Stories about Bangladesh from December, 2007
The new bloggers of Rising Voices outreach projects in Colombia, Bolivia, and Bangladesh are more than just up-and-coming citizen journalists. They have also discovered the power of prose to reveal...
black and gray on Eliza Sharmeen, who is the first woman in the country to command a passing out parade in Bangladesh.
This week we look at some brilliant articles from Nari Jibon’s women bloggers. They discuss the menace of wedding dowries, which make the lives of poor families difficult by forcing...
Bangladesh Corporate Blog wonders if there is a more convenient way to take care of animal sacrifices required for religious reasons.
From January 2008 the Musée Guimet of France is holding an exhibition of the masterpieces of Ganges from the collections of the Bangladesh museums for the first time outside of...
All Things Pakistan on Bangladesh turning 36, and the need to bring Pakistanis stranded in camps back to Pakistan.
Voice of Bangladeshi Bloggers on the renewed call for justice in the context of war criminals of 1971, and if it's just a ploy to hide the misdeeds of the...
On Victory Day in Bangladesh, Rezwan announces “I have started a project supported by E-Bangladesh which will publish an online archive of all the available information, evidence, eye witness portraying...
Back to Bangladesh on memories of kite flying and the secret to winning – the application of a gritty paste called maanja on the kite string.
Addafication hopes that the cartoonist Arif is pardoned soon, given that some university professors were similarly pardoned recently.
Mash has testimonies from people who faced the excesses of the Pakistani army in 1971.
Voice of South on another kind of a disaster that could hit Bangladesh – that of HIV/ AIDS.
To my pen, forgive me for typing blogs a letter from her uncle, who is going to court to fight the discrimination he faced at the hands of security guards...
Mash on the release of four University professors. “The release comes after growing public outrage over the sentencing of these professors for a non-violent and silent protest. ”
Voice Of South on a “miracle-boy” – a seven year old child saved from the cyclone.
Bangladesh From Our View on how imparting skills can make a huge difference to lives of women.
Shawn, a Canadian in Bangladesh has accounts of the devastation caused by Cyclone Sidr.
Mash on the suppression of media reports on the genocide in Bangladesh in 1971, and with links to the archives in various newspapers with articles on the same.
With the threat of a potential famine in Bangladesh, Addafication explains how the problem could be prevented – through cheap fertilizers.