IF ALAL GOES RIGHT, DULAL GOES LEFT.
Sadly, it is us, not them by Srabanti Datta for AlalODulal.org “If we take a thorough look, we’ll see that across every regime, we the citizens actually instigate, motivate, take part in, and take … Continue reading
Is there ‘good’ and ‘bad’ corruption ? by Farhad Mahmud for AlalODulal.org Corruption is an important issue and throws up some interesting problems and dilemmas.
An existentialist photograph and the reality of non-existence by Shameema Binte Rahman, Translated from Bengali for AlalODulal.org by Tibra Ali A photograph. The whole body is buried under debris. Only … Continue reading
While Our Eyes Are Elsewhere by Anu Muhammad, Translated by Tibra Ali for AlalODulal.org Despite putting people from all walks of life at risk, the recent violence and uncertainty in … Continue reading
Niko Resources: Ottawa’s corruption test case - GREG MCARTHUR/ THE GLOBE AND MAIL By Bangladeshi standards, the red-brick compound of A.K.M. Mosharraf Hossain is a country estate. A four-foot wall encircles the … Continue reading
The following is a documentary on Joseph Kony of Uganda Lord’s resistance Army. The documentary vividly describes the despicable crimes committed by Kony. The man who was dispatched by the … Continue reading
This blog is named after guru Azam Khan, who sang “Railine er oi bosti te/Jonmechilo ekti chele/Ma taar kade/Cheleti more geche/Hai amar Bangladesh”. Today, another Azam Khan finally speaks up.
After doing so much NATOK all summer, Awami League ends up “following” all of World Bank’s directives, and the WB, “satisfied”, reopens Padma Bridge funding discussion. So why did Awami … Continue reading
Awami League political stalwart Tofael Ahmed and center left political icon Rashed Khan Menon declined a recent offer to be ministers for the last year of Awami League Government. Although … Continue reading