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Debapriya: Strong democracy needed to...

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Mon, Mar 27 2017

Currently, 55% of Bangladesh’s GDP is somehow connected with the global economy and Bhattachariya thinks...

India’s democracy is imperfect, but...

India’s democracy is imperfect, but...

Esam Sohail , Esam Sohail

Fri, Mar 24 2017

In India, elections do actually matter

A long shadow on democracy

A long shadow on democracy

Muhammad Zamir

Sat, Mar 18 2017

Is the world about to be ruled by populists?

The EC our country needs

The EC our country needs

Muhammad Zamir

Sat, Mar 4 2017

The Election Commission is our last line of defense against political corruption

Badal comes down heavily on HRW, US...

Badal comes down heavily on HRW, US...

Politics

Wed, Mar 1 2017

Badal urged HRW to assess Bangladesh's judiciary, flow of information and anti-graft activities, before...

A sliver of cruelty

A sliver of cruelty

Mohammad Rafiqul Hassan

Tue, Feb 28 2017

For some, February 14 isn’t a day to celebrate love

Aspiring to lead

Aspiring to lead

A strong, independent EC is essential to Bangladesh

The disenfranchised masses

The disenfranchised masses

Tribune In-depth

Sun, Feb 12 2017

Do citizens in democracies have a voice, or just a vote?

A commission of spines?

A commission of spines?

Esam Sohail , Esam Sohail

Fri, Feb 10 2017

Being able to say ‘no’ is the most important part of the EC’s job

A step in the wrong direction

A step in the wrong direction

Editorial

Thu, Feb 9 2017

Such a list is an ominous sign for a democracy, and would further compromise the already unsteady relationship...

No home away from home

No home away from home

Luba Khalili

Thu, Feb 9 2017

The new Citizenship Bill is self-defeating

Do the EC nominees have what it...

Do the EC nominees have what it...

Editorial

Tue, Feb 7 2017

The EC must never give in to bullying, and must never abuse its power if it is to change this culture...

No way to celebrate democracy

No way to celebrate democracy

Editorial

Fri, Jan 6 2017

Clogging up all the roads of a busy metropolis, halting all activity, is no way to celebrate...

BNP’s Democracy Killing Day programmes...

BNP’s Democracy Killing Day programmes...

Politics

Fri, Jan 6 2017

BNP’s countrywide programme marking what it calls Democracy Killing Day was thwarted yesterday by police...

With and without Bhumibol

With and without Bhumibol

Upon King Bhumibol’s death, Thailand stands divided

Bans and blocks and tick-tocks 

Bans and blocks and tick-tocks 

SN Rasul

Mon, Jan 2 2017

Will the new year wash away our sins?

Basic democracy revisited

Basic democracy revisited

What can we hope from the zilla parishad elections?

Democracy assists participatory...

Democracy assists participatory...

Muhammad Zamir

Sun, Jan 1 2017

The Narayanganj election has given Bangladesh hope in democracy

What’s at stake in Poland’s crisis of...

What’s at stake in Poland’s crisis of...

Europe

Sun, Dec 18 2016

A bitter political crisis in Poland worsened over the weekend with heated protests both in and outside...

Efficiency over democracy?

Efficiency over democracy?

Mahmood Sadaat Ruhul

Sun, Dec 11 2016

The Italian referendum would have been disastrous if populist movements had taken power

A breach in the line of defence

A breach in the line of defence

Esam Sohail , Esam Sohail

Sat, Dec 10 2016

The world needs a new set of defenders