IF ALAL GOES RIGHT, DULAL GOES LEFT.
It is due to the initiative of Professor Amalendu De that the grave of Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain, one of the vanguard thinkers of equity and rationalism in the subcontinent and … Continue reading
‘Even you, sir?’: On my open letter to Professor Anisuzzaman by Prashanta Tripura for AlalODulal.org I. Background: A Seminar ‘The Vice Chancellor of Dhaka University urges increased intercommunication’ would be … Continue reading
Is it only survival? Is it politics without science? Re-conceptualizing the resistances against the Phulbari Coal Mine Project in Bangladesh with the mediation of archaeological practice Swadhin Sen
My father would have been 87 by Tanvir Haider Chaudhury It was my father’s birthday yesterday. Professor Mufazzal Haider Chaudhury would have been 87. He never got to approach that … Continue reading
Shaking pillars causes governments to fall, not buildings Anisul Hoque, Prothom Alo, abbreviated & translated for AlalODulal.org by Unnashic “Pro-Hartal activists were shaking the pillars, which may be why Rana … Continue reading
The whole country is still in a standstill after the Long March and Dhaka rally of Hefazate Islam. Hefazate Islam, a conglomerate of several thousands Madrassahs across the country, announced this … Continue reading
As I understand from today’s press reports – The Gonojagoron Mancha leadership does not see ‘Hifazate Islami’ as an objectionable organization and hence they have no problem meeting the Hefazate … Continue reading
1983. February 14. Shahbag moar, Dhaka. Students of Dhaka University gathered for a large scale protest. Their demands were 1. Postpone anti people education policy, 2. Free all jailed students … Continue reading
Bangladeshi-American Sal Khan on cover of Forbes magazine.