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Bangladesh under Siege

Paper No. 5632                             Dated 12-Jan-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

Prime Minister Sk. Hasina was very well aware that the BNP led opposition had constructed a well rehearsed strategy to demean her and her party, the Awami League (AL) one way or the other

Bangladesh: Turmoil may see return of Terrorism

Paper No. 5608                                    Dated 25-Nov-2013

By Bhaskar Roy

It is about time that the United States Congress realized that the current political turmoil in Bangladesh may see a return of terrorism to Bangladesh.

Developments in Bangladesh are a Cause for Serious Concern

Paper No. 5600                                        Dated 11-Nov-2013

By Bhaskar Roy

The stand off between the Awami League (AL) led government and the BNP led opposition has reached such an explosive point that unless a compromise is found between the two very soon, the country might go up in flames.

Bangladesh General Elections 2014: A Preview

Paper No. 5527                                      Dated 12-Jul-2013

By Dr. Subhash Kapila

Bangladesh is expected to go to the polls for its General Elections with the term of the current Ninth Parliament on January 24, 2014. The present Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina came into power in January 2009 after Bangladesh had gone through a spell of two years (2006-2008) of a Caretaker Government.

Bangladesh- Damning Exposures

Paper No. 5498                                     Dated 22-May-2013

By Bhaskar Roy

It was inevitable and had to happen, because some politicians in Bangladesh have conscience.

Bangladesh: To Bangla Opposition Leader: Pyromaniachs are eventually consumed by fire:

Paper No. 5441                                     Dated 28-Mar-2013

By Bhaskar Roy

Stop Dragging Bangladesh back to 1971

Paper No. 5429                      Dated 20-Mar-2013

Bangladesh is a country poised to take off economically.  True, there are serious issues of corruption, governance, shortage of power and law and order situation.  None of these things are new.  It will take time and patience to rectify these challenges.  But if any one demands an ideal situation he is surely going to be disappointed.  But these have to be addressed urgently also.  It calls for realism also.

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