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Democracy International (DI) shows Awami League would have won the January 5 elections with at least a 5.8% margin

February 4, 2014
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Democracy International (DI) shows Awami League would have won the January 5 elections with at least a 5.8% margin

Post-election poll funded by USAID and DFID and carried out by US based Democracy International (DI) shows Awami League would have won the January 5 elections with at least a 5.8% margin even if BNP-Jamaat had participated. The poll surveyed 2544 citizens nationwide between January 11 to January 15 and was conducted independently of any…

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Ilias isn’t a ‘hero’, yet people seek the answer

April 20, 2012
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Ilias isn’t a ‘hero’, yet people seek the answer

Government may not answer the question if the agencies or law enforcers are responsible for disappearance cases. Well, people won’t mind much in government’s silence, if they find the disappeared one is back to his home. In 71 BC although he was presumed killed in battle, the body of the rebel slave Spartacus was never…

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Contemplations on Politics in Bangladesh

February 7, 2010
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The row between the government and the opposition remains repetitive and as time-wasting as Samuel Beckett’s stagnant stage of Waiting for Godot. Nothing changes. People don’t get security or health service from the state; education fails to accommodate a wider generation and police continues to humiliate civil citizens. No political party works towards establishing social…

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Bangladesh Student League, stumbling block of a democratic Awami League

February 3, 2010
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Bangladesh is possibly the most undemocratically democratic country in the world. Since its emergence, it has been ruled, in total, for 17 years by meta-democratic, often military-led regimes and born-out-of-Cantonment pseudo-democratic parties. Here party councilors do not elect political leaders but they are selected. Political leaders are succeeded by their heirs. They are selected on…

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Selling the Country to India?

January 17, 2010
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In a press conference on Bangladesh Prime Minster (PM) Sheikh Hasina’s recently concluded visit to India, Madam Khaleda Zia, ex-Prime Minister and current leader of Opposition in the Parliament of Bangladesh, alleged that the PM had sold the country to India. The salient features of her claims are: • The Water sharing issues were left…

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So far so good

January 6, 2010
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So far so good

Photo: Awami League President Sheikh Hasina, in her first public speech after her party’s landslide victory in the 29th December 2008 Parliamentary Election, urged all parties to work together for the betterment of Bangladesh stressing on the importance of the opposition in the country’s future as a democratic state. Dhaka, Bangladesh. December 31 2008. by:…

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Why still VOTE for Awami League?

December 26, 2008
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Why still VOTE for Awami League?

For proper practice of democracy in near future in Bangladesh, it is absolutely important that BNP survives and becomes a strong opponent of AL. The question of AL’s extinction doesn’t arise because AL has proved time and again that it can undergo harsh times and yet can strike back. If AL represents the leftists and…

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