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Is Bangladeshi Government Threat for Individual  Liberty?

By: Md Maruf Hasan

Taslima Nasrin seems quite right at her outspoken  accusations in terms of religious countries when she raised issue at her various writings about individual liberty in the pseudo-religious countries like Bangladesh. Recent media reports on prominent female actresses and women leaders can be seen major trends in Bangladeshi news and social media. […]

By |August 27th, 2021|Bangladesh, Human Rights, Women|0 Comments

The Amazing Story of Princess Noor Inayat Khan – A Spy in The British Secret Service during World War II

By: Sayeed Ahmed
Oh! The Sufi Princess
You are the sweetest martyr
That we all madly admire
You are the icon of integrity
Dwelling in our hearts for eternity
You are now the radiant star
In this glorious universe.
(“A Tribute to the Illuminated Woman of World War II,” by Irfanulla Shariff)

 

“Liberté”
That was her last word as an SS officer shot at the […]

By |February 5th, 2021|History, Personality, Women|0 Comments

Pain

Returning from school, Russel noticed a strange girl sweeping the yard. He learned from his mother the girl was his maternal cousin’s newlywed wife. His cousin would fly back to the middle east in a few days after a three-month vacation; Therefore, they paid a visit. Russel had attended their marriage ceremony held a month […]

By |June 30th, 2019|Literature, Women|0 Comments

BREAST, Break Taboo. Edited by: Dr. Faisal Bin Salah

Breast cancer is an important health issue. There is no sentence which can
describe the dangerous aspect of it.

By |December 30th, 2018|Health, Women|1 Comment

A matter of equality

Equal rights for women are guaranteed by our constitution, no matter what some may say

Humanity has progressed to a stage where equality is a barometer of civilization.

Considering the barriers they have had to overcome, the response to this new worldview by Bangladeshi women has been grand. Our women, like the rest of the world, are […]

By |February 13th, 2018|Human Rights, Politics, Religion, Secularism, Society, Women|0 Comments

A perfect girl with flaws

By: Mahiat Lamia

She cried all night thinking where did she go wrong. Why everybody hates her. Why everybody makes fun of her. It isn’t her fault that she is like this. Yes, she stammers. Yes, she faces problems while talking. Yes, she can’t express herself. But why can’t anyone see her difficulties? She’s not doing […]

By |January 18th, 2018|Freedom of Expression, Women|0 Comments

Hedenius Prize 2017 goes to blogger Shamima Aktar

This year’s Hedenius Prize is awarded to Shamima Aktar for her work for women’s rights and integration, as well as as representative of secular bloggers and activists forced to fly to Sweden from Bangladesh.

Shamima Aktar (Shamima Mitu) is awarded the 2017 Hedenius Prize for her work for women’s rights in Bangladesh and Sweden. She is […]

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