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New feature in Mukto-Mona: Email

Registered members now can email each-other using mukto-mona. To use this feature go to your "Profile".  Watch the left side bar. On the bottom corner of the side-bar you will see "Email" tab. Click on that tab. The email screen will appear with a big blue icon. Click the icon and and send your mail […]

By |May 25th, 2010|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Quest for Peace

Quest for Peace

     

Dr. Kamrun Nahar

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Political field of Bengal becomes a frying pan in winter;

Taking away the scent of roasted meat, air goes far;

Invaders on aircrafts with appetite come to fuel the fire. 

 

Silver days spread fabulous wings in the sky of eternity,

Horrible nights set out in a plain of solemn serenity, […]

By |April 1st, 2010|poem|0 Comments

Bheti: A village under attacks of Sarbaharas and JMJB militants

Bheti: A village under attacks of Sarbaharas and JMJB militants 

By Dr. Kamrun Nahar *

Introduction

In 1968, leftwing extremist Purba Banglar Communist Party (PBCP) came into view in East Pakistan (present Bangladesh). Its proclaimed political objective was to uproot feudalism, capitalism, imperialism, and to implant socialism in the country. Blind followers were goaded to liquidate landlords […]

By |March 2nd, 2010|Bangladesh, Human Rights, Politics|0 Comments

Pat Robertson Said It Again, But What’s With Bob McDonnell??

Pat Robertson Said It Again, But What’s With Bob McDonnell??

Abdur Rahman Abid

After the shooting rampage at the Fort Hood Army post in Texas by Major Nidal Malik Hasan, a Palestine-origin Muslim American serving the U.S. military who was critical of U.S. military activity in Iraq and Afghanistan, Pat Robertson, a renowned Christian evangelical leader, said […]

By |November 30th, 2009|International, Politics, Society, Terrorism|1 Comment

9/11 Conspiracy theories Debunked

9/11 Conspiracy Theories:
The 9/11 Truth Movement in Perspective

by Phil Molé

At the Hyatt Regency O’Hare near Chicago, a crowd of approximately 400 people has gathered on a pleasant summer evening. Some are old and some are young; some are dressed in colorful tie-died shirts while others wear dress shirts and slacks, but most seem cheerful […]

By |September 12th, 2009|Science, Society, Terrorism|4 Comments

Mother Teresa’s Life Touched Uncountable People

 

Mother Teresa’s Life Touched Uncountable People.

 

By Nirmal L. Gomes, MA

 

             September 5, the day Blessed Mother Teresa founder of the Missionaries of Charity (MC) died in 1997, reminds the world of her legacy and holy lifestyle. Mother was a loving friend, caring woman to the poorest of the poor, children, slum, homeless, and lepers so […]

By |September 3rd, 2009|Mukto-Mona, Personality, Society|1 Comment
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