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· November, 2007

Stories about Bangladesh from November, 2007

In the eye of the storm: Bangladeshi bloggers speak

Nari Jibon bloggers posted their reactions on the recent killer cyclone, Sidr, which devastated Bangladesh’s southern coastal regions. Read their first-hand accounts about the disaster, their resillience and relief efforts....

Bangladesh: Of frustration, hope and resolve

Bangladesh: Assessing relief efforts

Innovative Tools: Live Bicycle Radio

Innovative tools in Colombia and Bangladesh are bringing internet access to communities that would otherwise be disconnected. We take a look at wi-max bicycles in Medellin and mobile phone internet...

Bangladesh: Through the Cyclone

Bangladesh: Know your enemy

Bangladesh: The cyclone and the government

Bangladesh: Helping victims of the cyclone

Bangladesh: On Foreign Aid

Bangladesh: On compassion and state boundaries

Bangla blogs seek aid for cyclone Sidr victims

Five days after cyclone Sidr ravaged Bangladesh, news regarding devastation continues to pour in. Despite steps taken by the administration to evacuate a large number of people and put them...

Bangladesh: Cyclone Sidr and the News

Bangladesh: Farmers and the Cyclone

Bangladesh: Investment and Disaster

Bangladesh: Helping the victims of Sidr Cyclone

Rising Voices in Sierra Leone and Bangladesh

This week we highlight developments of two of the Rising Voices grantees in Asia and Africa. Interns at the Think Build Change Salone in Sierra Leone are starting to document...

Bangladesh: Hurricane Sidr and the aftermath

Sidr is a category 4 Hurricane (deadlier than Katrina) raged its severest onslaughts packing winds of 240 kph (150mph) on the southern coast of Bangladesh from about 5:30pm Thursday to...

South Asia: Nathuram Godse in 1949

India: An interview with Wafa Sultan

Bangladesh: On Freedom of Speech

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