Birth of Bangladesh: Begum Mujib played a catalyst role

Some people are born to do something for the nation and they love to dedicate themselves to the cause of the people. Bangamata Begum Sheikh Fazilatunnessa Mujib belongs to such rare class of people. It would not be surprising to say that Begum Mujib, the wife of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, played a crucial role at the critical junctures o...

Sheikh Kamal: The architect of modern sports in Bangladesh

Syed Samiul Basher Anik: August 5 is the birthday of Sheikh Kamal, the eldest son of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Kamal – who was assassinated with the rest of his family on the fateful night of August 15, 1975, at the age of 26 – would have celebrated his 71st birthday on Wednesday. On this day, Ban...

Sheikh Kamal through the eyes of Bangabandhu

The 71st birth anniversary of Sheikh Kamal, the eldest son of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, was observed on Wednesday. He was born on August 5, 1949. Bangabandhu, in his books Unfinished Memoirs and Karagarer Rojnamcha (Prison Diary), recounted some memories of his children including Sheikh Kamal. The Unfinished Me...

Sheikh Kamal, my friend

Habibul Haque Khondker: On August 12, 1975, a week after Sheikh Kamal’s 26th birthday, we had our viva voce examination as we were completing our MA final examination in sociology. In our days at Dhaka University, we had an oral examination as the last ritual of academic assessment. We waited outside the room of the chair of the sociology...

Sheikh Kamal could have given a lot to country: HPM Sheikh Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said Sheikh Kamal could give to the country much more if he remained alive as he made a significant contribution to the country’s politics, culture and sports with his multifaceted brilliance. “If Kamal (Sheikh Kamal) remained alive today he could have given the country many things. His all-round t...

Sheikh Kamal: An Epitome of Youthful Zeal

Sharif Shahab Uddin: Sheikh Kamal, one of the most prominent organisers of the Liberation War of Bangladesh, was a symbol of the overwhelming spirit of the youth and made a tremendous contribution to keeping the youth on the right track and getting them engaged in the nation-building work of war-ravaged Bangladesh that was a crying need for the...

Sheikh Kamal : A friend, Mentor and Political Compatriot

Omer Selim Sher: I was asked almost 2years ago to write about Sheikh Kamal, the eldest son of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. It is very difficult to write about someone who is three in one to me. I would call him the unsung hero in the history of Bangladesh. He was a very amiable, gentle, brilliantly polite and modest person. Reflection on...

The rising sun of Bangladesh

Sharif Shahab Uddin: Sajeeb Wazed Joy, the proud son of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her ICT advisor, has already proved himself as a leader with a great mission and vision by making the Digital Bangladesh initiative a success. Following the footprint of his grandfather, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Joy has dedicated himself to the c...

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