The message delivered in Projonmo Chottor by the youth of Bangladesh may seem pretty straightforward: an outcry for the capital punishment for the war criminals of 1971.
- Comment 2
While I have always been fascinated by the red and green flare of our flag, the power of its spirit struck me as suddenly every one stood up, and hundreds of us were covered by the shelter of our beloved flag
- Comment 5
We are expatriate Bangladeshis. Like the ordinary people of Bangladesh, we hold Bangladesh deep inside our hearts. That is exactly why
- Comment 4
Lately, I’ve been invited to give my reaction to what’s going on there in Bangladesh in regard to Abdul Quader Mollah’s life sentence. Why wasn’t he given the death penalty?
- Comment 31
A young man on the edge of Shahbagh circle looked straight at me and yelled out “Revolution!” with the same vigour and sentimentality of a young Che on a motorbike.
- Comment 9
History moves on its own path. None can stop it. It runs its own natural course despite twists and turns. History is again in replay in Bangladesh.