- Published on Saturday, 27 September 2014 23:44
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People’s leader Sheikh Hasina was born in a remote village of Tungipara of Gopalganj district. She is the eldest among the five children of the architect of the independence and the father of the nation – Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. She earned her graduation from Dhaka University in 1973.
- Published on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 17:34
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We must stress on adaptation as well as loss and damage
In Rio, we agreed on a shared dream – to have the “Future we want for all.”
In recent years, Bangladesh has taken some key steps. For instance, we have installed 3.2 million solar home systems and provided over 1.5 million improved cookstoves across Bangladesh. We are also working on stress-tolerant crop varieties.
- Published on Sunday, 29 June 2014 13:27
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Bangladesh Awami League was struggling for realising peoples' right from the time of its birth. If the history of Awami League and the emergence of independent Bangladesh is analysed it will be seen that whatever has been achieved from establishing Bangladesh as an independent sovereign state, giving Bengali nation its own identity to the world community, introducing the mother tongue of the Bengalis as a state language, whatever Bengalis have got and whatever is glorious for Bengalis is the result of Awami League's long struggle.
- Published on Wednesday, 20 August 2014 10:47
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Today is the bloody 21st August. On this day, ten years ago, grenades and bullets were deployed in a crowded area of Dhaka city for assassinating the entire top leadership of Bangladesh Awami League; the day when the Central Office of Awami League at Bangabandhu Avenue became a scene of carnage and mayhem.
- Published on Wednesday, 16 April 2014 13:33
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The emergence of the provisional Bangladesh government in Mujibnagar, forty three years ago on this day on April 17, 1971, was a defining moment for the Bengali nation. The first Bengali government in history, administered by Bengalis and for Bengalis, it took shape in the grey region between the sinister and the illuminating.