National Mourning Day 2023

National Mourning Day 2023

Remembering Sheikh Mujib- A Young and Dynamic Minister

With the fall of United Front Government of Abu Hossain Sarkar in 1956, Ataur Rahman Khan formed the Awami League Government in East Pakistan and Sheikh Mujib, Captain Monsur Ali, Manoranjan Dhar and few other prominent Awami League leaders joined the Cabinet of Ataur Rahman Khan.

Words of Bangabandhu: A Letter Collection

“Upholding pride without grieving is your duty”

Bangabandhu: Through the Eyes of World Leaders

He was a great leader. His extraordinary heroism has been a source of inspiration for the people of Asia and Africa 

A Death-defying Day

Never for once, in the 55 years that he lived, did he doubt that his people, for whom he suffered so much, which included 4682 days or nearly 13 years in prison, could have betrayed him.

Little progress in bringing 5 fugitive killers back

The government’s efforts to bring back the five fugitive killers of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to the country have yet to see any significant and visible progress.

It could’ve been his grand return to DU

A citation of historical importance faded into oblivion. Or so we believed.

“Who Killed Mujib?” A Narrative with a Difference

‘Who Killed Mujib?’ is a recurring question that has haunted the nation since the unfolding of the tragic events in mid-August 1975.

Bangabandhu’s Voice in Parliament: Moments of Inspiration

“If justice fails, equity fails, fair play fails”

Let us honour the legacy of Bangabandhu

We must rededicate ourselves to building his Sonar Bangla

What happened at Bangabandhu’s Burial Site

From quite a distance, the unagreeable vibrating sound of the rotor blades of a helicopter whirling around ominously alerted the inhabitants of Tungipara, 22 km from Gopalganj district town.

Sheikh Mujib- The Architect of Bangladesh’s Foreign Relations

The disintegration of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia has now familiarized the world with the emergence of independent ethnic states chipped out of the mother country.