Nazmul Ahasan | The Daily Star
  • Nazmul Ahasan

  • After the dialogue, now what?

    It was unsurprising that the much-hyped dialogue between the ruling and opposition alliances didn't yield notable signs of progress.
  • How will the coalition politics pan out?

    After much deliberation, the government finally allowed the Oikyafront, the opposition alliance, to organise rallies in both Sylhet and Chittagong.
  • National Unity Front

    A rocky road ahead for Oikyafront

    Just a week or so ago, Dr Kamal Hossain, Badruddoza Chowdhury and BNP seemed to be on the same side of the fence. They held grudges against one another, yet they were allies in opposing the incumbent.
  • August 21 verdict and its implications for BNP

    The grisly attack on Awami League's rally in Dhaka on August 21, 2004 marks a watershed moment in Bangladesh's contemporary political history.
  • Will the 'National Unity Process' succeed?

    Regard-less of his distinguished credentials as a jurist and academic, Dr Kamal Hossain was once a formidable politician. He was the country's first law minister, leading the constitution drafting committee.