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Bangladesh

Lesser Lives

Vineetha Mokkil

Taslima Nasreen’s new novel, the sequel to Lajja, grapples with the exiled and the persecuted

Delhi’s Dhaka Dilemma

Should South Block be alarmed at Bangladesh’s increasing closeness to China?

West Bengal Day

The significance of June 20th

Bangladesh Scrambles to Contain Covid-19

The country’s economy and health resources are being overwhelmed by the pandemic

The Genocide Men of 1971

The fates of those responsible for mass murder in East Pakistan

Bangabandhu at 100

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman believed Bangladesh could be the Switzerland of the East. It is time to reclaim that belief

1971 India-Pakistan War: Memory as Peacemaker

Return to the popular history of the 1971 India-Pakistan war

CAA: A Moral Amendment

The CAA is the only hope of survival that the 17 million Hindus still left in Bangladesh can clutch at

Opponents of Citizenship Act are intellectually dishonest

Contrary to propaganda, Indian Muslims have nothing to be worried about the new law

Bangladesh Hits a 1971 Squall

The government is forced to withdraw a list of razakars after the names of many freedom fighters made their way into it

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