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  • A bus set ablaze at Dhanmondi in Dhaka on Sunday, the second day of the 72-hour countrywide opposition blockade. — New Age photo

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Govt needs to accommodate opposition̢۪s aspirations

REGARDLESS of what the so-called ‘all-party’ government of prime... Full story

Typical highhandedness of ruling party fronts

THE government, in its bid to foil the blockade enforced by the... Full story

Leaf through a few old pages on Bangladesh politics

A bus set ablaze at Dhanmondi in Dhaka on Sunday, the second day of the 72-hour countrywide opposition blockade. — New Age photo
This controversy and conflict shall continue as the contradictions within the dominating sphere still go unresolved. These are getting intensified, and the intensification is manifested in the form and style of political struggle the competing ruling interests/factions... Full story


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