Muhammad Nurul Huda | The Daily Star
  • Muhammad Nurul Huda

    The writer is a columnist of The Daily Star.

  • Bangabandhu’s galvanising speech of March 7

    It is now an admitted fact that in the treasury of the world’s great speeches, the historic March 7 speech of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman occupies a special place of honour and prominence.
  • Extrajudicial execution has no place in democracy

    When ordinary people whose life is mostly dictated by the day-to-day compulsions speak in desperate terms, they can be excused.
  • Why do we not trust the police?

    There is no denying that the present government has taken laudable steps by fulfilling a number of long-felt demands of the mainstream police.
  • The return of the intrepid patriarch

    On January 10, 1972, history witnessed one of the momentous events of our political journey in the homecoming of Bengal’s Braveheart. On this day, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the architect of Bangladesh, returned, amidst a tumultuous welcome, to his native “Sonar Bangla”.
  • Bangladesh Police in Liberation War

    The Armed Bengali Policemen of erstwhile East Pakistan, especially of Dhaka city endeared themselves greatly to the freedom-craving Bengali masses in the wake of the historic non-co-operation movement that commenced at the call of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in March 1971.