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Bangladesh on the Brink-New York Times


Written By: NY TIMES EDITORIAL BOARD
12/02/2015 15:21
Bangladesh in Intl. Media

Bangladesh is on the edge of political chaos, and the intransigence of both the ruling Awami League and the opposition Bangladesh National Party is to blame. Unless both parties take immediate steps to pull back from entrenched positions, restrain the violent elements of their activist bases and....    Full story...

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BNP Declares Nationwide Strike, But AL ( Ruling Party ) cadres more active in Burning Bus and Killing people ! ( Photo Post )


Written By: Nazmul
07/02/2015 19:55
Bangladesh

Bangladesh is burning! People are in shock. Current political instability arising the tension on a daily basis. Death toll rises, despite the entire crisis both government and the opposition party does not show any empathy to the citizens of the country in their action.  Opposition party....    Full story...

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Bangladesh's government 'seeking to marginalize' the opposition


Written By: Deutsche Welle
04/02/2015 11:06
Bangladesh in Intl. Media

Fire bombs, trains derailments, street protests – Bangladesh is witnessing a surge in political violence which has killed 50 people. DW speaks to analyst Jasmin Lorch about how the government is reacting to the turmoil. On early Tuesday, February 3, fire bombs were thrown at a packed....    Full story...

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Bangladesh:Assassination attempt to Khaledia Zia foiled


Written By: Ibn Hai
03/02/2015 16:24
Burning Issue

Image: Police taking Mufidul Islam   Everyone in Bangladesh is worried about recent political crisis and praying to end this deadlock. However, A serious news may gone unnoticed by many.  A potential plot to kill  Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) Chair and opposition....    Full story...

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Why Bangladesh’s politics are broken


Written By: The Economist
03/02/2015 15:52
Bangladesh in Intl. Media

FOR the past month Bangladesh, a country of nearly 160m people, has (yet again) been paralysed. The opposition leader, Khaleda Zia, has been confined to a party office in the capital, Dhaka. Her Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) has been staging a nationwide blockade of roads, railways and....    Full story...

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Political Persecution in Bangladesh-Analysis


Written By: MILI MITRA
03/02/2015 1:05 03/02/2015 0:53
Human rights

On January 5, Bangladesh celebrated the first anniversary of the 2014 general election. The election resulted in victory for incumbent Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajed, president of the Awami League. While anniversaries are generally occasions for triumphant pomp and show,....    Full story...

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BANGLADESH: KHALEDA-HASINA,ARE THEY REALLY COMMITTED TO DEMOCRACY?


Written By: Dr. Binodkumar Singh
03/02/2015 1:06 03/02/2015 0:41
Politics

Political deadlock and violent conflict between Bangladesh’s two main political parties – the Awami League (AL) and Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) have characterized national elections since the country’s return to democratic rule in 1991. Ever since then, the deep distrust....    Full story...

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January 2015:Serial Killing Mission of Govt Security Forces!


Written By: Nazmul
03/02/2015 0:25 03/02/2015 0:06
Human rights

As the main opposition party leader calls nationwide blockade demanding National Election, a crucial serial killing started from the January 2015 to shut down anti government protests.  Govt forces allegedly targeting the opposition activists. Govt security forces like Police, RAB are....    Full story...

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Bangladesh: Key Media Executive arrested,fear extrajudicial Murder


Written By: Nazmul
01/02/2015 15:24 01/02/2015 15:22
News

Detective Branch(DB) of Bangladesh arrested top Media personality while ago without any formal charge. Mosaddek Ali (Falu), the Chairman and Managing Director of Popular Private TV Channel NTV has been held GMT 2pm. Image: DB taking Mosaddek Ali, Managing Director....    Full story...

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Question at the day’s end- “Is police department in Bangladesh a substitute for the court of law?”


Written By: VorerPakhi
22/01/2015 14:34 22/01/2015 6:39
Bangladesh

Since last week, at least 3 people, 2 belonging to BNP and 1 to Jamaat-e-Islami, with names Motiur Rahman, Nurujjaman Jony and Imrul Kayes, have been shot dead in so-called police-y gunfights. It is ‘so-called’ because only one party, the cops, were armed....    Full story...

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Tribute to President Zia's Birthday: the events of 1975 and the emergence of Zia


Written By: Ahmedullah
19/01/2015 18:06
History

1975 : A Defining Year for Bangladesh Today is the birthday of president Zia of Bangladesh. He was a great man who articulated the spirit and heart of Bangladesh and brought order, stability and hope to the then dispirited people of Bangladesh during the 1970s. That is why, regardless of....    Full story...

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Opposition under lock and key: Awami Version of ‘Democracy’!!!


Written By: VorerPakhi
05/01/2015 18:44 05/01/2015 18:36
Bangladesh

Bangladesh is probably the biggest wonder of the world! Do you know why? It’s because of her bizarre system of ‘Democracy’!! Does it sound weird? Ok dudes, just let me explain.   Awami League, as a party and as a part of the government, claims itself to be an advocate....    Full story...

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Jan-5 ‘Sham Election’ in Bangladesh: The day the ‘Democracy’ died


Written By: VorerPakhi
05/01/2014 17:56
Bangladesh

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1072670    Full story...

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Bangladesh on the edge: Barring the “march” or burying “democracy”?(!)


Written By: VorerPakhi
29/12/2013 17:01
Bangladesh

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1071167    Full story...

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The Death of Democracy in Bangladesh


Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
29/12/2013 12:08
Politics

Today the opposition parties in Bangladesh have called for a national march for democracy. The vast majority of the opposition parties are boycotting the upcoming election. The Prime Minister has declared the election for the 5th of January 2014 and the opposition parties have called it....    Full story...

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