We are shocked at the implications of a comment by Suranjit Sengupta that NGOs do not have the right to freedom of speech and the precedence it sets. Our bafflement at the Foreign Donations Regulation Act, 2016 continues to grow at the MP's comment. Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago
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Lawmaker Suranjit Sengupta has slated critics of the recently passed law aimed at cancelling the registration of NGOs for 'malicious' statements on any constitutional body or for making subversive remarks. "NGOs don't have rights the media enjoy.Bdnews24.com, 1 month ago
SYLHET, Nov 23 : Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday offered ziarat at the shrines of Hazrat Shahjalal (RA) and Hazrat Shah Paran (RA) here. Sheikh Hasina, who earlier arrived here by Biman Bangladesh Airlines flight on a daylong visit to ...Daily Observer, 2 weeks ago
Some of my BUET Hindu batch mates were among the terrorized Hindus who fled to India. The accounts of the horror Tapan Ghosh and Pralaya Sen felt one night in their Chittagong apartments, with three terrified teenage daughters and two wives and an ...Daily Observer, 3 weeks ago
BNP is trying to come back to politics and they should be allowed to make a 'healthy' start. But the actions of the law enforcers and clattering of jaws by some ministers and Awami League leaders not only deny this but also belies promises by Prime ...Daily Observer, 4 weeks ago
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday expressed her strong optimism that countrymen will re-elect Awami League in the next general election slated for 2019. "The way the voters elected us in the polls of 2008 and 2014, they would cast votes for ...Daily Observer, 4 weeks ago PM warns of action against any 2015-like violence Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago BNP must pay for wrong decision : Hasina Daily Observer, 1 month ago PM warns of tougher action against any mayhem like 2015 Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago
, the members of the Constituent Assembly while signing the Constitution of Bangladesh fixed a milestone in the history of Bangladesh towards democracy and rule of law. The struggle that started with the proclamation of Six Points in 1966 came to ...Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago
The ruling Awami League has not included 10 ministers and state ministers in its new central working committee as part of a decision to make a distinction between the party and the government. Party leaders said the decision was made to ...Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago Fullfledged AL central committee announced Daily Observer, 1 month ago
The ruling Awami League formed its new Parliamentary Board and Local Government Nomination Board on the second and final day of the party's two-day national council at the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh yesterday. The party formed the ...Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago AL forms new Parliamentary Board, Local Govt Nomination Board Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago AL forms new Parliamentary Board Daily Observer, 1 month ago AL new Parliamentary Board & Local Govt Nomination Board formed Daily Observer, 1 month ago
A new Bangladesh law regulating the work of foreign funded non-governmental organisations (NGOs) is intended to "intimidate" groups critical of the government, the head of a prominent anti-corruption watchdog has told Al Jazeera. The Foreign ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 month ago Bangladesh: New Law Will Choke Civil Society Human Rights Watch, 1 month ago Concern in Bangladesh over NGO regulation bill UCAN India, 1 month ago
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