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Loud and clear: Bangladeshi youth choose their platform

 Dhaka Tribune, April21, 2013 The next generation has found its voice through the Internet Photo- DhakaTribune I never knew how active Bangladesh, as an entire country, was virtually until the Shahbag story broke out on social media this year. You… Continue Reading →

A dangerous connivance

  GARGA CHATTERJEE, The Hindu It is worrying that West Bengal’s political class remained tactical spectators to the Kolkata rally organised by Muslim groups in support of Bangladeshi war criminals West Bengal looked to the Shahbag protests in Dhaka with… Continue Reading →

Bangladesh -Jamat-e-Islami misguiding international human rights bodies

Thursday, 07 March 2013 20:28by Farooq Sulehria , viewpointonline.com The Communist Party of Bangladesh or Bangladesh Samajtantrik Dol (Socialist Party) have been unwavering in their commitment to the war criminal trials ‘Sadly, the Awami League has not fully restored the 1972… Continue Reading →

Bangla young crusaders on a song at ‘ carnival’ of protests

ByCaesar Mandal, TNN | Mar 13, 2013, DHAKA: It’s a carnival that’s rocking the entire nation. Quite literally. The Shahbag Movement — fuelled by music, art, blogging and the sheer spontaneity of youth — is teaching a new way of protest to… Continue Reading →

Shahbag: Story of two hangings; differences in their dynamics #deathpenalty

  The name Shahbag will not evoke much recognition from the Indian pretenders to ‘global citizenship’. Dhaka is the city many Indians believe that ‘they’ liberated in 1971. Shahbag is one of the main street intersections of Dhaka where the… Continue Reading →

Voices from Bangladesh- Youth Power #Sundayreading

   Shayantani, In Bangladesh political parties are mired in corruption. Amongst ordinary people, there is little hope of achieving positive change through party politics. The brutal stabbing of Bishwajit in December 2012 in front of hundreds of people reveals this… Continue Reading →

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