Bangladesh was supposed to be a country run by its people, but we are dangerously moving towards a country being run by a coterie.
The International Crimes Tribunal-1 concludes war trial proceedings against four Moulvibazar men and kept their verdict in waiting.
The Rayerbazar momorial is the site we go to pay our respects every year to intellectuals massacred on the eve of victory on December 14, 1971.
Supreme Court fixes July 29 to deliver its verdict on the appeal of SQ Chowdhury challenging the death penalty awarded to him for committing crimes against humanity in 1971.
Here we publish a letter written by Kamruddin Ahmad to the Law Minister on November 21, 1972. Kamruddin Ahmad was a Language Movement hero, politician, lawyer and diplomat.
BEFORE we knew it, it was the year 1970. There were political movements all around. The confrontations of the students and the public of East Bengal had reached their peak.
A Liberation War- based play, “Eikhane Shobkhane”, directed by Fahim Maleque Evan and written by Shahin Rahman was staged on March 25 and 26 at District Shilpakala Academy and Government Ashek Mahmud College auditorium in the district town.
Here we publish an excerpt from Hasan Hafizur Rahman's introduction to History of Bangladesh War of Independence: Documents, the largest collection of the Liberation War documents.
DURING the latter half of the last [ 19th] century, when the poet Nabinchandra Sen was a student of Presidency College, the boys from West Bengal used to poke fun at him by calling him a 'Bangal.'