Voice Bangladesh

“Voice Bangladesh” On December 16, 2012, after more than two years of persecution, the “Voice Bangladesh” is born as a monthly newspaper committed to constructive and crusading journalism. As a people’s paper, “Voice Bangladesh” is destined to take a stand, to follow the hard investigative story, and to safeguard the interest of the people and its hard-earned freedom through the war of liberation. A fearless paper, Voice Bangladesh is ready to create opinion, and not just remain a passive vehicle of news. “Voice Bangladesh” is being published “on-line’ covering a wide range of authoritative insight and opinions on local and international event, diplomacy, politics, security affairs, business, finance, and development on science and technology. This ‘on-line’ newspaper also offers a variety of web-only content, blogs, debates, and audio/video programs. The newspaper will be published in a magazine format since we expect the contents of this paper will have much more shelf value and depth than a newspaper. Thus the format will be smaller but the impact will be bigger. ‘Voice Bangladesh’ believes in plain language reporting. The theme of reporting is: “to be conversational, to put things in the most direct and picturesque manner, as people would talk to each other in common speech, to remember and use expressive colloquialisms”. Our efforts will be to “try to tell the world about the Bangladesh and the world, to persuade the expert and reach the amateur, with an injection of opinion and argument.” “Voice Bangladesh” has its offices both at New York, USA and at Dhaka, Bangladesh. Thanks to the service of modern technology that the newspaper will have the latest updates from all around the world, offering analysis and opinions of the mass around the globe. Voice of Bangladesh is led by a team of highly qualified professionals on different subjects and components of the newspaper. Editorial Committee Editor: Khaledur Rahman Shakil: Born & lives in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Completed Masters from University of Dhaka. is Convener of the “Justice for Genocide” – Uprising of A Youth Forum; Core Coordinator of War Crime Trial Stage Bangladesh, Senior Fellow with the World Peace and Friendship Mission and Indian Subcontinent Partition Documentation Project, a known Activist, Poet, Writer & Journalist. Managing Editor: Mohammad Iqbal Hossain, Architect : Born in Dhaka, 1951 .Completed his Bachelors degree from BUET in 1975 & His Masters degree in Architecture from MIT, Boston, 1984. Presently a Practicing Architect, Healthcare Planner & Consultant in NY, and Bangladesh. Associate Member, American Institute of Architects. Lives in New York, USA, since 1982 . A cultural and human rights activist, was closely involved in organizing protest in NY against Saudi Brutality of beheading. President, Bangladeshi American Artist Forum, NY. Amateur poet, artist & singer. Adviser, Picture Editor & Artistic Director:Anwar Hossain: Born in Dhaka in 1948. Photographer, cinematographer, FTII, Pune’77 and architect, BUET’74. Resident of France since 1997. Photographing since 1967. Cinematographer since 1977. Won about 60 international awards in photography since 1970. More than 100 international salon acceptances in about 25 countries since 1974. Won 7 (seven) Bangladesh National awards in cinematography. Executive Editor: Md. Habib Ullah Tuhin, Born in 1969. He is son of Vasha Shoinik Late Md Nurullah. Work as vice president of Theatre Art Nattya Dal. Work as member of Bangladesh Red Crescent Society, Lion Club and Nazrul Parishad. Journalist and Activist. Adviser: Brig Gen Rakib, BP (Retd): Born in Gaibandha, Bangladesh. Served in the Bangladesh Army as UN Observer and in SSF. Awarded Bir Protik in 1983. Studied in Management in the U.S.A., on Disaster Management at the US State Dep., obtained Diploma from Louisiana State University. He is a security analyst in the contemporary world scenario. Adviser: Ratan Barua: Born in 1954, Chittagong, Bangladesh.Lives in New York USA, He is working as secretary general of South Asia Human Rights Watch. Adviser: Dr. Ali Riaz: Professor and Chair of the Department of Politics and Government at Illinois State University, USA. Prior to joining Illinois State University he has taught at Claflin University in South Carolina, and the University of Lincoln in England. He was an Assistant Professor at the University of Dhaka in Bangladesh between 1993 and 1995, and a Lecturer between 1984 and 1987. He has worked for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) World Service for five years from 1995 to 2000, as Producer and Senior Broadcast Journalist. Adviser: Haroon Habib: A Freedom Fighter of Bangladesh’s Liberation War; human rights activist, short story writer, novelist and journalist Adviser: Abu Sayeed Khan: Born in 1952, Lives in Dhaka. Work as Managing Editor at Daily Samakal Adviser : Harold Rashid: An artist. Harold Rashid’s mastery of the guitar has been one of the biggest and longest kept secrets in Bangladesh’s music scene. He employs an approach developed and honed by decades of appreciating music of all styles, with a special fondness for music from the sixties and the seventies. Though deeply rooted in the blues, he cites Indian classical and traditional Bangla folk music to be one of his deepest influences. This specially shows through his genuinely unique approach to his instrument. A firm believer and practitioner in the sadly diminishing art of improvisation and free jam, the concept of “feel” forms an integral part of his music. Senior Editor: Omer Selim Sher: Born in 1950. Professor at Algonquin College Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Worked at Immigration and Refugee Board, Montreal Canada . Worked at UNDP and UNCHS, Dhaka Bangladesh. He holds a BA (Honours) and an MA in Economics with minors in Math and Statistics from the University of Dhaka, in Bangladesh. He received the Harris Memorial Scholarship and another MA (1982) in Economics from Lakehead University, ThunderBay , Ontario Canada. He has been teaching for 33 years, including posts as at Lecturer Concordia University, Montreal, Canada and Assistant Professor the College of the Bahamas (COB), Bahamas. At the COB, he received the Outstanding Service Award in Teaching and Research, and the Unsung Hero Award from the Union of Tertiary Educators of Bahamas. In 1997, he and his students pioneered the first election polling in Bahamas, which continues to earn him media mentions to date. Omer has worked as an economist and analyst at both Environment and Health Canada. He has published two textbooks, and a number of papers in the Business Journal. He was the member of Editorial Board of the Bahamas Business journal, 1992 and Co-editor in 1997-1998. He was the active participant in the liberation war and was a member of BLF. Senior Editor: Min Haz: Born at 1961 in Bangladesh lives in New York. Work at NYC Dept of Education. Completed his study from University of Dhaka in 1982. Co-founder of US charity The Optimists Inc. and The Optimists Bangladesh, a registered NGO in Bangladesh. Journalist and Column Writer. Senior Editor: Hasan Mahmud: Canadian of Bangladesh origin. Member, Advisory Board of World Muslim Congress; General Secretary of Muslims Facing Tomorrow, Research Associate of Deen Research Centre, Holland and Canada-representative of Free Muslims Coalition. Speaker on Human Rights in Islam in numerous conferences and media in Asia, Europe, USA and Canada. Dramatist, actor, poet, reciter, Master of ceremony,musician and harmoniumist in Indian classical events. Author of the books “বাংলার কথা কই” (বাংলার গল্পবদ্ধ ইতিহাস), “শারিয়া কি বলে আমরা কি করি” and 3 Docu-Movies on Sharia Law- Hilla (Shown in int’l film festival in California, Subtitled in English, Malay and Turkish), Divine Stone (Subtitled in English and Arabic) and the Sharia Conundrum (in English) Joint Editor: Shahana Mojumder: Born in Dhaka. Journalist and Activist.

