The opposition in Bangladesh has avoided the temptations of populism
In both Bangladesh and India, nationalism is historically rooted
The authorities must establish a zero tolerance policy for election season violence
For the elections to be free and fair, all contesting parties need to get along
What Bangladesh’s politicians can learn from regional history
Will this lead to a more amicable relationship between China and the US?
More female voters can lead to more prospective female parliamentarians
How one presents oneself is important at all stages of life
Progressive politics does not translate into progress
George HW Bush gave no quarter to anybody, but was able to maintain a veneer of civility
Dr Hossain’s legacy is unquestionable. This is the concluding part of yesterday’s op-ed
The two political heavyweights of Kushtia have submitted their affidavits to the district returning office...
In South Asia, history is replete with irony
Mashrafe bin Mortaza did not have any words to offer ever since collecting his nomination papers from...
Sri Lanka has been politically paralysed since October 26 when President Maithripala Sirisena sacked...
Alija Izetbegovic brought Bosnia independence, and stood strong in the face of genocidal horrors
This is how politics should be done, through civil negotiation, not with sticks, bricks, and arson
Election monitoring is imperative to maintaining a democracy
Oppression comes in many layers
Her remarks come a day after clashes between police and BNP men in Dhaka
Total 150 participants from across the country have been selected to participate at the event
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