Jail Killing: Another Dark Chapter of the History of Bangladesh

Today is that fearsome-horrible 3rd November. Another tarnished and bloodstained Jail Killing Day appears in the history of Bangali Nation. It’s one of those days, which will always be dubbed as the 'dark days' forever, this 3rd of November. The few events which have ever halted Bangladesh from achieving her covetable pathways, this was one such incidents happened in this very day on 1975.


Prime minister Sheikh Hasina has attended the seminar on "South-South and Triangular Cooperation in Scaling up Innovation in Public Service Delivery" organised by Bangladesh and UN office for South-South cooperation at the Conference Room of UN Headquarters on Tuesday. Here is the full speech by the Bangladesh premier.

21 August, 2004: All Hell Broke Loose by State-Sponsored Terrorism

Twelve years ago on 21st August, the nation was about to burst against the state-sponsored militancy, in the capital. Ironically, shortly after, the anti-militancy protesters themselves became victims of the country’s most gruesome militant attack masterminded by then BNP-Jamaat government.

Trial of Mir Quasem Ali's war crimes


The International Crimes Tribunals were established by the Government of Bangladesh in 2009 for the purpose of bringing to justice the perpetrators of the crimes against humanity and genocide, including the well-identified masterminds, who actively collaborated as auxiliary forces with the occupying forces during our War of Liberation in 1971.

15th August: Darkest Chapter Of History


15th August is the day of national mourning. It’s a day when all beings of whole Bengal, even the nature drop 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.