Hope to see all of you there... ❤⚘🎊
10/12/2019

Hope to see all of you there... ❤⚘🎊

Dear all,
A Charitable fund rising exhibition on paintings by Artist & rights activist Shahana Mojumder and 17 other street children is organized by Gallery Karikor at CCCL, Gulshan. Exhibition will start on 12 Oct'19 @ 7:00pm and will continue till 14 Oct'19 @ 10.30pm. You all are requested to join with your family.
Thank you for your support....
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KARIKOR is going to start a day’s drawing & paintings workshop for beginners. Enroll yourself now......• Subject: Drawin...
03/21/2017

KARIKOR is going to start a day’s drawing & paintings workshop for beginners.
Enroll yourself now......
• Subject: Drawing & paintings
• Course duration: 5 days. 4 days practical class & 1 day theory class.
• Class hour duration: Every class will be 4 hours
• Age limit: 18+
• Seat limit: 10 people in every session.
• Amount: 10,000 TK in BD
• Payment type: full in advance
• Materials: You have to bring your own materials.
• Material list -
1. Drawing paper/canvas(any size, any color)
2. Charcoal, pencils 2b/4b/6b, anti cutter and erasers
3. Water color, acrylic color, oil color, poster color.(you can buy all the materials from new market or any stationary from your nearby)
• Food & beverage: coffee & light snacks will provide by KARIKOR
• Class description:
1. Drawing:
Anyone can draw… this means you! In this fun, step-by-step class, aimed at total beginners, we’ll work our way through a number of exercises designed to train your eye, hand and imagination to work together as a unit, or a team. You will learn to how to draw objects based on simple shapes, and how to add shading and textures to make your drawings look real and three-dimensional with pencil, pen & charcoal. Drawing for Beginners is a good beginning-level class for people who have not drawn before.
You’ll have fun, learn a lot, and get off to a good start
2. Painting:
You will learn how to paint with poster color, water color, acrylic color & oil color. You will learn how to paint your dream.
3. Theory:
Aesthetics & basic grammar for appreciation.
Contact:
Email: [email protected]
Cell: +8801973475271

KARIKOR is going to start a day’s drawing & paintings workshop for beginners.
Enroll yourself now......

