We bring out a special issue today dedicated to the man who led us to freedom and made possible the birth of our country – Bangladesh – and whose birth centenary we start observing from today.
Prio Deshbashi, my colleagues in the Government of Bangladesh, before my return had declared March 17 as a public holiday on account of my birthday. At that time as you may remember I was a captive...
[Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s confiscated letter written on 19.08.1966 from Dhaka Central Jail to Tajuddin Ahmed who was imprisoned in Mymensingh District Jail.]
When I went out in the morning, I noticed that those who had been interned in old cell number 20 were looking at me through an opening in the door. Little by little, I went towards them. I asked...
In 1938 a significant event of my life occurred. Mr [Fazlul] Huq was then the prime minister of Bengal and Mr Suhrawardy the
The Hindus and Muslims were somewhat wary of each other. There were a few Hindu villages surrounding Gopalganj town.
[This confiscated letter was written by Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in Dhaka Central Jail from Karkun Bari Lane, Dhaka on 30-04-1951]
This letter was written by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to Tofazzal Hossain Manik Miah in his Dhaka address on 06.04.1952 from Tungipara, Faridpur. The letter was confiscated by police...
In school I was crazy about sports. However, my father tried to discourage me from playing since my heart wasn’t strong.
[Bangabandhu’s confiscated letter written to his father, Sheikh Lutfar Rahman, in Tungipara, Faridpur address