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26 March
Independence Day and Some Thoughts

Marzia Rahman

On the eve of Independence Day, if we look back at 37 years of Bangladesh's political history, when the debate over the contribution to the Liberation War is not settled yet and the facts of history painfully change with the change of governments,

“Celebrating” Independence Day

Zannatul Lamea

“What do you know about our Independence day?" , was the question I once asked to one of my students while teaching as a part-timer in a school, and his abrupt answer was - "Independence day is on 26th of March, it is another holiday when everything remains closed, people go out and celebrate, and watch "mukti-juddho" natoks at night."

Our paths may differ, but our destination is the same

Asrar Chowdhury

The Indian Statesman, Gopal Krishna Gokhale once said, “What Bengal thinks today, India thinks tomorrow”. Small wonder. In Nobel Prizes alone, Bengal as a region has produced four laureatesRabindranath Tagore, Mother Teresa, Amartya Sen, and Muhammad Yunus.

Independence Day: My Vision

Md. Rashidul Hasan

Bangladesh is a beautiful land with troubled history and a potentially bright future.

Bangladesh in next 20 years

Syeda Marzia Hoq Kisma

I grew up in a society where women are denied of their fundamental rights.

The history of our National Flag

As a student I was always curious about our National Flag. I wanted to know when was the first flag replaced with the new one and who had designed it.

Dhaka University Remembers the Martyrs

Khalilur Rahman

On the eve of the 37th Independence Day we recall with pride the sacrifice and contribution of Dhaka University in the Liberation War that brought us our independence.

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