Rezwan · March, 2012

Latest posts by Rezwan from March, 2012

Sri Lanka: Mob Revenge

  12 March 2012

Serendipity is concerned that the incidents of mob revenge in Sri Lanka are on the rise and wonders whether this has anything to do with the decreasing faith of people in the justice system and Law and Order.

Pakistan: Ban And Politics

  12 March 2012

Pakistan Blogzine reports that the Pakistan government has banned the extremist Deobandi Jihadi-sectarian organization Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ) which has been condemned by right wing political parties like Jamaat-e-Islami and Jamaat-ud-Dawa.

Pakistan: Who Is Killing Shia Muslims?

  9 March 2012

Pakistan Blogzine posts a translation of Pakistan’s Shia scholar Allama Jawad Naqvi's lecture in Urdu, in which he identifies the actors responsible for the ongoing, systematic Shia killing in Pakistan.

Maldives: Ask The People, Go For An Election

  7 March 2012

Maeed M. Zahir analyzes the current unstable political situation in Maldives after the incumbent resident Mohmaed Nasheed had been forced out of office last month. The blogger comments that Maldives now needs an election to get the people's verdict.

Bangladesh: Journalist Couple's Murder Case Still Unresolved

  7 March 2012

Recently a brutal murder in Bangladesh has shocked the nation and everyone is talking about it. Almost one month has gone after journalist couple Sagar Sarwar and Meherun Runi had been killed in their own apartment but the police are yet to arrest the killers. Netizens, journalists and civic society have condemned the delay in bringing the perpetrators to justice.

Bhutan: Malnutrition In Boarding Schools

  4 March 2012

Tshering Tobgay points to the recent deaths of two students of a boarding school in Bhutan due to chronic vitamin deficiency. Depriving children of essential micro-nutrients is an atrocious crime, the blogger says.

India: Rs. 300 Million Of Praise

  4 March 2012

Sneha finds out that Indian Rs. 300 Million were spent between 2009 to 2011 on advertisements on the birth and death anniversaries of Rajiv and Indira Gandhi, two assassinated leaders of the ruling congress party. Her concern is that these expenses were paid from the taxpayers’ money — without his...