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Has Bangladesh lost its focus?


Written By: KULDIP NAYAR
13/02/2016 1:16
Bangladesh in Intl. Media

  After arrival at Dhaka, it does not take you long to realize that here is one country which has lost its ethos. There is not a speck of the revolutionary fervor which had stirred the people in East Pakistan to wage the liberation struggle against the distant and exploitive West....    Full story...

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A Miscarriage of Justice in Bangladesh -Ronak D. Desai


Written By: Tojveroul
04/12/2015 14:43 01/12/2015 20:24
Bangladesh

Bangladesh executed two senior opposition leaders earlier this month for perpetrating crimes against humanity during the country’s savage 1971 war of independence from Pakistan. Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party and Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid of the....    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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WHY WAS BANGLADESH CREATED AND WHAT KIND OF BANGLADESH WAS DREAMT?


Written By: Ahmedullah
19/12/2014 23:07
Burning Issue

16 December, The Victory Day of Bangladesh has just passed. Over the last 43 years, since as an independent country, we have seen much political violence, army rules, assassinations of heads of state, polarisation between political parties and conflicts at various levels growing and getting....    Full story...

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Bangladesh, a country where the government violating human rights violently


Written By: Shehzad_Aman
11/12/2014 4:40 11/12/2014 4:33
Human rights

Few days ago, two young men were shot by Police at their leg and were heavily injured. It seems like they might be invalid with their injured leg for the rest of their life. One year ago, 7 activists of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) were abducted and they haven’t come back even....    Full story...

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Polarised Conflicts,Ideas of Bengali Culture and fallacy of Bengali Nationalism in Bangladesh


Written By: Ahmedullah
08/12/2014 23:17 08/12/2014 23:13
Religion & Culture

The causes of polarised politics Many people are baffled by the intense levels of hatred that exists between different factions in Bangladesh and fail to understand the possible underlying reasons behind the current conflict. Complex factors are no doubt at play, including attachments to....    Full story...

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How fair is the trial against Mr.Kamaruzzaman?


Written By: MoududMolla
02/11/2014 22:57 02/11/2014 22:48
BD War crime trial

The trial was a sham. The International community, legal experts, authorities, the United Nations, and human rights groups have expressed their concerns regarding the Tribunal and criticised it for blatantly disregarding fair trial standards. The international community has also criticised the....    Full story...

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How biased and politicized is the court of Bangladesh?


Written By: MoududMolla
02/11/2014 16:25
BD War crime trial

The sole purpose of the special tribunal, supposedly set up to deal with “Crimes against Humanity” during 1971 war, is to persecute the top Jamaat-e-Islami leadership. That is why the Awami League government was not particularly interested in maintaining any standards in setting....    Full story...

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KADER MOLLAH:JUDIACIALLY MURDERED MARTYR


Written By: Ahmedullah
11/05/2014 23:30
Law and Order

We are approaching five months since Kader Mollah was judicially murdered in Bangladesh by the government. Until the war crimes trial process, which started a few years ago, I did not even know who K Mollah was and only knew the names of a handful of Jamaatists, including Golam....    Full story...

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What HRW, Amnesty and ICJ say about Quader Molla death sentence


Written By: DavidBergman
24/09/2013 2:19 24/09/2013 2:12
BD War crime trial

Here are the views of two international human rights organizations, and one international jurist organization to the appellate division decision on Quader Mollah which sentenced him on 17 September 2013 to death (see here for details of offense and here for what might happen....    Full story...

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A story of The Ignorant Barrister and Human Rights Watch


Written By: MohammadHossain
20/08/2013 21:46
BD War crime trial

Almost all parties with arguments for and against the International Crimes Tribunal which was set to try the war criminals of 1971 are unanimous in agreement that the government did not invest adequate resources in the materialization of the tribunal, whether through allocation of funds or the....    Full story...

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Syrian conflict – Iran and Hezbollah entre the fray


Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
22/05/2013 17:23
Burning Issue

In any war there are the good guys and there are bad guys. In this Syrian civil war, the good guys are the Syrian people and the bad guys are Bashar Al Asad and his thugs. The evil of this regime cannot be described in words; it started from Hafiz Al Assad, the father of the current president. He....    Full story...

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Sayedi’s defence witness found in a jail in Calcutta!


Written By: Ajmal-Masroor
17/05/2013 1:36
BD War crime trial

Delwar Hossain Sayedi was recently sentence to death by the Bangladesh’s infamous international crimes tribunal for alleged war crimes. The government accused Sayedi aka Dilu Shikdar of several crimes during the war of independence in 1971. He was sentence to death on a specific charge of....    Full story...

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International Crimes Tribunal of Bangladesh in the Light of History


Written By: Nazmul
28/04/2013 0:04 27/04/2013 23:49
BD War crime trial

by Dr. Abdullah Al-Ahsan   Bangladesh has recently captured headlines in international media outlets thanks to its International War Crime Tribunal (ICT)....    Full story...

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Evidence prove Kamaruzzman cases invalid


Written By: Nazmul
23/04/2013 1:33 22/04/2013 22:48
BD War crime trial

Assistant secretary general of Bangladesh Jamat-e-Islami Mohammad Kamaruzzaman was accused at the International Crimes Tribunal-2 for committing crimes against humanity such as genocide, torture during the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971. He was detained on 13th July 2010 but “shown....    Full story...

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