Powerizing Disguise In Arab Spring, Part 2

Hamid Rayhan For All Poets of Magic Lanthon Saptahik Kobitar Adda, Dhaka The recent Arab uprisings, better known as the ...
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Powerizing Disguise In Arab Spring : A Contemporary Fallacy, Part 1

Hamid Rayhan For Jashim Mahamud, Poet The current global crisis has acquired a powerizing dimension. Never before have so many ...
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March 1971: The emergence of a sovereign Bangladesh

Rehman Sobhan Bangabandhu’s response to the decision by Yahya to postpone the Assembly session was to call for a throughout ...
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Rebirth of People

Rehman Sobhan  For the first time since the Battle of Plassey, Bengal is free. This is not freedom in the ...
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Intellectual Power: Fallen Contemporary, Part 8

Hamid Rayhan For Muzibul Haque Kabir, Poet & Literary Critic Subalterns never speak up, only time breeds their voice.  Sovereign, ...
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Intellectual Power: Hegemonic Discourse, Part 7

Hamid Rayhan For Promit Hossein, Fiction writer, Successful Translator & Journalist The bureaucratic and corporatist discourses are not difficult to ...
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Rehman Sobhan: A Journey To Bangladesh

Sohrab Hassan Have we been able to see the disparity of Bangladesh, noted economist Rehman Sobhan dreams in his book? ...
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A Small Walk Towards the Poetry of Shahid Quaderi

Hamid Rayhan Shahid Quaderi, who died on 28 August 2016 in the USA, was born on 14 August 1942, Dhaka ...
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Rabiul Hasan’s Poetry: An Inward Journey

Hamid Rayhan This prose describes Rabiul Hasan’s poetry, one of the eminent poets of the contemporary epoch in English literature. The ...
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