Badsaha elected chairman

Written By: manoneshdas
19/03/2015 14:51

Muktagachha Mymensingh district UP Chairman of the Council of 8 daogamo union elections were held today, Thursday efficiently. Khondokar Jamaluddin Badsaha was elected as chairman of the (Auto Rickshaw tokens) got 4.174 votes. His nearest rival, Majnu sarkar (3.894 votes received (duipata Marca)....    Full story...

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Sisi wins the Egyptian election by 96% votes

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
05/06/2014 9:21
Contemporary Debate

What is common between the King of Saudi Arabia and William Hague, the British Foreign Secretary? They were both the first ones to congratulate the Dictator General, the new Pharaoh, the despot and the only so called savior of Egypt - Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. In the recent farcical presidential....    Full story...

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Written By: Ahmedullah
28/05/2014 16:04 28/05/2014 13:54
Contemporary Debate

Greatness is a relative concept and therefore not all greatnesses are equivalent in reality. However, all greatnesses are something extraordinary based on the contexts, challenges and barriers faced by the individuals in question and how they overcame them. I feel Mayor Luthfur has achieved....    Full story...

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Election results in Egypt

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
28/05/2014 11:40

I am predicting a landslide victory for General Sisi in the Presidential election in Egypt today. He will probably win 98% of the votes and will be embraced as the greatest savoir of Egypt. His victory in this pretentious and so called democratic election would overshadow all the other despots....    Full story...

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Upzilla Election-2014 in the eye of an observer-1

Written By: mahfuj
09/04/2014 17:38

Government has completed Upzilla Election-2014 with success in spite of rising criticism on last three phases. This election has divided in five phases. I was observer of last phase, most crucial and impefect corrupted phase. It was 31 march 2014 I started my observation from 10 am in 2 no. north....    Full story...

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Lutfur Rahman, Panorama, And Gilligan

Written By: TowerHamletVoice
02/04/2014 13:06
Contemporary Debate

As predicted by Andrew “transcription error” Gilligan, last night’s Panorama investigation into Tower Hamlets’ elected Mayor Lutfur Rahman caused clear discomfort to its target and his supporters, but was noticeable not for what it copied from....    Full story...

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Election of 5th January 2014:in the eyes of Constitution, democracy and international law

Written By: NazirAhmed
17/02/2014 11:39
Contemporary Debate

Introduction The tenth parliamentary election in Bangladesh was held on 5th January 2014 - but, what kind of election was it?  Over half - 153 out of 300 – the MPs were elected unopposed!  That means more than half of the voters of the country were deprived of....    Full story...

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India’s stance, ground reality and constitutionality

Written By: NazirAhmed
06/01/2014 22:33
Law and Order

Terming yesterday's parliamentary polls as "constitutional requirement", India today reiterated its position that the ‘democratic processes must be allowed to take their own course in Bangladesh.’ ‘Elections in Bangladesh on 5th January were a ‘constitutional....    Full story...

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Pity the democracy in Bangladesh

Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
06/01/2014 22:25

Yesterday the 10th parliamentary election took place in Bangladesh, under the current Awami League government and its extremely stubborn and vicious Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, I prefer to call her the lady Hitler. Under her watch Bangladesh has seen the highest amount of human rights abuse and....    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
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The Lesson Awami League and BNP to Learn from Local Election

Written By: HarunurRashid
20/06/2013 23:33 20/06/2013 15:33
Contemporary Debate

Sounds strange, but BNP is not celebrating its resounding success in the city corporation polls, nor does Awami League seem to look to have received a deadly punch in the election bout. What makes a difference from the past is the way the winners and losers are embracing each other and accepting....    Full story...

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