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Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
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Mr. Pakbir is a political and current affairs analyst of Daily Observer. He excels is political and democracy research. He is the founder and Chief Editor of Mohammadi News Agency (MNA) and Editor of Kishore Bangla, a well-known magazine for the teenagers and children of Bangladesh. Alongside he is acclaimed for his social works in improving the lives of underprivileged children and Vice-Chairman of Democracy Research Center (DRC).
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Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Neutrality can fortify the global position of BangladeshThe Bangladeshi Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina, has for years maintained an influential position in South Asian politics. In addition to bringing stability and progress to Bangladesh, her leadership has been distinguished by a remarkable dedication in upholding a neutral posture in global and regional politics navigating a course that prioritizes peace, cooperation, and prosperity. Bangladesh ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Dr Yunus: A mischievous personality in Bangladeshi politicsProfessor Muhammad Yunus, the only Nobel laureate of Bangladesh is in the headlines again for his trial in several cases and the expressed concern of the global community about those trials. While a group is trying to identify the charges against him as political oppression, the majority of the aware Bangladeshis are finding these concerns ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Rohingya crisis: 6 years without ‘genocide’ recognitionSix years after the most recent Rohingya exodus in Bangladesh, the government is still focusing on their safe repatriation, even as some nations and international organizations advocate for their integration in Bangladesh. The UNHCR and other agencies are facing difficulty in arranging funds now to support the Rohingya refugees. While the repatriation effort for the ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Cyber attack: A detrimental hurdle for ‘Smart Bangladesh’While Bangladesh is on the move from 'Digital Bangladesh' to 'Smart Bangladesh' and pursuing the dream of becoming a developed country, we are being constant target of cyber attacks. Despite implementing several preventive precautions, the number of cyber attack incidences at various commercial and service-providing outlets in the nation is rising. In the age of ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Dengue crisis: Life-saving rather than political showdown is vital nowEvery year, with the arrival of monsoon, the dengue attack arrives as a menace in Bangladesh. The attack is the most severe in 2023. The whole country is in suffering from this dengue threat. Meanwhile, our political parties - both the ruling and opposition - are busy with their political programs eyeing on the upcoming ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Quran burning in Sweden: Freedom of expression cannot justify a crimeThough the human are naturally peace-loving, the history of mankind is filled with thousands of violent incidents. Religion has been at the center of so many violence and atrocities as many groups or individuals tried to utilize religion as the weapons to serve their own interests. An Iraqi Christian immigrant in Sweden abused and burnt ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Nuclear threats at Russia-Ukraine war: The Pandora’s box must not be openedRussia-Ukraine war has been going on for over a year. The war could have been over much before if the war did not turned into a war between Russia and the West. This war has devastating impact not only on Ukraine but also on the global economy. The situation will turn much worse if the ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Protecting national interest and regional peace must remain our priorityBangladesh will hold its next national parliamentary elections at the very beginning of the next year. The political environment is expected to heat up during the upcoming months as the opposition parties especially BNP and its allies are demanding for caretaker government due to their mistrust on the ruling party Awami League. The opposition has ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Peaceful power transfer: Silent factor to the next national electionsThe 12th National Parliamentary Election of Bangladesh is scheduled to take place on January, 2024. As Bangladesh Awami League, under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, is in power of the government for three consecutive terms, the political environment before the elections is getting vulnerable. The opposition parties are determined to topple the government ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
FY2023-24 budget: Traditional proposal, traditional criticismFor the FY2023-24, Bangladesh has proposed an ambitious budget of roughly Tk.7.61 trillion, an increase in spending of 15% over the revised outlay for the previous year. In order to promote the creation of a "Smart Bangladesh," Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal submitted an expansive budget to parliament on Thursday. While the budget is focused ...
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