When Tarique Rahman said that Ziaur Rahman was the first President of Bangladesh many people were understandably incredulous.
- Comment 11
‘Where have all the flowers gone?’ as the revolutionary folksong legend Pete Seeger used to sing creating unwarily stirring impact on the youth’s mind to make them dream for a better world to live in, and while marching toward that end he exploded with passion, ‘We shall overcome.’ He died but left his deep resonant… Read more »
- Comment 3
Rather than brushing it off as a BNP-AL production, it’s better to be ready to handle what has emerged as the ‘al-Qaeda’ threat.
- Comment 8
The long political stalemate in Nepal has been broken and veteran Nepali Congress leader Sushil Koirala, who spent 16 years in India in self-imposed exile,
- Comment 1
Bangladesh had crossed on 5th of January 2014 the great Rubicon of national election for the tenth time in its 43 years of existence. An election in Bangladesh is always a very stressful event
- Comment 12
Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) needs a few grand and revolutionary ideas, which do not involve street protests