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Category: Bangladesh

Etymology

The Colonial Origins Of Sexuality In Sanskrit, the word ‘Rand’ means a person incapable of producing children. The feminine gender of the word is ‘Randa‘, which means Infertile. Over time, […]

A Pending Decision

Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, has chosen to act differently from his country’s Historical and Constitutional position on Kashmir, saying that Islamabad would let the people […]

Managing Diversity Through Inclusion

Bangladesh has silently taken a step towards a Social Revolution! The Sheikh Hasina Government in Dhaka has announced that private companies would enjoy Special Tax Exemption for hiring Transgenders in […]

Repairing A Badly-Hit Image?

President Xi Jinping has informed members of the Communist Party of China (CPC) that he wants to make friends with the world. Speaking at a recent study session for the […]

A Different Mindset?

Bengalis as a community, especially the ones living in the eastern Indian Province of West Bengal, are quite tolerant in nature. History has witnessed that Bengalis do not change their […]

A ‘Secular’ Hindu…

It seems that majority of the people in eastern Indian Province of West Bengal have forgotten the multifarious roles that were played by noted Politician, Barrister and Academician Dr Syama […]

The Birth Of Nationalism & A Nation

Ahead of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh for taking part in Birth Centenary Celebrations of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (March 17, 1920 – August 15, 1975), New Delhi […]

He Had A Dream, And…

People of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata (then Calcutta) were seen erupting in joy when the Prime Minister of a newly born country, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, began his speech […]

Reserved, To Preserve!

The Sheikh Hasina Government in Bangladesh has acquired the Chittagong residence of Freedom Fighter Jatindra Mohan Sengupta, with an expressed wish to convert that into a Museum, depicting anti-British Freedom […]