Sitangshu Guha: I have wondered about this for some time. My Bangladeshi Hindu brethren want an exemplary and courageous leader to follow, but they are… Read More »Now is the right time for Hindus to realize their rights
In 2018, Bangladesh used brute force to quell student protests. It’s time to address official lapses
As protests in solidarity with Black American George Floyd, killed by police in the state of Minnesota, spread across the globe, Bangladeshi students mark two… Read More »In 2018, Bangladesh used brute force to quell student protests. It’s time to address official lapses
The overall world production of heroin is centered in the narco-state of Afghanistan, which has the world’s largest opium poppy plantations, tightly controlled by the… Read More »Pakistani spy agency behind narco-trade
New Age Editorial: THE proposal that the Bangladesh Textile Mills Association, the national trade body of the primary textile sector, put forth on May 30… Read More »Govt should heed BTMA yarn anti-dumping duty demand
Taqbir Huda: On May 9, 2020, the president of Bangladesh sanctioned the operation of virtual courts by the judiciary by passing the Adalot Kortrik Tothyo Projukti… Read More »Virtual courts and the future of justice
It’s a case of identity theft by insecure Islamists Avishek Sen: The nouveau riche have a tendency to fiercely compete with the traditional elite for social dominance… Read More »No, Akbar did not create the Bengali calendar
Migration, river management, radicalisation Joyeeta Bhattacharjee: India and Bangladesh’s relationship has been growing steadily over the past few years, especially since Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh… Read More »What does the future hold for India-Bangladesh relations?