The latest happenings in Bangladeshi blogs around the world:
* Politics: Addabaz criticizes  the stand-off between the government and the opposition regarding electoral reform. He notes that people of Bangladesh are suffering and getting tired of this unfortunate political crisis.
Salam Dhaka lists  top ten things usually done by an MP in Bangladesh.
Dr. Rumi of Dristipat is critic  about dynasty leadership in Bangladesh. His article has generated an interesting discussion on the subject in the comments sections. Change Bangladesh Project  has started a blog  to create awareness among voters to choose the appropriate leader in the coming election.
* Creativity: Kazi Rubaiat Imam links  to the news that Leepu, a Bangladeshi can builds cars replicating any top notch brand car design. Recently Discovery channel has made a documentary on Leepu's work.
* Religion: While trying to answer of what religion he is, Sadiq exerts  that all the religion speak the same. We only need to open our heart to receive the Divine Wisdom that is inside all the message of all time.
* Podcast: Joe at Bongo Vongo posts reading of English translation of another short story of Rabindranath Tagore as podcast: – ‘Once there was a king’ 
* Culture: Asid Saleh of Dristipat informs  about a Baishakhi Mela (Bangla New Years Fair) in London with useful links. Pictures and report (in Bangla) are posted  by Sohail Motahar Chowdhury in his Bangla blog.
* Reading: Siddhartha of ‘Serious Golmal’ discusses  the book ‘Art of the Skyscraper: The Genius of Fazlur Rahman Khan’ by Mir Ali. Fazlur Rahman Khan , the famous Bangladeshi is the architect of the Sears Tower and the John Hancock Center.
* Tribute: The Bengali Fob posts a wonderful tribute  to all the mothers on the occasion of the mothers day.
* Travel: Electricblues has taken a personal initiative  to visit the countryside, see the green fields and breathe the clean air and document it all in his cell phone. The result is looking good:- some nice pictures of Bangladesh .
* Human rights: Safia is vocal  for fair trade in the fashion industries in Bangladesh.
* Communication: Razib Rashedin of the South Asia Biz  discusses the cellular growth in South Asia and thinks  except for calling mobile phone industries here have yet to use its full potential.
* Bangla blogging: The Bangla blogging platform “Bandh Bhanger Awaz”  is growing rapidly and getting more user friendly. Each day many new bloggers are registering and hundreds of posts are being put up. Some bloggers are posting so frequently that others are accusing them with flooding. But the good thing is that the blog has achieved increased interactivity with participation of many readers resulting almost a hundred comments in some posts.
The first million hits took 3 months and looks like the 2nd million will be reached much sooner than that.