I am from Dhaka, Bangladesh and I have been blogging at The 3rd world view since 2003. I have been bridge-blogging the Bangladeshi and South Asian Blogosphere in Global Voices since 2005. As the translator coordinator for the Global Voices Bangla Lingua, I love translating selected Global Voices posts into my mother tongue Bangla. Follow me at @rezwan.
Latest posts by Rezwan from September, 2011
Bombay Lives informs that the 7th edition of the Barcamp in Mumbai will take place on October 2, 2011.
Bong Mom passionately writes about the Coffee House at College Street in Kolkata, a legendary meeting place for the Bengali literati.
Hans Billmoria reports how a local newspaper published their alleged exposé on “condoms and lubricating gels being distributed to men who have sex with men”, and published the addresses of the community based organizations involved in the process. This has put the gay community in the country in fear and...
Window to Nature informs that Sri Lanka's newly established Solar Plant will provide power to 3,000 rural families. The country aims to switch to non-conventional renewable energy generation to meet 10% of total energy consumption by 2015.
Pranietha Mudliar at Youth Ki Awaaz shares the typical daily routine of the children in rural India.
Uditha Wijesena writes about the sorry state of the Sri Lankan roads and the worsened traffic situation.
Tshering Tobgay writes about the tour of the dragon, the 268 km bike race across the inner Himalaya mountains of Bhutan.
Sanjana Hattotuwa highlights Milinda Moragoda’s on-going campaign for becoming the mayor of Colombo using Facebook, YouTube & Twitter.
Sparsh lists 10 lessons learnt during a post graduate study on rural management in the context of rural India.
D Stehle writes from the land of the highest gross national happiness that “busy people suck”.
Mohammad Yusha reports that the mosquito-borne Dengue fever crisis has worsened in the Punjab region of Pakistan.
Shaahima Fahim at Groundviews discusses about the notion of the search for national identity in the post-war Sri Lanka.
The new Nepali Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai is “definitely on the way to revolutionize the way government works” – thinks Nepali Blogger. He already has a blog and a Facebook account and now he is publicizing his email to get in touch with the general citizens.
Penstar posts an essay written by Thinley Samdrup, a Bhutanese student of class IX, who discusses how one can be a good citizen.
South Asia Blog analyzes the Global Livability Report and its assumption of the worst cities in South Asia.
Vaibhav Kathuria at ‘Youth Ki Awaaz’ says that “India has just witnessed a publishing boom”.
Going Global discusses how to manage the overburdened Colombo traffic.
Pak Tea House posts a caption collage on the controversy regarding Eid Moon sighting in Pakistan.
Penstar raises questions about some news reports published in Dzongkha language newspapers. A number of those reports are translated from news sites like CNN, BBC or NDTV, but no credit to the source is usually given.
After decades the British Parliament is going to discuss Kashmir tomorrow. Al Haqu Murun writes an open letter to Mr Steve Baker, MP for Wycombe, and the British Parliament asking to increase pressure to Pakistan and India to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
The New Horizon posts updates on the ongoing maritime arbitration of Bangladesh with Myanmar at the International Tribunal For The Law Of The Sea.