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  • Govt retreated from stance, zealots didn’t: Menon

    Rashed Khan Menon, an important figure in Bangladesh’s political history who was at the frontlines during the mass upsurge in 1969 and the Liberation War in 1971 and currently the president of the Workers Party of Bangladesh, recently talked with The Daily Star about the present political situation in the country.
  • President of the Poor

    He is the “president of the people”, more precisely the “president of the poor people”.
  • Border Killings by BSFL: India claims they open fire in self-defence

    Multiple agreements and memorandums of understanding (MoUs) were signed during a virtual summit between Bangladesh and India on December 17. Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen, who was busy with the developments, was in cheerful mood. The Daily Star made a phone call to have a discussion with the minister.
  • Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen

    Border killings by BSF: India claims they open fire in self-defence, says foreign minister

    A virtual summit between Bangladesh and India was held on December 17 when multiple agreements and memorandum of understanding (MoU) were signed. Bangladesh’s Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen, who had been busy with the developments, was in a cheerful mood that day. The Daily Star (DS) grabbed the opportunity and made a phone call to have a discussion with the minister.
  • ‘Begum Para’ In Canada: Mostly govt officials bought houses

    The “Begum Para” of Toronto in Canada has come up during numerous political discussions in Bangladesh. Many Bangladeshis have bought luxurious residences in Begum Para, spending millions laundered from Bangladesh.
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