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14:49, Oct 24, 2019
Campus politics may lead to educational inequality
Md. Shamsul Islam
Having read the emotion-laden accounts of divided opinions on the primacy of student politics in our campuses, especially in the aftermath of BUET...
13:55, Oct 23, 2019
Clerics’ role to prevent religion based violence!
The Bhola incident is a reminder that despite talking of reason and propagating the importance of rational action, when it comes to the issue of...
23:31, Oct 22, 2019
Should one's conscience prick?
If there were questions related to the fairness of the last General Elections Rashed Khan Menon has set doubts to rest declaring that the last...
23:20, Oct 22, 2019
Religious interpretation of human rights and freedom of religion
To understand whether human rights and freedom of religion do have a religious origin it is necessary to briefly look at what is meant by human...
16:06, Oct 22, 2019
Global economy slows, recession risk hangs in the balance
Economic growth around the world has slowed to a crawl but (so far) there are few signs of the second-round effects on jobs, income and spending...
17:40, Oct 20, 2019
Of men, murder and mystery
Syed Badrul Ahsan
On 16 October 1951, Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan, chief lieutenant of Mohammad Ali Jinnah and Pakistan’s first prime minister, was assassinated as he...
14:43, Oct 19, 2019
Inside Trump’s Syria call
Md Sharif Hasan
President Donald Trump’s recent announcement regarding the withdrawal of US troops from northwestern Syria carries a mixed message about the future...
14:42, Oct 19, 2019
Towards a post-American Middle East
As protests spread across the Arab world in late 2010 and early 2011, the Obama administration struggled to decide a strategy. Torn between...
14:41, Oct 17, 2019
Connectivity: Sheikh Hasina wants development and nature protection
After attending United Nations (UN), General Assembly and attending the World Economic Summit 2019 in India as Its chief guest, and making a ...
17:10, Oct 16, 2019
Bringing qualitative change in politics
There was a time when there was a space for student politics. In a disorganised education system universities and colleges needed a students group...
17:04, Oct 15, 2019
Yes or no for student politics!
With the violent death of BUET student Abrar Fahad due to beatings by student political leaders, the diabolical face of student politics has come...
13:09, Oct 14, 2019
Trump's presidency gets less predictable
Having effectively and unexpectedly given the green light to a Turkish military incursion against America's sometime Syrian Kurdish allies, US...
17:00, Oct 13, 2019
Responsibility, resignations ... and individuals of moral courage
Syed Badrul Ahsan
A few days ago, a senior leader of the Bangladesh Chhatra League made it known that the organization would not take responsibility for the murder...
19:39, Oct 12, 2019
No blanket ban on student politics
News of banning politics in the premier Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) has been widely welcomed, but one thought...
17:35, Oct 10, 2019
Sheikh Hasina’s visit: An example of charismatic ‘humanitarian diplomacy’
We can analyse Sheikh Hasina's Delhi visit in two different ways. Firstly, Bangladesh joining the World Economic Forum Summit 2019 in India, with...
19:21, Oct 09, 2019
ASEAN Plus formula unlikely to resolve Rohingya crisis
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina tabled a four-point proposal at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) to solve the Rohingya crisis.“The crisis is...
18:40, Oct 08, 2019
Does dissent bring death in a democracy?
While political analysts were expressing their views on the recent Indo-Bangla deals, Abrar Fahad, a student from Bangladesh’s apex university...
14:39, Oct 08, 2019
PM, “onion diplomacy” and India
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has much to be pleased about her visit to India which also made Bangladeshis proud of their leader who placed all her...
17:02, Oct 07, 2019
Hedge funds sell more oil as economic outlook worsens
Hedge funds sold petroleum futures and options for the second week running as the post-attack bounce in oil prices evaporated and attention shifted...
19:57, Oct 06, 2019
Imran Khan’s call, Hoodbhoy’s comments and Pakistan’s 1971
Syed Badrul Ahsan
Quite a good deal of comment as also cynicism has been generated by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s recent telephonic call to Bangladesh Prime...
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