Stories about Bangladesh from July, 2008
a bengali in TO on sensitivity training for border staff in Canada to deal with Arab and Muslim travelers.
A moderate earthquake jolted Dhaka city on the 27th of July approximately at 00:51 hours Bangladesh Time (+6 GMT). Russell John reports in his blog: I was lying on my...
On 15th of July, Bangla bloggers were disconcerted to find that they could not access Sachalayatan , a popular Bangla blogging platform that focuses on literature and contemporary issues, from...
Unheard Voices has a scathing post on the Bangladesh Election Commission.
Bangladesh Corporate Blog on a mobile phone company targeting young children as future users.
A Bangladeshi writer who works in a bank for her living and also keeps a blog writes a post to shed light to the ever demanding corporate culture in Bangladesh,...
Unheard Voices and Voice of Bangladeshi Bloggers both report that a Bangla Blog Forum called Sachalaytan appears to be blocked in Bangladesh.
The 3rd World View reports that a particular blogging platform may be blocked in Bangladesh.
Unheard Voices on students protesting against sexual harassment in Jahangirnagar University in Bangladesh being handed expulsion orders.
A wedding is considered the most important event of a Bangladeshi girl's life and an integral part of the local culture, however these celebrations are getting more and more expensive....
Unheard Voices examines the issue of Bangladesh's image as a country.
Drishtipat Writers’ Collective (DWC), a writers’ group on Bangladesh, publishes an e-book on the prospect of National Security Council in Bangladesh. More at Unheard Voices.
Bangladesh From Our View on the nagging problem of load-shedding and electricity outages.
The 3rd World View reflects on the various reactions from participants at the GV Summit in Budapest.