Government decision to engage in expatriate diplomacy to tackle negative propaganda raises a lot of questions.
A man, Nurul Afsar Hawladar, who was picked up from Uttara on September 22 allegedly by Rab, was shown arrested in Cox's Bazar yesterday (October 9, 2022).
"I cannot use a phone for my safety, or ride my bicycle, which I have ridden for 50 years," said photojournalist Shahidul Alam at a lecture session in Dhaka today (September 3, 2022).
Four years ago, some plainclothesmen picked up Mohon Mia from his Mirpur house. He has never returned home again. His father Jamsher Ali, a trader, has long insisted he has proof that Rab-4 members took his elder son away without giving any reason.
UN human rights chief's visit to Dhaka revealed contrasting expectations on the part of the government and rights groups.
Government must allow impartial investigation into rights abuse allegations
The government has finally responded to the Human Rights Council’s Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances for the first time in 26 years.
It was a sombre occasion at the Dhaka Reporters Unity premises on April 30.
Dear Reehan Rahman, My father, photojournalist and editor Shafiqul Islam Kajol, was added to the list of hundreds of Bangladeshi victims of enforced disappearance on March 10, 2020.
“We, the family members of the victims of enforced disappearance, have been leading a miserable life.