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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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A glance at the painful journey of Qazi Faiz Muhammad

I am frightened of “personality cult. Only the “nation’s personality” should be aggrandized. The thought of “Personality cult” in itself…

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Significance of Six-point Movement in Bangladesh History

Besides other political parties, the 6-point formula of Sheikh Mujib was also rejected by National Awami Party By Anwar A.…

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1971 Debacle: Larkana, Rawalpindi and an Election Undermined

Sheikh Mujib had pledged on 3 January 1971 at an oath-taking ceremony of the National Assembly and Provincial Assembly members…

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The Night of the Generals . . . And Later

By Syed Badrul Ahsan Fifty years ago in the month of March the Pakistan military launched an unprecedented armed assault…

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A winter after the winter of discontent

To avert further impoverishment, fragmentation and conflict throughout the subcontinent, it would be essential for future leaders in Delhi, Dacca…

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Sheikh Mujib, Six Points, Tikka’s Salute and Lahore

At Lahore airport on 23 February 1974, when Zulfikar Ali Bhutto introduced his new army chief Tikka Khan to Bangladesh’s…

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