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Deconstructing Jamaat-e-Islami in Bangladesh #Sundayreading

 Alal o Dulal – 26 February 2013 Wali Nasr’s Vanguards of the Islamic Revolution is perhaps the best known book on the party available in English. That book, as well as Jamaat’s own literature—in both Bangladesh and Pakistan—makes it clear… Continue Reading →

#India- Air attacks in Mizoram, 1966 – our dirty, little secret

19 FEB, 2013,  ABHEEK BARMAN,ET BUREAU The original villages, crops and granaries were destroyed to deny wandering insurgents shelter and food. One month and four days after becoming prime minister of India, Indira Gandhi was faced with a problem familiar to her… Continue Reading →

Bangladesh freedom fighter says war crimes trial will set an example for world

Dhaka , Sun, 04 Nov 2012ANI Dhaka, Nov.4 (ANI): Bangladeshi freedom fighter and chairman of the country’s University Grants Commission A. K. Azad Chowdhury has said that the successful holding of the war crimes trial in his country would set… Continue Reading →

Sunday Reading–Who’s afraid of Saadat Hasan Manto?

The Union of India is eager to embrace the great writer, whose 100th birthday falls on this week, as one of its own. But how would Manto have looked at India had he stayed on? By Garga Chatterjee 15 224  The left-wing… Continue Reading →

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