No Alternative to Hasina for Bangladesh's Development

Pranab Kumar Panday: After the independence in 1971, Bangabandhu returned to Bangladesh on 10 January 1972. Returning to his motherland, he concentrated on building a war-torn country, paying attention to the development of the economy, the build of infrastructure and strengthening international ties. According to his plan, Bangladesh was progr...

Tale of a Successful Leader

Pranab Kumar Panday: The COVID-19 pandemic has indeed been a major challenge for leaders of countries worldwide in the struggle of survival under unforeseen situations. Management is theatrical in many aspects under such tragic situations - that is to say, it mirrors the dramatic atmosphere on the ground. Sociologist Erving Goffman has rightly ...

Sheikh Hasina: Portrait of a statesman

Masud Siddiqui: Sheikh Hasina has been leading Bangladesh for the last 12 years as the prime minister. Over the years, she has gained lasting fame as a champion of peace, development and democracy. She is one of the most remarkable political leaders in Bangladesh history. Now she has reached the height of a world statesman. A visionary politica...

The Genesis of yet another Grim Battle

Sharif Shahab Uddin: Bangladesh has been fighting a grim battle for its survival since the history’s barbaric brutality that took place on the 15th of August, 1975 when Bangabandhu was assassinated along with most of the members of his family by the forces defeated in the War of Liberation. Once in a century a man is born with great hero...

Sheikh Hasina: A futuristic leader

Leaders are distinct people who have many followings. The greater number of followers and supporters, the more popular a leader. A national leader is one who has a whole nation of followers and supporters. People’s support and adulation turn an ordinary person into a leader. There are certain qualities that people seek in a leader whom the...

WB chief expresses confidence in Sheikh Hasina's leadership

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim expresses his organization’s confidence in the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. He said Bangladesh was the second largest recipient of the World Bank loan which shows our (WB) faith in your leadership”. World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said this during his meeting with HPM Sheikh ...

Councils of Bangladesh Awami League (1949-2016)

Councils of Bangladesh Awami League (1949-2016)

Sheikh Hasina: Reflections of a citizen

Syed Badrul Ahsan The first time many of us came to know of Sheikh Hasina was on the day after Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was freed from the Agartala Case and was released, along with his co-accused, unconditionally. On 23 February 1969, the Karachi-based newspaper Dawn carried a front-page picture of her hugging her father in what was c...