Afsan Chowdhury

Can Bangladesh survive this election?

January 6, 2014
Can Bangladesh survive this election?

The 2014 election may well be the most significant elections we have ever had in Bangladesh. It didn’t look or feel much like an election with paltry voter turnouts, violence in several centres and chalking up Read more »

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Kayes Ahmed

List from Hell, we are on it!

January 4, 2014
List from Hell, we are on it!

Happy New Year; you are damned! I am looking out onto the beautiful town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, apparently the best small town in the world. I was still recovering from the merry making Read more »

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Sajeeb Wazed

The choice before you

January 2, 2014
The choice before you

At this point in time, with the 10th Parliamentary elections upon us, we are all painfully aware of the reasons for the Opposition’s boycott and their demands. Read more »

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Hasan Zillur Rahim

Technology and a New Year’s resolution

January 1, 2014
Technology and a New Year’s resolution

The irony of our time is that we have tuned out the real world by surrendering our heart and soul to the virtual world. Read more »

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Rainer Ebert

A New Year’s resolution: Dare to be kind

January 1, 2014
A New Year’s resolution: Dare to be kind

Many know Leonardo da Vinci as the Italian Renaissance genius who painted the Mona Lisa. Read more »

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Syed Bashir

Would Bangladesh need an Aam Admi Party?

December 31, 2013
Would Bangladesh need an Aam Admi Party?

You could call it high populism but Arvind Kejriwal was scoring points by taking the Metro rail on his first day to office as Delhi chief minister. Read more »

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Muhammad Q. Islam

Thailand and Bangladesh: A tale of two countries

December 29, 2013
Thailand and Bangladesh: A tale of two countries

Recent events in Thailand bear some parallels with events in Bangladesh. In both countries, the party out of power demands an interim caretaker government. Read more »

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Anis Chowdhury

Bangladesh: Progress and challenges

December 29, 2013
Bangladesh: Progress and challenges

In a short span since independence, Bangladesh has proved the sceptics wrong. From an “international basket case” and a “test case of development” Read more »

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Matiur Rahman

The ultimate source of power

December 28, 2013
The ultimate source of power

The current politicians in Bangladesh with some exceptions are no longer trusted and respected by the common people who are the ultimate source of power Read more »

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