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· July, 2005

Stories about Bangladesh from July, 2005

Bangladesh: British Prisons

Bangladesh: British Prisons

Bangladesh: Terrorism

Bangladesh: Terrorism

Bangladesh: Islamic Values

Bangladesh: Islamic Values

Sri Lanka: LTTE

Sri Lanka: LTTE

Bangladesh: Revolt of the Privileged

Bangladesh: Revolt of the Privileged

Bangladesh: Taslima Nasrin

Bangladesh: Taslima Nasrin

MUMBAI FLOOD

Dhaka experienced heavy rains (156mm within 24 hours) early this month. The excess downpours inundated nearly a quarter of the cosmopolitan disrupting lives of its 10 million citizens. Streets and...

Bangladesh: Narrative Journalism

Bangladesh: Narrative Journalism

South Asia: Possible scenarios for the Future

South Asia: Global Trends 2015

Buzz from South Asian Blogs

South Asia: News, Views and Opinions

Arranged marriage & the role of parents

A sarcastic post of a vibrant Bangladeshi-Canadian girl: If this daughter is not married to some Muslim guy by next August, ...she will apparently be seeing Mrs Mother's dead face....

Bangladesh: Blogs in the newspaper again

The 3rd World View points out an article about blogging in a Bangladeshi newspaper that features his site.

Bangladesh: Tagging Islam

The Bangladeshi blog The 3rd World View asks why Flickr images of the 7/7 bombings are being tagged “Muslim”.

The 3rd world view

Following the 7/7 bombings in London, Bangladeshi blogger Rezwan asks us “who's problem is it, anyway”?

South Asia Thursday Blog Roundup

The Nepalese blog United We Blog! covers, with photographs, an anti-monarchy student protest in the city of New Baneshwor that was marked by violent confrontations with the police. The protest...

South Asia Daily Blog Roundup

Sri Lankan blogger Indi Samarajiva says that the Live 8 manifesto, if implemented, will simply turn the third world into a giant welfare state. Vantage Point points out that the...

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