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· September, 2009

Stories about Bangladesh from September, 2009

Bangladesh: The State Of Women

“What is keeping Bangladeshi women from emancipation when their country is ruled by one of their own? How is their situation now? What are their most urgent needs; which rights...

Bangladesh: Banning Of Adult Websites

Joruri Khobor posts a hilarious take on the news that the government of Bangladesh has banned 84 adult websites that featured “well-known Bangladeshi celebrities in obscene poses”.

Bangladesh: Law And Order Situation

Mukti discusses the current state of the law and order situation in Bangladesh.

India: Durga Puja: A Daughter Comes Visiting

The Durga Puja is an annual festival that celebrates worship of the Hindu goddess Durga. Bengalis believe that Durga is the daughter of Bengal and during the 5 days of...

How To Add An Article In Bangla Wikipedia

belayet Ki Likhbe! (What Will Belayet Write!) posts a video tutorial (in Bangla) on how to add a new article in Bangla Wikipedia.

Bangladesh: Durga Puja at Dhakeswari Temple

Ideas R Bulletproof posts some pictures of Durga Puja (Moha Shaptami) celebrations at Dhakeswari Temple in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

India: What To Expect On The Moon

Reacting on the news that India’s mission to the moon has found water on it, A Minority Of One comments on what to expect next: “Other things that will eventually...

Bangladesh: Can A Journalist Throw Shoes To A Leader?

“I cannot undermine the sentiment of Al- Zaidi and ordinary Iraqi people who are the sufferer of invasion and war. But he has misused his access and accreditation rights by...

Bangladesh: The Importance Of Learning A Foreign Language

“If manpower is our strength, proper foreign language training at home will be a small step in equipping them better to settle down in foreign territories. A change of perception...

Mobile-empowered to serve you better

The mobile phone has grown to be a tool that enables, farmers, small traders and service providers to take information-based decisions, thereby leading to their economic empowerment

South Asia: Celebrating Eid-Ul-Fitr

Yesterday Muslims in many South Asian countries celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr marking the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting. Many bloggers exchanged greetings and shared their rituals and traditions.

Bangladesh: The Exodus

Leetlegirl's Big Adventures blog posts some telling pictures of the mass exodus from the mega city Dhaka during the Eid holidays, which answer why the capital of Bangladesh is so...

Bangladesh: To Save The Rivers Of Dhaka

An Ordinary citizen highlights the crusade of some local media to save the rivers of Dhaka from pollution.

Bangladesh: Death in Dhaka Zoo

Shahnaz at Dhaka Dweller writes about the mysterious deaths of a number of animals in Dhaka Zoo.

Bangladesh: Interview With Professor Anu Muhammad

Bangladesh Watchdog publishes an interview with Professor Anu Muhammad, member secretary of the National Committee to Protect Oil, Gas, Mineral Resources, Power and Ports on their recent protests against the...

Bangladesh: Advice On Fasting

Sadiq Alam at Inspirations and Creative Thoughts posts a sufi master's advice on fasting.

Tribute To The Bangladeshis Killed in 9/11

M. Tawsif Salam at The Writers Club pays tribute to the Bangladeshi victims of the September 11 (9/11) attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New...

Bangladesh: Judicial System For Whom?

Habib Siddiqui comments that the judicial system in Bangladesh is discouraging law-abiding citizens to seek justice. He says: “when the system conspires against its law-abiding citizens, I guess very little...

Bangladesh: New Paradigm Of Microcredit

Unheard Voice suggests a new paradigm of microcredit: “The agenda of development through microcredit should move from ‘microcredit-as-the-goal model’ to ‘microcredit-as-the-means model.’ The latter essentially looks at microcredit as the...

Bangladesh: To Get An Indian Visa

Kowshik describes the painful ordeal a Bangladeshi has to go through to get an Indian tourist visa from Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.

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