• Subject: Drawing & paintings
• Course duration: 5 days. 4 days practical class & 1 day theory class.
• Class hour duration: Every class will be 4 hours
• Age limit: 18+
• Seat limit: 10 people in every session.
• Amount: 10,000 TK in BD
• Payment type: full in advance
• Materials: You have to bring your own materials.
• Material list -
1. Drawing paper/canvas(any size, any color)
2. Charcoal, pencils 2b/4b/6b, anti cutter and erasers
3. Water color, acrylic color, oil color, poster color.(you can buy all the materials from new market or any stationary from your nearby)

• Food & beverage: coffee & light snacks will provide by KARIKOR
• Class description:

1. Drawing:
Anyone can draw… this means you! In this fun, step-by-step class, aimed at total beginners, we’ll work our way through a number of exercises designed to train your eye, hand and imagination to work together as a unit, or a team. You will learn to how to draw objects based on simple shapes, and how to add shading and textures to make your drawings look real and three-dimensional with pencil, pen & charcoal. Drawing for Beginners is a good beginning-level class for people who have not drawn before.
You’ll have fun, learn a lot, and get off to a good start
2. Painting:
You will learn how to paint with poster color, water color, acrylic color & oil color. You will learn how to paint your dream.
3. Theory:
Aesthetics & basic grammar for appreciation.

Contact:
Email: [email protected]
Cell: +8801973475271

প্রধানমন্ত্রীকে ‘হুমকি-কন্যা’ বললেন রিজভী – Voice Bangladesh
02/07/2016
প্রধানমন্ত্রীকে ‘হুমকি-কন্যা’ বললেন রিজভী – Voice Bangladesh

প্রধানমন্ত্রীকে ‘হুমকি-কন্যা’ বললেন রিজভী – Voice Bangladesh

জাতীয় প্রধানমন্ত্রীকে ‘হুমকি-কন্যা’ বললেন রিজভী February 7, 2016February 7, 2016 Shawon 0 Comment বিএনপির যুগ্ম মহাসচিব রুহুল কবির রিজভী অভিযোগ করেছেন, প্রধানমন্ত্রী শেখ হাসিনা মানুষের প্রতিবাদ কোনোভাবে সহ্য করতে পারেন না। প্রধানমন্ত্রীর প্রতিনিয়ত হুমকিতে জাতি আজ আক্রান্ত। প্রধানমন্ত্রী এখন ‘হুমকি-…

Justice Pending for Bangladeshi Accused of War Crimes — Voice Bangladesh
08/07/2014
Justice Pending for Bangladeshi Accused of War Crimes — Voice Bangladesh

Justice Pending for Bangladeshi Accused of War Crimes — Voice Bangladesh

By Mohammad A. Arafat Accused of horrific crimes during Bangladesh’s fight for independence, Motiur Rahman Nizami is about to face justice. An alleged perpetrator of history’s forgotten genocide in Bangladesh is finally about to face justice for his part in the slaughter of some 3 million civilians.…

Contemporary Dalit Politics and Ambedkar’s Goal of Caste Annihilation — Voice Bangladesh
03/02/2014
Contemporary Dalit Politics and Ambedkar’s Goal of Caste Annihilation — Voice Bangladesh

Contemporary Dalit Politics and Ambedkar’s Goal of Caste Annihilation — Voice Bangladesh

By Ram Puniyani On 28th Feb (2014) Ramvilas Paswan of Loktantantrik Jan Party joined the NDA alliance. Same Paswan had left the NDA twelve years ago with the beginning of Gujarat carnage, saying that with the violence in Gujarat he cannot be part of NDA. This time his son formulated the face saver...

