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Bangladesh: Do not legitimize Paedophilia

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There is no room for argument, that the child marriage epidemic in Bangladesh is a concern for a leader as ambitious as Seikh Hasina,...

Langadu- a national shame for Bangladesh

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Peace is still a far cry in the hill tracts The gruesome images of the indigenous people of Langadu upazila, Rangamati fleeing home, carrying whatever...

Tasmina, the daughter of Bangladesh’s village, with a strong will, has conquered the world

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The Tasminas of Obaidul of Chaksul (Shankarpur) village in Dhamirhat upazila of Naogaon district Tasamina is our daughter, a daughter of an uncharted village, defeated...

Thrifty eating in the City- An eat-all-you-can date!

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Two doctors and a psychologist- what does this equation add up to? Well, in any other part of the world, under any other circumstances,...

How Bangabandhu’s Declaration Came About: A Historical Analysis

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Exactly 46 years ago on this day the 26th March 1971 Bangladesh became independent. Even a day ago on 25th March 1971 Bangladesh was...

Anushilan Bhavan, Kolkata – under Communist siege

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It’s a dilapidated building rather and with a shabby presence, located amid a dingy suburb of Kolkata. The edifice was built in 1960 to...

The Life and Times of the Maidan Market

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A Kolkata sport-goods bazaar like no other As a peal of thunder erupted overhead, reverberating through the thin walls of the ramshackle one-storey structure on...

Bengal Volunteers, Kanjik Conference stresses Hindus to be martial

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To concentrate on Bengal’s humongous tragedy, its perilous aftermath and disasters in the offing, Bengal Volunteers and its digital organ ‘Kanjik’ together with SMaRT,...

9 Stages of a Bengali’s life in Bangalore

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  Stage 1 – Getting ready – A month to launch date You just scored that dream job in Bangalore. Your proud parents have booked your...

Nabanita Dev Sen: The Feisty Feminist, Humorist of Post-Colonial Bengali Literature

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By Lopa Banerjee Bengali literature of the post-independence era has most certainly come a long way where women authors have shaped the world in their...

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‘Bengali Muslim’ As An Oxymoron: Crisis And Conflict Of Identities

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  Legendary Bengali novelist Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay sets the context in this regard when he remarks in one of his famous literary works,‘Srikanta’, “The Bengali...

From Ekushey to Muktijuddho: The Myth of Bengali Nationalism

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  In 1964, the entire East Pakistan was rocked by violence against the minority Bengali Hindu community. Anti Bengal Hindu riot broke out across the...

Is Bengal Heading Towards A Genocide?

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India, it is said, lives in her villages. But she can be understood through the slogans that rents her skies and the way her...