Stories about Bangladesh from September, 2007
Sadiq Alam on the situation in Burma. “Religious and Spiritual moral standpoint has given rise to many changes in human history in terms of revolutionary changes and justice.”
Sadiq Alam rounds up posts on personal experiences during Ramadan on the blogosphere.
Adda on the detention of Arifur Rahman because of a cartoon, laws and sensitivity of religious groups.
Voice of South on computer literacy program as an innovative way to spread IT in rural Bangladesh.
E-Bangladesh on whether Bangladesh's government is blocking access to Google.
Alpin is one satirical cartoon supplement of the Daily Prothom Alo, which claims to be the most popular Bangla Newspaper in Bangladesh. In the 6th page of its 431th issue a cartoon titled ‘name’ was published (on Monday, September 17, 2007) which created much controversy in Bangladesh. So what was...
Those who condescendingly refer to the Bangladesh Cricket team as ‘minnows’ may already be eating their hats. As Bangladesh storms into the second round of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup tournament with an impressive six-wicket win against the West Indies, the Bangla blogosphere is exhilarated and furiously blogging their jubilation....
Unheard Voices on the need for stricter laws to deal with technology abuse and the invasion of privacy.
The Uncultured Project on what might be the Bangladeshi Government's attempt to block access to Google and related websites.
Mash on the Bangladeshi government's ways of curbing freedom of expression, not just within the country, but also aimed at expatriates.
Rezwan laments the state of IT education in Bangladesh.
People say that there is never a dull day in Bangladesh politics. Today (September 3, 2007)early in the morning the military-backed (care-taker) interim government in Bangladesh had arrested former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia on corruption charges. His son was also arrested on the same charge. Or How I Learned To...
Mash traces political developments in Bangladesh as the former PM is arrested on corruption charges.