bengal, … Continue reading

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FROM MUSLIN TO MUSEUM: THE RISE AND FALL OF BENGAL’S TEXTILE EMPIRE – 1

FROM MUSLIN TO MUSEUM: THE RISE AND FALL OF BENGAL’S TEXTILE EMPIRE – 1 – M Ahmedullah – Context ‘In 1750, China and India combined to account for almost 57% of world manufacturing output, while India itself accounted for almost … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH A ROLE MODEL FOR MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS

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WEST PUSHING BANGLADESH TO WAHHABISM

WEST PUSHING BANGLADESH TO WAHHABISM Afshin Rattansi Dreadful conditions for workers in factories producing goods for the West, and plans for the US Seventh Fleet’s relocation make fertile ground for anti-Americanism in Bangladesh, which may see the country falling into … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH’S PROGRESS ON THE MDG

BANGLADESH’S PROGRESS ON THE MDG Bangladesh has already met several targets of the MDGs like reducing poverty gap ratio, attaining gender parity at primary and secondary education, under-five mortality rate reduction, containing HIV infection with access to antiretroviral drugs, children … Continue reading

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MENACE ON THE MENU : DEVELOPMENT AND THE GLOBALIZATION OF SERVITUDE

MENACE ON THE MENU : DEVELOPMENT AND THE GLOBALIZATION OF SERVITUDE – Colin Todhunter – In his book ‘The World Economy: A Millennial Perspective’, economist Angus Maddison noted that India was the richest country in the world and had controlled … Continue reading

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WHAT AREAS NEED THE MOST ASSISTANCE IN REDUCING POVERTY? BANGLADESH’S NEW POVERTY MAPS MAY HAVE ANSWERS

WHAT AREAS NEED THE MOST ASSISTANCE IN REDUCING POVERTY? BANGLADESH’S NEW POVERTY MAPS MAY HAVE ANSWERS Bangladesh has launched new poverty maps which visually identify poor areas with greater accuracy and will help improve planning in terms of policy and … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH : CAPITALIST HAVEN

BANGLADESH: CAPITALIST HAVEN Alyssa Ayres  Earlier this month, the Pew Research Center released the second of two major reports detailing findings from a global public opinion survey on economic issues conducted last spring in 44 countries. Read together, the two reports reveal … Continue reading

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POVERTY FREE BANGLADESH IN FOUR YEARS: MUHITH

POVERTY FREE BANGLADESH IN FOUR YEARS : MUHITH Bangladesh will be freed from poverty within the next four years, Finance Minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith has said. “Some might call me crazy for saying this, but this country will be … Continue reading

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1974 UN WORLD FOOD CONFERENCE SET STAGE FOR “FOOD AS A WEAPON”

1974 UN WORLD FOOD CONFERENCE SET STAGE FOR “FOOD AS A WEAPON” AARON DYKES  In Malthusian terms, the food supply is used by governmental bodies to limit and control the population. After recently watching the documentary “King Corn” by filmmakers … Continue reading

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HENRY KISSINGER’S 1974 PLAN FOR FOOD CONTROL GENOCIDE

HENRY KISSINGER’S 1974 PLAN FOR FOOD CONTROL GENOCIDE MARK WELLS In Dec. 10, 1974, the U.S. National Security Council under Henry Kissinger completed a classified 200-page study, “National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests.” … Continue reading

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RICH MUST HELP POORER STATES IN POST 2015 DEVELOPMENT, BANGLADESH TELLS UN ASSEMBLY

RICH MUST HELP POORER STATES IN POST 2015 DEVELOPMENT, BANGLADESH TELLS UN ASSEMBLY Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh addresses the General Assembly. UN Photo/Cia Pak From the podium of the General Assembly today, Bangladeshi Prime … Continue reading

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BANGABANDHU’S GOAL WAS POVERTY-FREE SONAR BANGLA

BANGABANDHU’S GOAL WAS POVERTY-FREE SONAR BANGLA Thereport24.com Desk, Dhaka Prime Minister’s adviser on foreign affairs Dr Gowher Rizvi today said Bangabandhu had formed Bangladesh Krishak Sramik Awami League (BAKSAL) to remove poverty, corruption and irregularities and turn Bangladesh into “Sonar … Continue reading

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BANGABANDHU’S UNFINISHED SECOND REVOLUTION : COMPLETE EMANCIPATION OF BENGALIS

BANGABANDHU’S UNFINISHED SECOND REVOLUTION : COMPLETE EMANCIPATION OF BENGALIS – Dr. S. A. Malek  – Bangabandhu was not a Prime Minister or a President in an ordinary sense, he was the leader of a national revolution, the aim of which … Continue reading

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