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· July, 2009

Stories about Bangladesh from July, 2009

Bangladesh, India: Tipaimukh Dam And Transparency

The controversy surrounding the Tipaimukh Hydroelectric Project currently continues to dominate the politics, media, and intellectual and civil society’s discourse in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh: Adulteration And Death Of Children

Bangladesh: A Concrete Island

An Indian's Perspective On Tipaimukh Dam

Bangladesh: Exchanging Business Cards

Bangladesh: Photos Of Solar Eclipse

Bangladesh: Connecting To The Asian Highway

Bangladesh: Beauty Of The Countryside

Bangladesh, South Korea: Bandhobi, Addressing Migrant Workers’ Issues

Bangladeshi blogger Fahmidul Haque introduces us [bn] to a Korean Movie which features the love between a Bangladeshi migrant worker and a South Korean teenager girl and addresses migrant workers'...

Bangladesh: Research In The Universities

Bangladesh: What Bloggers Can Do On Tipaimukh Issue

Bangladesh: The Aged Student Leaders

Bangladesh: Stigma of the ‘D’ tag

Bangladesh: Practice of child labour

Bangladesh: The art of the Nakshi Kantha

Bangladesh: Replica Of Taj Mahal

Bangladesh: Through The Eyes Of Expatriates

There is a vibrant expatriate community in Bangladesh and many of them work as volunteers or are employed in numerous non-government organizations. Some of them are also blogging and are...

Bangladesh: Who was corrupt?

Communicating via missed calls

Bangladesh: Climbing Mt. Annapurna IV

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