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WHAT BANGABANDHU DID FOR US

WHAT BANGABANDHU DID FOR US  Junaidul Haque Forty years after his death, how do we remember Bangabandhu now? What does he mean to us? What does Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman mean to the 150 million people in Bangladesh? He was … Continue reading

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JANUARY 5: FEEL THE PULSE OF THE PEOPLE

JANUARY 5: FEEL THE PULSE OF THE PEOPLE Abdul Matin The 14-party alliance led by Awami League (AL) planned to celebrate January 5 as “Victory of Democracy Day” for holding a general election a year ago even though it was … Continue reading

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THE LOST HISTORY OF ONE OF OUR LOWEST MOMENTS

THE LOST HISTORY OF ONE OF OUR LOWEST MOMENTS SUNIL KHILNANI Among the many bizarre White House conversations between President Richard Nixon and his national security adviser Henry Kissinger that Gary Bass cites in his devastating account of America’s role … Continue reading

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AL GOVT, YAHYA REGIME AND A BNP LEADER

AL GOVT, YAHYA REGIME AND A BNP LEADER Syed Badrul Ahsan BNP leader Rafiqul Islam Mia is of the opinion that the government led by Sheikh Hasina is worse than the regime headed in Pakistan by General Yahya Khan between … Continue reading

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