Bangladesh

Pakistan’s Flawed Political Legacy

The only thing that has perhaps happened is the emergence of Pakistan’s military as the most organized ‘political party’ of…

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Bangladesh’s rice farmers tap underground ‘reservoirs’

Pumped groundwater is replenished during the monsoon season. ‘Bangladesh Water Machine’ could work elsewhere to combat climate change impacts. By…

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Mao-Lana Bhashani: Maoism and the Unmaking of Pakistan

The paper will show how Mujib’s nationalism was just one of the currents in East Pakistan over this period, the…

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Maulana Bhashani was the first to declare ‘Independence’ of East Pakistan

Exposed to the aftermath of the country’s greatest human tragedy caused by nature, the Maulana was reportedly seen ‘weeping like…

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Why the Country of NGOs—Bangladesh Cancelled the Registration of Odhikar?

Odhikar, established in 1994 during BNP regime, started its activities on advocacy and campaign on human rights issues and maintained…

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South Asia’s 2022 heatwave and the role of climate change

Climate change – largely driven by the burning of fossil fuels – has contributed to an increase in the frequency…

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Bangladesh hosts International Poetry Carnival

In all, seven sessions were held during the magnificent International Poetry Carnival hosted by Uddan Television. In the first session,…

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Two JI leaders sentenced to death for war crimes in Bangladesh

Verdict against four other persons involved in war crimes in Noakhali area would be announced any day. Monitoring Desk Dhaka…

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Fire of Language Movement

Hundreds of people led by the students of Nilphamari Government Boys’ High School took to the streets. The movement was…

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What has been the Impact of the Creation of Bangladesh?

Beginning in March 1971, the Bangladesh War of Independence led to East Pakistan becoming a new nation state. On the…

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