Monday, September 21, 2015

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On 22 February 1969, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, chief of the Awami League, walked out of his prison cell

Is Church trying to destabilize Modi Sarkar?

A VHP spokesperson, Surendra Jain (June 7th) stated that the Church in India is trying to destabilize Modi

Trump's America is a nightmare

Time was when people around the world looked upon the United States of America as a place where

When Dhaka drowns

Waterlogging in Dhaka continues to be a menace.  Dhaka is now a sinking city. No, it is not

US import tariffs rock ties with allies

US President Donald Trump's move to press ahead with an import tariff plan on steel and aluminium will

Why Eid-ul-Fitr matters

Eid-ul-Fitr is a comparatively new festival, and not as old as Eid-ul-Azha. Whereas Eid-ul-Azha, commemorating the glorious sacrifices

The meaning of Eid-ul-Fitr

For Muslims around the world, Eid-ul-Fitr is an occasion which not only celebrates their observance of one of

Ensure better use of remittance

Remittance sent by Bangladeshi nationals working abroad has been a major pillar of foreign exchange earnings of the

The road to Singapore: Kim and Trump summit

The on-again, off-again summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un finally happed

That particular fault called corruption

Not so long ago, an ACC Commissioner made a comment which resonates with all of us. He called

Who lost the South China Sea?

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has spoken out against Chinas strategy of "intimidation and coercion" in the South

All this lawlessness

There are things one cannot but notice all over this chaotic metropolis. One must watch all those pavements

World worries over US unilateralism

The vanishing multilateralism in international relations is paving the way for an uncertain future - and riskier environments

BNP, India and our politics: A closer look

The foreign policy of Bangladesh Awami League has always been 'friendship to all and malice towards none'. The

Good summit, but questions remain

After all the worries and all the questions, the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US

Publisher's murder sends worrying message

The murder of the publisher-writer Shahjahan Bachchu in Sirajdikhan upazila of Munshiganj sends out the message that terrorists

Trade war among G-7 and other countries inevitable

In the beginning, it was called the G-6 or the Group of Six consisting of USA, UK, Germany,

Congressional investigators looking to Bangladesh to help Russiagate investigation

In November 2017, The Asian Age published my article, 'Are Hillary's fingerprints on Mueller's smoking gun?' which detailed

Exceptional occasion of joy, by our women

Through the unprecedented run of success, in the Asia Cup Cricket Tournament, of the Bangladesh team, women's cricket

Be proactive to prevent landslides

As the monsoon season is approaching, the fear of landslide in the hilly districts of the Chittagong Hill

US battle for dominance and Bangladesh

Even when Washington and Moscow were engaged into cold war, diplomatically, politically and militarily, the global economy already

What does denuclearization really mean?

In full view of the international media, the destruction of North Korea's nuclear testing ground at Punggye-ri went

How much lower can Trump go?

How much lower can the leader of a country go? US President Donald Trump has just launched a

Khaleda Zia's health question

One of the doctors who checked Begum Khaleda Zia's health a few days ago has made it known

FDI and remittance with Bitcoins

Bitcoin is a virtual currency (VC) and a digital representation that, like conventional currency, can be transferred, stored,

America's crumbling diplomacy

President Trump has developed a knack for creating confusion and causing irritation among the world's important leaders. With

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