What if Bangabandhu had taken charge as Pakistan’s prime minister?
How the photographer established the pedagogy of photography in South Asia
Continuing USAID’s long-standing and productive relationship with Bangladesh
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman will live on forever in the hearts of Bangladeshis
The assassination of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman wounded a young nation forever
The true history must be brought to light
Who succeeded, and who failed?
An event such as this is unprecedented in Bangladesh’s history, and truly speaks to the advancements...
Dhaka was a slice of paradise in the old days
Any apology to Bangladesh would imply that Pakistan's use of terror was self-destructive
In 1971, quotas were probably necessary. But times have changed
We stood on the shoulders of giants, only to be left alienated and disenfranchised
The country has already given us a lot, now it’s our turn to give back
On this day 47 years ago, an entire generation of Bangladeshis rose up as one and dared to be free
When does a nation become truly independent?
President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina issued separate messages on the eve of Genocide...
We must look back at the fateful month when the call to freedom was made
The importance of words cannot be overstated, and are reflective of and related to social and political...
We have been given the rare opportunity of a second birth. This article was first published in March...
What have we become, how low have we fallen?
During the War of Liberation in 1971, Tepri Rani was tortured by the Pakistani occupation army at a camp...
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