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Kalpana Hudu? Kalpana Kothai? Where is Kalpana?
Bangladesh Daily Star

Question that haunts Bangladesh

Kalpana ekhon Kothai? (Where is Kalpana now?) was an investigative article on the abduction of Kalpana Chakma by Shaheen Akhtar, now a renowned filmmaker and writer, published in the Bengali national daily Bhorer Kagaj, on 17 July 1996. Along with ... The Statesman, 1 month ago
Kalpana Hudu? Kalpana Kothai? Where is Kalpana? Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago

VESAK SAMMAN PRASHASTI PATRA-2016 AWARDS PRESENTED TO BUDDHIST SCHOLARS FOR PROMOTION AND DISSEMINATION OF BUDDHIST STUDIES

International Buddha Poornima Diwas 2016 was celebrated here today to commemorate the Thrice Blessed Day of Buddha's Birth, Sambodhiprapti and Mahaparinirvana falling on the auspicious full moon day of the month of Vaishakh. Shri Rajnath Singh, ...
 Press Information Bureau2 months ago
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India's plan to accommodate victims of religious persecution from Pakistan and Bangladesh, a right step

Narendra Modi government is contemplating to amend citizenship act to accommodate victims of religious persucution from neighbouring countries through Long Term Visa (LTV) or citizenship. It's also proposed that the LTV holder can open bank ...
 Meri News3 weeks ago

Shri Ushatan Talukder to raise the issue of minorities

Ansar Ahmed Ullah : MP Ushatan Talukder said that he will discuss the minority issues and raise UK BHBCUC's concerns with the Bangladesh government. He was speaking at a meeting held on 22nd June 2016 at 249-251 Mile End Road, East London in ...
 Bangla Mirror1 month ago

Treating refugees equally, justly

The Government, while granting citizenship to Pakistani Hindu migrants, should also work upon the issues faced by other refugees for whom India is a safe-haven The World Refugee Day has a significance of its own. With multitude of conflicts and ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

A palace in ruins

A two-storey dilapidated building covered in moss and weeds is losing a war against age and is now barely a testimony to its rich historic past in a remote village of Rangunia upazila. About two centuries old and built during the colonial era, ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago
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