Nod to black money but for whom

July 10, 2012
Meer Ahsan Habib
Nod to black money but for whom

Black is defined as non-existence of colour while white is the opposite, combination of all colours. So, psychologically, white is supposed to be more desirable than black.
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The ugly face of power politics

January 12, 2012
Meer Ahsan Habib
The ugly face of power politics

Jubaer, Ananda and Emil all came from middle-class families. Ananda could have become a renowned economist but instead chose to be a party cadre. He lost his life leaving his family and friends in shock and grief.
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Posted in Education, Law and Justice, Student Politics | 22 Comments »

Is Obama trying to bring democracy in Libya by shredding the US Constitution?

May 25, 2011
Meer Ahsan Habib
Is Obama trying to bring democracy in Libya by shredding the US Constitution?

To begin with, let us look back December 20, 2007 when the then Senator Barack Obama said “the president does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation.”
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Revolutionising the approach of aid

February 10, 2011
Meer Ahsan Habib
Revolutionising the approach of aid

The question whether aid has really contributed to the overall development of recipient countries (mainly 49 low income LDCs) is still unclear. There is no evidence that development aid has made significant contribution in uplifting a country’s economic and human development status. The poor number of graduated countries also supports this fact. The UN-OHRLLS’s Basic...
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Posted in Development | 8 Comments »

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