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An ongoing legacy

An ongoing legacy

Md Mostafijur Rahman

Tue, Mar 17 2020

Bangabandhu’s spirit lives on to this day 

Tackling the difficult political history...

Tackling the difficult political history...

Atiur Rahman

Fri, Dec 20 2019

Professor Nurul Islam’s exploration of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh should be required reading...

50 years of ‘Bangladesh’

50 years of ‘Bangladesh’

Anando Mostofa

Thu, Dec 5 2019

How our country got its name

All the concert(s) for Bangladesh

All the concert(s) for Bangladesh

Opinion

Thu, Nov 28 2019

Pete Townshend remembers 1971 when George Harrison 'shone a light on some of the Pakistani...

Utilizing the potential of our...

Utilizing the potential of our...

Uncategorized

Thu, May 2 2019

With the right will, we can develop the skills and jobs that young people need and deserve

The year 1969: 50 years on

The year 1969: 50 years on

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Thu, Jan 24 2019

Have we battered our history? Or swept it under the rug?

Our world in ‘inverted commas’

Our world in ‘inverted commas’

SN Rasul

Thu, Dec 27 2018

When winning is not winning

After the war

After the war

Shilpi Rahman

Sat, Dec 15 2018

Some wounds don’t heal

The epitome of courage

The epitome of courage

Opinion

Wed, Aug 15 2018

Remembering Brig Gen Jamil -- the man who died trying to save Bangabandhu

Bangabandhu’s dream for Bangladesh

Bangabandhu’s dream for Bangladesh

Moazzem Hossain , Moazzem Hossain

Fri, Aug 18 2017

Development, democracy, and decentralisation are key

At the helm after 1972

At the helm after 1972

Opinion

Mon, Aug 14 2017

It was because of Bangabandhu’s efforts that the world recognised Bangladesh

The Liberation War as we don’t know...

The Liberation War as we don’t know...

Mamun Rashid , Mamun Rashid

Sun, Jun 18 2017

How we have failed to offer an unbiased story to the rest of the world

Bangla Mamata

Bangla Mamata

Ekram Kabir , Ekram Kabir

Fri, Jun 16 2017

Bangladesh could provide a roadmap for Mamata Banerjee

When words get you killed

When words get you killed

Maruf Rosul

Tue, Feb 14 2017

The country has failed to do justice to writers like Ahmed Rajib Haider