Why is Bollywood so insensitive? — Voice Bangladesh
03/02/2014
Why is Bollywood so insensitive? — Voice Bangladesh

Why is Bollywood so insensitive? — Voice Bangladesh

By Subir Bhaumik Bollywood has big budgets, latest technology and an appeal across the world that would make any competitor envious. What it lacks is imagination and so often it fails to get its history right. The faux pas over ‘Gunday’ brings this into sharp focus. How could its makers get 1971 so…

গনজাগরন মঞ্চের একবছর পূর্তিতে একজন সামাজিক যোদ্ধার উপলদ্ধি | Sting Newz
02/06/2014
গনজাগরন মঞ্চের একবছর পূর্তিতে একজন সামাজিক যোদ্ধার উপলদ্ধি | Sting Newz

গনজাগরন মঞ্চের একবছর পূর্তিতে একজন সামাজিক যোদ্ধার উপলদ্ধি | Sting Newz

“জয় বাংলার” পর “জয় বঙ্গবন্ধু” বলাতেই আমি বেশি স্বাচ্ছন্দ্য বোধ করি । তরুণরা আসছে আলোর পথে । তাদের চেতনা জাগ্রত হচ্ছে । তারা সবাই হয়ে উঠেছে নতুন শক্তি , নতুন চেতনা বোধে উদ্বুদ্ধ । তাদের হাতেই গড়ে উঠবে নতুন বাংলাদেশ । স্বপ্ন নয় , এটিই এখন বাস্তবতা । দেশের তরুণ প্রজন্ম মুক্তিযুদ্ধকে ধারণ করে । তারা দেশ...

WEEKEND Photo-Video Classes ! :)
02/03/2014

WEEKEND Photo-Video Classes ! :)

ANWARIMAGE.COM .... New SITE ! :)
02/03/2014

ANWARIMAGE.COM .... New SITE ! :)

AnwarPix MasterClass by INTERNET+SKYPE ! :)
02/03/2014

AnwarPix MasterClass by INTERNET+SKYPE ! :)

" Bangladesh 1971" book Project !
02/03/2014

" Bangladesh 1971" book Project !

AnwarPix MasterClassLEARN PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOGRAPHY through WEEK-END OUTDOOR-OUTINGSGUIDED by a MASTER  from 21 February...
01/25/2014

AnwarPix MasterClass
LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOGRAPHY through WEEK-END OUTDOOR-OUTINGS
GUIDED by a MASTER from 21 February upto POHELA BOISHAKH . Enquiries : [email protected]
Dohar, Tangail, Shariatpur, Thakurgaon, Jessore & Chittagong villages in Different Week-ends ! One Overnight Stay + One DAWN to DUSK Photo-Video Outing in Rural Bengal !
Exhibitions on 26 March & Pohela Boishakh ... Certificate Signed by ANWAR HOSSAIN
Fees : Tk. 15,000 + travel expenses. SEATS LIMITED./ Individual [email protected] Tk. 5,000 only.
Minimum Qualification : HSC+ DSLR or Compact with video capabilities.
Last Date of e-mail application : 07 Feb. 2014 / Interviews : 14+ 15 Feb. at Banani, Dhaka.

French-Bengal joint Venture marks Centenary of Indian Cinema — Voice Bangladesh
10/16/2013
French-Bengal joint Venture marks Centenary of Indian Cinema — Voice Bangladesh

French-Bengal joint Venture marks Centenary of Indian Cinema — Voice Bangladesh

By Ayanangsha Maitra • Kolkata India In Eastern India, especially in West Bengal, foreign collaboration is not a fresh idea for celebrating festival. Kolkata and entire Bengal worships the Goddess with eagerness, spending hefty amount. Last year, with resources of Max Mueller Bhavan, a South Kol...

It is time to think about Jamaat-Shibir — Voice Bangladesh
09/30/2013
It is time to think about Jamaat-Shibir — Voice Bangladesh

It is time to think about Jamaat-Shibir — Voice Bangladesh

By Abdul Mannan An Egyptian court in a bold and timely move banned Muslim Brotherhood last Monday. It was the mother organisation of Jamaat-e-Islam (Pakistan, India and Bangladesh) and its student wing Islami Chhatra Shibir (in Bangladesh) and many other similar organisations around the world that...

What Ails National Integration Council? — Voice Bangladesh
09/30/2013
What Ails National Integration Council? — Voice Bangladesh

What Ails National Integration Council? — Voice Bangladesh

By Ram Puniyani The meeting of National Integration Council (NIC) on 23rd September (2013) was a damp squib. Held in the aftermath of Muzaffarnagar violence and in the times when the next Parliamentary elections are on the horizon, one expected some concrete proposals and actions which Government co...

