Not a single person will be left homeless: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said her government is creating a scope for the survival of people who don't have a home or an address.  She said, "The day is not far when not a single person will be left without address or homeless and landless." The prime minister said this in a meeting of the National Implementation Committee for Fa...

Awami League vows to build Sonar Bangla thwarting all conspiracies

Awami League leaders today vowed to build a Sonar Bangla under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina by thwarting all conspiracies. They made the pledge at a brief rally in front of the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB) before bringing out a colorful procession marking the country's golden jubilee of independence and Mujib Bars...

How This Land Became Bangladesh

After 190 years of British rule and two decades of rule of Pakistan, we got the independent sovereign state of Bangladesh on December 16, 1971. Acquired through thousands of movements, this territory has historically been known as 'Bulgakpur' or "city of the rebel' However, the Supreme Leader behind the movement for the liberation of the Benga...

Bangabandhu's Thoughts on Bangla Language & Literature

The young Sheikh Mujibur Rahman played a historic role during the state language movement. He is the founder of language, culture and state-based Bengali nationalism in the modern world. However, as a writer, his skills are unmatched. The books 'Unfinished Memories' (2012), 'The Prison Diaries' (2017) and 'Amar Dekha Nayachin' (2020) are mainly ...

Bangabandhu's philosophy of education

The main theme of Bangabandhu's philosophy on education was to build ideal human resources for the social, political and economic development of the country. He believed that education was a fundamental human right and that there should be equal opportunities for education for all, irrespective of religion, caste or gender. Bangabandhu's variou...

7th March Speech: Bangabandhu’s directives & international recognition

On 7th March in 1971, Bangabandhu gave his historic speech at the Race Course Maidan in Dhaka. It has become famous worldwide as the Liberation War was fully abode by the directives he gave in his speech. After the speech, the BBC reported only that speech could be compared with the Gettysburg Speech. According to Reuters there has no such spee...