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· August, 2010

Stories about Bangladesh from August, 2010

Bangladesh: Recognizing The Vegetable Grower

Bangladesh Corporate Blog has this splendid idea of recognizing the farmers who grows the vegetables by including some personal stories in the vegetable packaging to give them some credit and...

South Asia: Bloggers On The ‘Ground Zero Mosque’

The recent debate on the planned Islamic Center/Mosque near the site of the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York, USA has been reverberated in many blogospheres around the world....

India-Bangladesh Relations Is Necessity Driven

“The present India Bangladesh Relations are mostly necessity driven (could be told reality driven), not that much of Ideology driven, which was showed at the 70s of last century;” opines...

Bangladesh: Court Bars Enforcement of Islamic Dress Code

Faisal at the Spittoon reports that a Bangladesh court has barred enforcing of Islamic dress code in the country and also stated that wearing of any religious clothing should be...

Bangladesh: An Important Recognition

Andalib at Cadet College Blog discusses [bn] about the recent decision of Bangladesh election commission to recognize “sex worker” as a profession in the voter ID.

Bangladesh made boat reaches France

Bangladesh Watchdog informs that an ‘unsinkable eco-friendly’ boat made of jute fibre has reached the coast of La Ciotat, South of France after an eight month long journey from Bangladesh....

Bangladesh: Online Journalism And Multimedia

Mahadi Hasan Talukder, an online journalist, comments on the slow speed internet in Bangladesh and the phenomenon of media portals not using multimedia options properly to assist online journalists.

Bangladesh: International Internet Gateways Do Not Support IPv6

Ahamed Bauani is concerned that the two International Internet Gateways (IIGW) operational in Bangladesh do not support IPv6 and “do not have any plan to do so”. The blogger advocates...

Bangladesh: Ramadan Preparations And Inspirations

Sadiq Alam at Inspirations and Creative Thoughts writes about preparations for the Islamic holy month of Ramadan and its inspirations.

Bangladesh: Even No Water To Wash My Teeth

“On the fifth day, today, 10 August, I discover I don't have any water to brush my teeth, not to talk about other purposes;” thus Ekram Kabir at Kotha Chhilo...

Bangladesh: A Different Kind Of Party

Shahnaz at Dhaka Dweller posts pictures of a glamorous birthday party of her dog Candy.

China: Visa tales

With all the economic growth in China over the past few decades and a growing number of global travelers to match, have visa requirements for Chinese citizens been adapting in...

Bangladesh: Road To A Secular Nation?

Exiled journalist and blogger Saleem Samad questions in his post at E-Bangladesh “is Muslim majority Bangladesh poised to convert into a secular nation?”

Bangladesh: Visitors Share Their Thoughts On Grameen Ventures

This summer, eight students and faculty members from the Master of Public Administration program of the Northern Kentucky University in Kentucky, USA are completing an internship at Grameen Bank in...

Bangladesh: Bengali And Bangladeshi Nationalism

Dr Afsar Ali at Unheard Voices comments that “there is no contradiction between the Bengali and Bangladeshi nationalism as opposed to the pundits and the politicians wanted us to believe...

Bangladesh: The Future Of Religion Based Politics

An Ordinary Citizen discusses the future of religion based politics in Bangladesh in light of the Supreme Court verdict on the fifth amendment of the constitution, which reverted the country...

Pakistan: Lessons From bangladesh

Yasser Latif Hamdani at Pak Tea House lauds Bangladesh's efforts in banning the religious politics in the country and thinks that Pakistan can win the battle against Taliban by learning...

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