Blasphemy Law proposed by Mullahs are unislamic — Voice Bangladesh
06/16/2013
Blasphemy Law proposed by Mullahs are unislamic — Voice Bangladesh

Blasphemy Law proposed by Mullahs are unislamic — Voice Bangladesh

By Omer Selim Sher The blasphemy law was first constituted in medieval Britain. From the 16th century to the mid-19th century, blasphemy against the Church of England was held as an offense against common law. Blasphemy was also used as a legal instrument to persecute atheists, Unitarians, and...

Anwar Hossain’s ” TUTAIL 1971-2012 ”  — Voice Bangladesh
03/24/2013
Anwar Hossain’s ” TUTAIL 1971-2012 ” — Voice Bangladesh

Anwar Hossain’s ” TUTAIL 1971-2012 ” — Voice Bangladesh

Image-Exhibitions on Bangladesh 1971 ” TUTAIL 1971-2012 ” Will be Inaugurated at 4 pm on the 27th March Wednesday at ULAB- Faculty B/MSJ Dhanmondi. Mr Anwar Hossain will also project a Diaporama on TUTAIL & Morshedul Islam will screen his pioneer Film “Agami”. Artiste Mustafa Monwar has kindly cons...

Timeline Photos
02/19/2013

Timeline Photos

Voice Bangladesh - Issue January 2013Cover Stories -Page By Trisha Ahmed and Avijit Roy The Enigma of Rape http://site.v...
01/25/2013
The Enigma of Rape

Voice Bangladesh - Issue January 2013


Cover Stories -Page
By Trisha Ahmed and Avijit Roy The Enigma of Rape http://site.voiceofbangladesh.us/voice/287

Inside- Page
By Aly Zaker Tolstoy’s Hat http://site.voiceofbangladesh.us/voice/292
By Ram Puniyani India’s Rape Culture: Urban versus Rural http://site.voiceofbangladesh.us/voice/346


Editorial Desk -Page
By Mohammad Iqbal Hossain Dialogue and Dilemma, 2013 http://site.voiceofbangladesh.us/voice/371

Opinion- Page
By Harold Rasheed What a long strange trip it’s been http://site.voiceofbangladesh.us/voice/311

Global -Page
By Shib Shankar Chatterjee Sorrow & Plight of Nobody’s People In a No-Man’s Land http://site.voiceofbangladesh.us/voice/319
By Ram Puniyani Preventing Crimes against women: are Stringent Laws the only Solution? http://site.voiceofbangladesh.us/voice/229

Corporate World- Page
By G. K. GHOSH Date Palm Development for INDO – BANGLA Relationship http://site.voiceofbangladesh.us/voice/276


Photo of The Month- Page
By Shib Shankar Chatterjee Rohingiya Refugee http://site.voiceofbangladesh.us/voice/388


Local -Page
By Voice Bangladesh Desk: Special tribunal set for Bangladesh cyber crimes trial http://site.voiceofbangladesh.us/voice/378



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By Trisha Ahmed and Avijit Roy The gruesome gang rape and subsequent death of a 23-year-old physiotherapy female student in Delhi has sparked an outpouring of national grief and outrage in India and beyond. According to the case report published in various newspapers, six men, including the bus dri...

The Enigma of Rape
01/17/2013
The Enigma of Rape

The Enigma of Rape

By Trisha Ahmed and Avijit Roy The gruesome gang rape and subsequent death of a 23-year-old physiotherapy female student in Delhi has sparked an outpouring of national grief and outrage in India and beyond. According to the case report published in various newspapers, six men, including the bus dri...

Tolstoy’s Hat
01/17/2013
Tolstoy’s Hat

Tolstoy’s Hat

By Aly Zaker “How much land does a man require” questioned Leo Tolstoy. And that became the name of a book of his. He is long gone and, perhaps, not read by many of today’s Bangladeshis. Well, that is inconsequential. What, however, is important is the fact that we do not even know how much land doe...

What a long strange trip it’s been
01/17/2013
What a long strange trip it’s been

What a long strange trip it’s been

By Harold Rasheed The title is a quote from a song, ‘ Trucking ’ by the Grateful Dead written by Jerry Garcia and I think it pertinent to this piece. My mother died giving birth to me in 1956. I heard she had aspirations for me to be educated in England. I was told by my father that I was booke...

