Mofidul Hoque

December 14, 2018
December 14, 2018

Why were they targeted?

On December 9, 2018 the world observed the 70th anniversary of the adoption of Genocide Convention. That particular day has

March 25, 2018
March 25, 2018

Blueprint for genocide

The planning and execution of genocidal brutality in history is marked by efforts to wipe out traces of such acts but surprisingly,

March 7, 2018
March 7, 2018

Now a part of world heritage

People of Bangladesh know very well the intrinsic value of the historic speech delivered by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib on March 7, 1971. A country of the South and its leadership in the struggle for national emancipation has too often been presented through the prism of the North, the power base of most things on earth.

December 14, 2017
December 14, 2017

Pakistani Viewpoint: Killing of Bengali Intellectuals

From December 10, 1971 with active support of the Pakistan Army the young members of Al-Badr, the secret killing squad of Jamaat-e-Islami, started its operation to pick up the leading intellectuals of the country and confine them in

December 14, 2017
December 14, 2017

The Killing of Intellectuals in the Shadow of Henry Kissinger

Henry Kissinger meticulously evaded the tragic events of the then East Pakistan. His strange diplomatic move deferred and delayed the surrender of Pakistan Army, and paved the way to the brutal killing of intellectuals on December 14, 1971.

February 21, 2017
February 21, 2017

How February 21 became 'Ekushey'

February 21, 1952 became a date deeply rooted in the heart of the Bangali people. This is a day of great national significance which got universal recognition as the Mother Language Day now being observed globally under the umbrella of UNESCO.