Stories about Bangladesh from June, 2008
Words & Bites on the need for alternate perspectives and narratives to solve the issue of Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Unheard Voices from Bangladesh takes a closer look at the Gorkhaland issue in India, and focuses on the apparent Bengali racism.
A discussion on the state of Bangladeshi workers in Bahrain at Unheard Voices.
Unheard Voicesem> wonders why the Bangladeshi diaspora doesn't celebrate certain aspects of culture and literature.
Bangladesh From Our View on the eunuchs who live on the fringes of society, ignored by the government and NGOs.
a bengali in TO attends a talk by Dr Mohammed Yunus, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on micro-lending.
The 3rd World View on a tougher law to combat religious terrorism in Bangladesh.
Unheard Voices from Bangladesh on Kalpana Chakma, a feminist and rights activist who was kidnapped in 1996.
Mukti on the issue of Bangladesh's trade deficit with India and China.
In the middle of Nowhere from Bangladesh remembers life as a graduate student in the US, and reflects on how Obama could have a great impact on segregation in the US.
Mash from Bangladesh on why Obama becoming a nominee is a historic event.
Bangladesh from our view on the poor working conditions faced by workers in the garment industry.
Bahraini blogger Khalid is surprised with the knee jerk reactions taken by the government - after the Minister of Interior issued an order to ban issuing work permits for workers from Bangladesh - in a country which prides itself of being a democracy with laws and a constitution in place.
Words and Bites on a new EU directive in question, which deals with the deportation and detention of “illegal immigrants”, which many think may have serious human rights ramifications.