India’s Rape Culture: Urban versus Rural
01/17/2013
India’s Rape Culture: Urban versus Rural

India’s Rape Culture: Urban versus Rural

By Ram Puniyani While the horrific rape of Damini, Nirbhaya (December16, 2012) has shaken the whole nation, and the country is gripped with the fear of this phenomenon, many an ideologues and political leaders are not only making their ideologies clear, some of them are regularly putting their foo...

Sorrow & Plight of Nobody’s People In a No-Man’s Land
01/17/2013
Sorrow & Plight of Nobody’s People In a No-Man’s Land

Sorrow & Plight of Nobody’s People In a No-Man’s Land

By Shib Shankar Chatterjee The Rohingyas are Muslims from Rakhine (previously say – Arakan) State of Myanmar. They are of Bengali origin, who migrated to the Arakans after the British occupation of Myanmar. But, the Rohingyas trace their origin to those Bengalis, who accompanied King Naraimeikhla o...

DATE PALM DEVELOPMENT FOR INDO – BANGLA RELATIONSHIP
01/16/2013
DATE PALM DEVELOPMENT FOR INDO – BANGLA RELATIONSHIP

DATE PALM DEVELOPMENT FOR INDO – BANGLA RELATIONSHIP

By G. K. GHOSH India earned its independence in the year 1947 with unfortunate incidence of partition of the country, a direct impact of divide and rule policy of the British Raj. In other words one country achieved its independence as two countries with lot of ill feeling and sorrow. Within few yea...

Voice  Bangladesh's cover photo
01/15/2013

Voice Bangladesh's cover photo

December 16, 2012
01/15/2013

December 16, 2012

Myanmar forces ‘attack’ rebel outposts
01/07/2013
Myanmar forces ‘attack’ rebel outposts

Myanmar forces ‘attack’ rebel outposts

By Aljazeera Kachin rebels accuse the government of artillery attacks on the town of Laiza, where they are headquartered. Ethnic Kachin rebels in Myanmar have accused government troops of launching two artillery attacks against the city that serves as their headquarters. No casualties or significant damage were reported as a result of the alleged strikes on Sunday. Army forces based at a nearby outpost fired at least seven 105mm shells at the northern city of Laiza, four rounds in the morning and three more before dusk, rebel spokesman La Nan told The Associated Press. A senior government official, speaking on condition of anonymity, denied the claim. Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay, reporting from Bangkok in neighbouring Thailand, said a representative from the Kachin Independent Army (KIA) told him that two jets had fired on the area. "He said that those two jets had attacked a KIA outpost about 10km from the town of Laiza, which is where the KIA is [...]

Illegal Occupation of Iraq: US-UK Crimes against Humanity
01/07/2013
Illegal Occupation of Iraq: US-UK Crimes against Humanity

Illegal Occupation of Iraq: US-UK Crimes against Humanity

By Felicity Arbuthnot; Courtesy: Global Research Open Letter to Foreign Secretary William Hague, M.P. The Foreign Secretary, The Rt. Hon., William Hague, M.P., And: To Whom it May Concern, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London SW1. Greetings, In the light of the fact that it transpires that twenty seven Foreign Office lawyers concluded unanimously that the invasion of Iraq was illegalI write to draw your attention to just a few of the the chilling events currently taking place in Iraq under the US-UK’s despotic, imposed, puppet Prime Minister. Firstly, here is a list of prisons, detention facilities, interrogation centres and numbers of those held in each, as far as can be ascertained in the circumstances. As you will surely know people are routinely arbitrarily detained for weeks, months, even years, often without trial, and with one, usually under a totally inadequate or corrupt legal system. On 3rd January 2013, Nuri al-Malikicarried out the death [...]

Bangladesh:Dhaka worried at killings by Indian BSF
01/07/2013
Bangladesh:Dhaka worried at killings by Indian BSF

Bangladesh:Dhaka worried at killings by Indian BSF

By -The Daily Star: Dipu Moni says it's unpardonable Dhaka has termed the killing of Bangladeshi nationals on the border by the Indian Border Security Force “unpardonable, excessive and very unfortunate”. “Killing is in no way pardonable … it's not at all desirable,” Foreign Minister Dipu Moni told a press conference at her ministry yesterday. Expressing Bangladesh's concern over the recent killing of its citizens, the foreign minister said Dhaka had earlier got assurances from the highest level of the Indian side that the border killings would be stopped. She, however, observed it was the task of either side to take effective steps to bring the border killings down to zero. “Whether the shooting was unilateral could be ascertained by observing the place of occurrence and time.” The minister said the deputy commissioners of the bordering districts had been asked to ensure that no Bangladeshis crossed the border at night-time. Replying to a [...]

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