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    Friendship towards all was a masterstroke

    As Bangladesh prepares to celebrate the birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the revered founding father of the country, and as this youngest...

    Secularism and its journey in Bangladesh 

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    The road to secularism in Bangladesh was never expected to be a smooth one. The Indian subcontinent was divided in 1947 based on religion,...

    Getting all Bangladeshis to wear masks

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    The case for universal mask use to slow the spread of covid-19 is disarmingly simple: people with respiratory illnesses must wear masks to avoid...

    Just like today’s progressive politics, BaKSAL was social-democratic in nature

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    On 25 January 1975, a significant amendment to Bangladesh’s Constitution was brought about on the watch of the government led by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman....

    Proceed with caution, and hope

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    Protecting lives and livelihoods was the challenge facing the world as soon as it became clear that covid-19 was here to stay. Governments around...

    On behalf of rights and political cohesion in a ’newly’ liberated Bangladesh

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    In this era of covid-19, it is proving difficult to make sensible predictions of the future trajectory of events and trends in Bangladesh, as...

    Bangladesh covid-19 policy action timeline 2020

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    1. Early responses and containment In February, the Bangladeshi government started screening at air and land ports, and set up quarantine facilities in the...

    The transition in electricity generation in Bangladesh

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    Today’s global energy use is 10 times greater than that in the early 1900s, when wood, coal and animal power dominated. The world has...

    Data, digitalisation and public welfare post-covid-19

    As oil was once the new gold, data is now the new oil. The 2009 political promise to establish a “Digital Bangladesh” heralded the...

    Bangladesh’s Constitution of 1972: an exposition of Mujib’s political philosophy

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    10 Jan 1972 ushered in a new chapter in the history of Bangladesh. The glorious return of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, freed from Pakistan...