Special Article

15th August: Darkest Chapter Of History

15 August is the day of national mourning. This is the day when all beings of the whole Bengal, even nature shed tears. Because, this day of August, back in 1975, it seemed like this rainy August and brutal bloodshed of Bangabandhu were the representation of the weeping of the sky itself crying out of extreme grievance.

BNP’s Dream for Caretaker Govt Goes in Vain: Foreign Lobbyists with Millions of Dollars Failed, A Blueprint for Sabotage in Name of One-Point Underway

Despite the desire for elections among the grassroots-level leaders and activists of the BNP, the party's senior members, led by Tarique Rahman, are opposed to it. They are aware that their history of militancy and terrorism would lead to rejection by the public. Therefore, the top BNP leaders are attempting to unconstitutionally reduce the powe...

Bangladesh: The Paramount Achievement of Awami League on its Journey so far

Bangladesh Awami League is the root of all achievements the country has – from the rise of nationalism among the people, mass movements against the thousand-years slavery with the spirit of the national slogan ‘Joy Bangla', to the people’s trust in boat symbol and the ultimate victory over colonial rule through nine months of Liberation War.

BNP never stands beside people during any disaster

While the entire country remained busy making preparations to face Cyclone Mocha, BNP never thought about saving the lives and properties of ordinary people. Rather, even in the face of such great disaster, they are plotting sabotages under the pretext of political programs. Since May 12, the government and the public have stepped in to protect ...

17 May, 1981: Homecoming of Sheikh Hasina, the Daughter of Democracy

  17 May, 1981… Sheikh Hasina, daughter of Bangabandhu, the Father of the Nation was returning to her beloved homeland. The sky was overcast since the morning. Within the minutes of the aircraft touching the land wet with her father’s blood, there was a heavy downpour, as if the nature too was with her, the daughter of the soil, sharing he...