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Bangladesh: To Bangla Opposition Leader: Pyromaniachs are eventually consumed by fire:

Paper No. 5441                                     Dated 28-Mar-2013

By Bhaskar Roy

Stop Dragging Bangladesh back to 1971

Paper No. 5429                      Dated 20-Mar-2013

Bangladesh is a country poised to take off economically.  True, there are serious issues of corruption, governance, shortage of power and law and order situation.  None of these things are new.  It will take time and patience to rectify these challenges.  But if any one demands an ideal situation he is surely going to be disappointed.  But these have to be addressed urgently also.  It calls for realism also.

Youth Movement and Bangladesh Politics

Paper No. 5426                        Dated 18-Mar-2013

By Kazi Anwarul Masud           

The explosive discontent initially expressed by the youth and then quickly supported by people of Bangladesh of all ages over the sentence given to Abdul Quader Mullah  accused of crimes against humanity is a reflection of national frustration over the leniency of the sentence.

Islamic Extremism in BD: A Set-Back, But Not Yet A Defeat

Paper No. 5419                                         Dated 08-Mar-2013

By B. Raman

Bangladesh: Indian Imperatives for a Comprehensive Strategic Investment:

Paper No.5416                                         Dated 5-Mar-2013

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Bangladesh today is at critical crossroads in its national history where under the able and visionary leadership of the present Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is surging towards a radical transformation of purging Bangladesh of Islamist bigotry and fundamentalism from its political dynamics.

Shahbag Square: Bangla’s DNA

Paper No. 5402                                       Dated 21-Feb-2012

By Bhaskar Roy

The huge protest gatherings at Shahbag Square in Dhaka demanding capital punishment for the 1971 war criminals, and the growing call for banning the Jamaat-e-Islami (JEI) reaffirms that the future of Bangladesh is in secure hands. 

Inevitability of Globalization

 Paper No. 5379          Dated 27-Jan-2013

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

Regardless of positive or negative perception on globalization a globalized world is a reality and has come to stay. Its effects on the economy varies according to the state of the economy be it in the developed or the developing world.

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