Views & Opinion

Awami League at 72: People’s Expectation

Dr. Pranab Kumar Panday: Bangladesh Awami League (AL), a moniker associated with millions of Bangladeshis' emotions, is one of the subcontinent's oldest political parties. The party celebrated its 72nd founding anniversary on June 23. The party, founded in 1949 by some progressive Muslim League leaders, including Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, played a...

Awami League and Common People’s Politics

Dr. Rashid Askari: The sun of Bangladesh’s independence that had set on one 23 June in the Battle of Plassey (1757) began to rise on another 23 June after nearly a couple of centuries (1949) at a place called ‘Rose Garden’ located in old Dhaka’s KM Das Lane where a common peoples’ party, East Pakistan Awami Muslim ...

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 ...

Digital Bangladesh Consolidating the Dauntless Journey of PM Sheikh Hasina

Hiren Pandit: According to the declaration of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the free flow of information technology is one of the means to take Bangladesh forward in the Golden Jubilee of independence towards a middle-income country. The path of digital Bangladesh of the last 12 years has made us confident and created acceptance to the people. ...

Bangabandhu’s Six- Point: Bill of Rights for Bengalis

After the partition from India in 1947, Pakistan born with two wings, East Pakistan and West Pakistan. Since it's beginning, visible partiality were observed between to wings by it's colonial and authoritarian modes of governance. East Pakistan were exploited economically, almost in every aspects. All important government offices like the head o...