Shams Rahman

‘Being Inclusive’ – An Ideal of Bangabandhu’s Politics

The courtyard of Gulshan’s Holey Artisan Cafe is very familiar to me. Our only child was born in the Lakeview Clinic,

Mujibnagar Day: How the Mujibnagar government turned the dream for freedom into reality

Geographically, Plassey and Baidyanathtala are quite close to one another. Both are also significant in the history of Bengalis.

The Politics and Economics of Bangabandhu’s Six Points

Our independence was not accomplished overnight; the path to the freedom struggle was not smooth.

Bangabandhu’s strategy and our independence

India and China are two neighbouring nations. Both countries gained independence from colonial powers around the same time – India in 1947, and China in 1949.

Blockchain in energising the economy during and after Covid-19

As Covid-19 ravaged the livelihoods of the country’s poor, restarting the economy became an imperative for the Bangladesh government with a projected decline of 3.0 percent GDP growth in the financial year 2020. Now, the question is--how to rebuild the economy while saving lives.

August 15, 2022
August 15, 2022

‘Being Inclusive’ – An Ideal of Bangabandhu’s Politics

The courtyard of Gulshan’s Holey Artisan Cafe is very familiar to me. Our only child was born in the Lakeview Clinic,

April 17, 2022
April 17, 2022

Mujibnagar Day: How the Mujibnagar government turned the dream for freedom into reality

Geographically, Plassey and Baidyanathtala are quite close to one another. Both are also significant in the history of Bengalis.

March 17, 2022
March 17, 2022

The Politics and Economics of Bangabandhu’s Six Points

Our independence was not accomplished overnight; the path to the freedom struggle was not smooth.

January 10, 2022
January 10, 2022

Bangabandhu’s strategy and our independence

India and China are two neighbouring nations. Both countries gained independence from colonial powers around the same time – India in 1947, and China in 1949.

October 16, 2020
October 16, 2020

Blockchain in energising the economy during and after Covid-19

As Covid-19 ravaged the livelihoods of the country’s poor, restarting the economy became an imperative for the Bangladesh government with a projected decline of 3.0 percent GDP growth in the financial year 2020. Now, the question is--how to rebuild the economy while saving lives.

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