Comments on news report
“Four factories busted for using tannery waste,” published on July 25, 2014
Good job, but long way to go.
I hope the government will award heavy punishment to the culprits in terms of jail terms and fines so that no one would dare to do this in the future.
Area of the mobile court needs to be broadened because under the existing arrangement such crimes are difficult to control.
“UK visa now from India” (July 25, 2014)
The foreign minister should resign for his failure to prevent this from happening. Europe does not have any support for this illegal government.
So now Delhi will issue UK visa for Bangladesh? Bangladesh's status gets downgraded and under the Indian umbrella. Good job!
“Garlands or brickbats…” (August 1, 2014)
An excellent write-up in terms of pragmatism and farsightedness. Frankly speaking, BNP has missed the train and should wait for the next one. The question is no more as to whether January 5 election was representative or otherwise. The AL has been able to get to power through constitutional means and is doing fairly well since then. BNP may better organise itself first, before waging any street demonstrations.
AL's strength, power and vitality lie not on people's support but on the slow and steady degeneration of its opponent, BNP.
“What made them leave?” (July 27, 2014)
The authorities must do something so that the poor women don't have to float like a drifter.