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- December 12, 2017
Pakistan must apologise, instead of remaining in denial
Many of the atrocities of 71 were committed by people of our own soil
Yes, there are challenges ahead, but if we keep in our hearts the values we so passionately fought for 46 years ago, we can and will succeed in the future
We applaud the prime minister for her commitment to help and honour veterans in the military
Remembrance Day pays tribute to all fallen soldiers
Twelve freedom fighters and three villagers were martyred in the face-to-face battle with the Pakistani occupation forces on the bank of Chandrabati River at Bangshipara on November 6, 1971.
Helping the Rohingya is the job of a responsible world nation
What would Bangladesh have been like today if Bangabandhu were still with us?
Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir has announced to return the award conferred on his late father by the Bangladeshi government in 2013.
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Man fights with his heart, as hardly can guns liberate him from anything. Tariq Ali has been part of a group of artistes who visited refugee camps across the borders and training camps for freedom fighters in 1971. They sang to fighters patriotic songs to keep their morale high and to bring solace and smiles to the refugees. Most importantly what they did is that they kept the dream of independence alive and reached out to refugees to listen to their horror odyssey. He reveals how songs had turned into one of the greatest weapons during the Liberation War of Bangladesh…
As Bangladesh marked the 46th Victory Day yesterday, thousands poured into the streets in Dhaka to pay respect to the martyrs of the Liberation War and celebrate their hard fought victory from Pakistan.
Bangladesh may have gained independence on December 16, 1971, but the anti-liberation forces are still at large and they must be defeated at all costs, said freedom fighters yesterday.
The Liberation war veterans from India and Russia have expressed firm conviction that Bangladesh would become a great country in the near future.
Victory would not have been possible without the immense courage of our people