Thursday, 18 July, 2024, Reg No- 06
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Kamal Uddin Mazumder
Bangladesh must avoid divisive politics to tackle the geopolitical tug of warBangladesh is readying for the 12th Jatiya Sangsad elections slated for January 7 amid much enthusiasm. The election is vital for continuing the ongoing development of Bangladesh, scheduled to graduate from LDC countries in 2026. The election also came under the international geopolitical spotlight as the USA and its satellites kept pressurizing the government to ...
Kamal Uddin Mazumder
Bangladesh Army's role in keeping peace in CHTEverybody in the three hilly regions of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT)-Khagrachari, Bandarban, and Rangamati-knows that the Bangladesh Army has been working for them. As the army's importance in societal development in the CHT is now recognized on a global scale, it has become a source of trust and harmony for the people of the ...
Kamal Uddin Mazumder
It's still not too late for political parties to bury the hatchet With the announcement of the 12th National Assembly election schedule on November 15, the agitation party BNP and like-minded parties announced to tighten the ongoing agitation. However, they had already said that the outline of the movement would change immediately after the announcement of the schedule. In this context, the political crisis over the electoral ...
Kamal Uddin Mazumder
Safeguard communal harmony during upcoming national pollsBangladesh is a shining example of religious freedom and communal harmony; where people of all religion-caste-tribe-community have long been living peacefully. In this process, groups of people believing in various religious doctrines have shared the uniform culture of Bengal. A bond of brotherhood has developed among all. Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, and Christians, all of whom ...
Kamal Uddin Mazumder
Ruling party to cash in on megaprojects for upcoming election victoryBangladesh's economy now ranks 34th in the world, but it is predicted to move up to 24th by 2036 and become the ninth-largest consumer nation in the world by 2040. Bangladesh's GDP is predicted to grow from its current US$460 billion to US$1 trillion by 2040, barring any significant setbacks. Bangladesh has seen a sizable ...
Kamal Uddin Mazumder
How will Bangladesh address ‘American concerns’?Relations between the United States and Bangladesh, which had been relatively smooth, have witnessed a few hiccups in recent years, especially after the US ban on RAB, the new visa policy, and various statements of US diplomats about human rights, internal politics, and elections in Bangladesh. Although Dhaka consistently told Washington that it will address ...
Kamal Uddin Mazumder
Pension scheme is another step towards a welfare stateFollowing the completion of scores of development projects including Padma Bridge, Metrorail, and Karnaphuli Tunnel, the government is set to announce another project that will significantly improve the lives of the country's citizens as a whole. That is the start of the universal pension scheme. Although there was discussion of starting this program long ago, ...
Kamal Uddin Mazumder
Milestone developments in Bangladesh’s rail communications The work of checking the feasibility of running high speed trains on the Dhaka-Chittagong corridor is going on. The construction of broad-gauge railway line from Dhaka to Jessore is being implemented through the implementation of rail link on the dream Padma bridge. Not only the railways, but also the road communication system of the country ...
Kamal Uddin Mazumder
Slashing food aid to make Rohingyas go hungryFood insecurity in those camps means more trafficking of women, children, and adolescent girls, and more malnourishment of the young in particular. With the economic hardships creating an added burden on the refugees, criminal gangs would find it easier to recruit Rohingya youth to serve their criminal activities, from drug dealing to prostitution to human ...
Kamal Uddin Mazumder
KNF must be nipped in budIn early 2022, the general people of Bangladesh suddenly noticed a political articulation of an armed political organization named Kuki-Chin National Front (KNF). Members of the organization maintain a Facebook page titled: Kuki-Chin National Front-KNF, through which they are seen making the photographs and military training videos of their regulars, and political statements public, specifically, ...
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