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Bangladesh: Where words cost lives

NOTE: Originally the Daily Star has published this op-ed and then the daily Dawn of Pakistan. Please comment and share! – Jahed
Bangladesh: Where words cost lives

ANOTHER blogger” is the phrase most English news media worldwide used in their headlines of blogger Oyasiqur Rahman Babu’s murder. The phrase “another blogger” says a lot: Babu is not […]

By |April 17th, 2015|Uncategorized|4 Comments

An exclusive interview of Prof. Craig Brandist (by Sankar Ray)

The following post has been received in an email from Mr. Sankar Ray, a Kolkata-based veteran journalist and analyst. Mr. Ray is a long time well wisher and member of mukto-mona.
– Jahed Ahmed

Dr Craig Brandist is , Professor of Cultural Theory and Intellectual History , University of Sheffield and director Bakhtin Centre. Among […]

By |April 14th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Avijit Roy and His Legacy

Published in the Free Inquiry magazine, a publication of the Center for Free Inquiry (CFI), USA. Please read and leave a comment.  (I would suggest to leave a comment on the CFI website so that those more Americans can see it.)

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Aviji Roy and His Legacy

Dance with dead bodies and the administration’s silence

forwarded by Sumitra Padmanavan

Have you ever seen people dancing with holding different parts of dead bodies in hand? If not, then visit Kurmun, Parui, Palashie, Kubajpur, Arachi and some other adjacent areas of those villages in Burdwan on the occasion of ‘Gajon’ which is helo on Chaitra Sannkranti ( Last day of Bengali […]

By |April 24th, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments

ACC impasse and the people’s perception

The nation still remembers and applauds the tireless, albeit futile efforts of General (rtd.) Hassan Mashhood Chowdhury (HMC) along with his three comrades, namely Dr. Ali Akbar Ali Khan, Advocate Sultana Kamal and C. M Shafi Sami for holding a free and fair election as advisors during the chaotic era of the caretaker government headed […]

By |April 18th, 2009|Politics|0 Comments

Bangladesh Genocide was presented in GU Convention

Monmouth University of New Jersey hosted Global Understanding Convention at its campus on April 6th to understand the roots of all previous genocides. Dr. Nuran Nabi, a freedom Fighter of Bangladesh liberation war and currently a councilman of Plainsboro Township of New Jersey, was invited to speak on Bangladesh genocide during 1971. Dr. Skenderi of […]

By |April 15th, 2009|1971 genocide, Bangladesh, Liberation war|2 Comments

We Shall Prevail

"..........To see us weak, must have been the enemy’s target; it’s, certainly, not ours."
By |March 4th, 2009|Bangladesh, Politics|3 Comments
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