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  • Bangladesh: It’s now a gag on the media, free speech0

    The Daily Star  May 07, 2020 Say legal experts, rights activists Ashutosh Sarkar Legal experts and rights activists have expressed grave concern over continuous filing of cases and subsequent arrests of journalists under the Digital Security Act, saying that the law was formulated and now being enforced to “gag the media and freedom of expression”.

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  • Bangladeshi teenager shot dead by BSF0

    The Daily Star April 20, 2020 Bangladeshi teenager shot dead by BSF Our Correspondent, Thakurgaon A Bangladeshi SSC examinee was shot dead allegedly by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) in Panchagarh Sadar yesterday. The victim Shimon Roy, 16, son of Paresh Chandra Roy, a resident of Chaklahat union in the upazila, was a student of

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  • Protect human rights during the pandemic0

    The Daily Star April 05, 2020 A gathering of Rohingya refugees in August last year to mark the second anniversary of the 2017 shows just how crowded the camps are. Photo: Reuters/Rafiqur RahmanSultan Mohammed Zakaria In a situation where the covid-19 virus has overwhelmed some of the world’s best resourced healthcare systems, Bangladesh—like other developing

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  • Bangladesh: Coronavirus: what ministers, leaders said0

    The Daily Star March 21, 2020 Coronavirus: what ministers, leaders said

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  • Oh, these misunderstanding Bangladeshis!0

    The Daily Star March 11, 2020 ‘India’s condescension is not an insult, it is an incentive to Bangladesh, a message that it must develop greater maturity and self-confidence in order to be taken seriously.’ Gobardhan Dingbat Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla’s visit to Bangladesh was a breath of fresh air. We should all be

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  • The concept of sovereignty and internal affairs of state0

    • Blog
    • February 29, 2020

    The Daily Star March 01, 2020  by Tariq Karim Police officers stand guard in an alley in a riot-affected area following clashes, New Delhi, February 28, 2020. PHOTO: REUTERS Tariq Karim When political events in the domestic sphere of a state transcend the internal space of that state, through a process of empathetic osmosis, and impacts

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  • TRAGIC DEATHS IN DELHI; Massive failure of the police and administration0

    • Blog
    • February 26, 2020

    The Daily Star February 27, 2020 We are deeply saddened by the deaths of at least 27 people in violence that has erupted in Delhi over the last three days over India’s Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The Act allows all non-Muslim migrants from Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Pakistan to be eligible for Indian citizenship, hence it

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