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Bangabandu: The subtle Dhaka, Delhi bond

12:05 am FOLLOW US: A well-wisher is said to have once warned Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the charismatic leader known as Bangabandu or Friend of Bengalis, that some Bangladeshis were plotting his downfall. Nonsense! he retorted. I am the father of my ... The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago

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5 Dariya News - English, 5 months ago

Tajuddin Ahmad Socialist thinker, wartime leader

There was integrity about him. There was in him the committed soul of a socialist. In him lived and breathed a leader in the real sense of the term, for he was mild in manner, humble in his attitude and firm in his views. Had he not been around in ...
 Bdnews24.com5 days ago

Dhaka open to Delhi stretching fence closer to zero line

The government is ready to consider allowing India to shift the fence at selected points along the borders closer to the zero line, government officials told New Age on Sunday. Officials said they believed India could propose to Bangladesh to shift ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 week ago

America and Britain open the world to ladies

It had always been natural or, at least, normal, since the beginning of humanity, for men not only to monopolise but also dominate in all spheres of life. While women eventually made inroads, such were always spasmodic if not nominal. Politics is a ...
 Daily Sun2 weeks ago

Alert sounded on Meghalaya border

Raju Das SHILLONG, July 3 - Following the Dhaka attack, a high alert has been sounded along the Meghalaya border, but several patches in the State remains vulnerable to infiltration as it remains unfenced due to opposition here. The area in ...
 Assam Tribune3 weeks ago

Why Indian PM promises security to Bangladeshi Hindus

By Rabindranath Trivedi Rise of radical Islamists as well as greed of forceful occupation of properties of minority people have compelled hundreds of Hindu families to migrate to other countries. In most cases, ruling party power ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago

Citizenship of 60 enclave dwellers hangs in balance

The citizenship of at least 60 people residing in the now-defunct Indian enclaves inside Bangladesh territory remains unresolved as they stayed back at their place of their birth despite opting for Indian citizenship first. Delhi had recently ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago

Muhuri char demarcation: Dispute holds back LBA execution

Dispute between Bangladesh and India over a two kilometer stretch of the international boundary line, along the cross-border river Muhuri, has held back implementation of the 1974 Mujib-Indira land boundary agreement even one year after the exchange ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago

Hindutva Bangladesh

Home Voice of People Hindutva Bangladesh Like Dr Ikram Azam The trouble with Bangladesh is that it is Hindutva in origin and birth — as spawned by Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rahman and Indira Gandhi, Indian Army and its surrogate offspring, the ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago

ILP What we need to do now

Today Manipur is in turmoil, chaos, uncertainty and in flames. Manipur is sitting on a volcano which may explode any time. Today, we have a serious communication gap and misunderstanding between the various ethnic groups mainly among Meiteis, Nagas, ...
 Sangai Express1 month ago
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