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It is the extremely polarised political scenario in Bangladesh that has claimed at least 300 lives in last few weeks, said Imtiaz Ahmed, an eminent social scientist and a professor of international relations at Dhaka University.
DHAKA: Bangladesh opposition parties on Tuesday called another nationwide transport blockade aimed at toppling the government, despite fears by business groups that the impoverished nation's economy is being crippled.
Dhaka, Dec 17: The Bangladesh Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned Pakistan's high commissioner in Dhaka Tuesday after Pakistan's National Assembly passed a resolution expressing concern over the hanging of Bangladesh war criminal Abdul Quader Mollah.
International news outlets have used a selective, biased and misleading approach to describe the execution of Abdul Quader Molla, a convicted war criminal who was hanged this month for crimes against humanity, genocide and rape committed during Bangladesh's War of Liberation in 1971.
The European Union Ambassador to Bangladesh William Hanna handed certificates to a group of the total 8000 apprentices across Bangladesh who recently completed skilled apprenticeships.
The Nation Editor-in-Chief Dr Majid Nizami has said that we have not learnt anything from the events of 1971, which led to the fall of Dhaka.
Shillong, Dec. 16: On this day, 42 years ago, allied forces of Bangladesh and India defeated Pakistan in the Bangladesh Liberation War.
As we embark on the 43rd year since achieving our national independence we are reminiscent of our finest hour of freedom wrested from implacable enemy hands.
An all-out killing spree on the of opposition's leader or more specifically activist of country's most moderated Islamic Party the Jamaat Islami and its youth wing Chhatrashibir.
Forty two years today, December 16, the 1971 war came to an end. India won a decisive victory over Pakistan.
Kolkata: To keep alive the memory of Indian Army's partnership with the Mukti Bahini in achieving the liberation of Bangladesh, the Eastern Command has archived and displayed declassified documents, rare photographs and war trophies in a museum here.
Many Hindu families and ruling pary Awami League men in Patgram upazila of Lalmonirhat fled their homes yesterday following repeated threats from Jamaat-e-Islami, the largest Islamist political party in Bangladesh, and its student wing Islami Chhatra Shibir.
What does a family photograph taken some 40 odd years ago, a book on the philosophy of art and a war medal have in common? What could possibly be the binding factor? On the surface of it, there are no coherent connections between the three.
Bangladesh, most beautiful and tragic of countries, today risks tearing itself apart in renewed vicious and deeply personal squabbles over its violent creation.
Six people were killed in Bangladesh including three protesters who were shot dead by police on Saturday as Islamists vented their fury at the execution of one of their leaders for war crimes.