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Mujibnagar Govt and Bangabandhu’s Leadership

Under Bangabandhu’s leadership, we got the country called Bangladesh. Now the country is well recognized in the world because of his daughter Sheikh Hasina. Under her proper guidance, the government is moving forward. Writing about the life and politics of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman will not end in a whole day or a whole month. The Father of the Nation is an integral part of history.

-- writes Dr Md. Shafiqul Islam

Every year on April 17, Bangladesh co...

The 52 years of criminal economy

These two sectors bred some new elite classes who didn’t carry any meaningful social base earlier. A section of uncivilised social parasites, locally known as Jamir Dalal (Land Broker) and Adam Bepari (Manpower Dealer), emerged as the determining factors in the economy. With huge kickbacks, they began to occupy the political spaces also. Thus an immoral process of the economy began to rise, which Dr Akbar Ali Khan defined as ‘Shuyorer Bacchader Orthonity (Economy of Bastards)’. I would rather dare to dub it a ‘criminal economy’.

-- writes A. R. Farrukh Ahamed

Tribute to Ullaskar: An anti-British revolutionary

Among the 36 accused, Ullaskar Dutta and Barindra Kumar Ghosh were ordered to be hanged. After hearing the sentence of execution, Ullashkar came back to the jail with a cheerful smile and said, "Now I get escaped from my responsibility". A European watchman saw this and called one of his friends “Look, the man is going to be hanged but he laughs. His friend replied “Yes, I know they all laugh at death’’.

---- Dr Sheikh Shahbaz Riad

A government for all in the polls-time

According to Article 48 (1) of the Constitution, His Excellency the President is elected by the members of the National Assembly. Under the same provision, members of the parliament shall elect eleven persons in the capacity of a full minister as the members of a government responsible for holding the national elections.

----- A. R. Farrukh Ahamed

What would have happened if the result of the 1970 election were conceded by the then West Pakistan government? In fact, the logical ...

Bangladesh and its position in the environmental protection indicator index

Saaif Rasul

After some improvement in environmental protection, Bangladesh's position has gone down again. Bangladesh ranks 16th out of 180 countries in the Global Environmental Protection Index published last week. Earlier, in 2020, Bangladesh was ranked 162nd on the list. This position in the list shows that the situation in Bangladesh is rapidly deteriorating on important issues such as environmental health, ecosystem, biodiversity, and climate change. The global report was ...