Muktijuddho was such a time, which one could never recount in one sitting or one novel or one exhibition. It was and perhaps still is, a time of many beginnings and ends. The end of war in no sense meant the end of violence, or cruelty or desire for blood. Muktijuddho or the 1971 Bangladesh War of Liberation is no exception. The Indian Air Force in the 1971 Liberation War című könyvéről.চার মূল নীতি বাংলাদেশের ভিত্তি- গণতন্ত্র, বাঙ্গালী জাতীয়তাবাদ, সমাজতন্ত্র, এবং ধর্ম নিরপেক্ষতা- মুজিববাদ নিয়ে ১৯৭৩-৭৪ সালে যুক্তরাষ্ট্রের উইস্কন্সিন বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের কতিপয় গবেষক একটি প্রামাণ্য চিত্র নির্মাণ করেন । সমাজতন্ত্র বলতে আসলে...
more The liberation of Bangladesh is an historical event that has constructed the Bangladeshi sense of nationalism and the contemporary Constitution.
Since the liberation, the growth rate of the GDP of Bangladesh is currently higher than that of Pakistan’s and is projected that Bangladesh will continue outrunning Pakistan.
Powerful individuals and States are able to evade the law or use it to their own advantage while disregarding human rights in order to pursue political objectives.
An approach of analyzing this powerful judicial-political superstructure of the State apparatus is exemplified with the war crimes and genocide committed over East Pakistani people (present-day Bangladesh) during the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War.
more Collective and institutional commissions of crimes diminish the self-recognition of culpability; individual responsibility loses its meaning once it is applied to a group or a community that shares a common membership and is associated through the perpetration of a crime.
This can often be applied to mass atrocities such as genocide.Yet behind the desolate houses, the demolished bridges, the armored tanks, the huddled tents sheltering war weary refugees lies the story of ordinary people. These are people whose daily lives have been ravaged by the winds of war, and at the same time for whom war remained the only means through which to regain their dignity and fulfil their dreams. Jagan Mohan–Samir Chopra's: Eagles over Bangladesh. The liberation of Bangladesh is an historical event that has constructed the Bangladeshi sense of nationalism and the contemporary Constitution.Since the liberation, the growth rate of the GDP of Bangladesh is currently higher than that...This course was offered in English, during the Summer-Semester 2016, within the Module "Poetics/Aesthetics/Literary Theory (Poetik/Ästhetik/Literaturtheorie)", which is a part of the teaching- and research-programme leading towards a B. more This course was offered in English, during the Summer-Semester 2016, within the Module "Poetics/Aesthetics/Literary Theory (Poetik/Ästhetik/Literaturtheorie)", which is a part of the teaching- and research-programme leading towards a B. in Comparative Literature (Allgemeine und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft) at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.This course will seek to locate South Asian detective fiction in a locus of literary-cultural engagement with the historical singularities of the second half of the twentieth century through the selected exemplars.This I will do by focusing on the controversial Taslima Nasrin’s novel Lajja and which focuses on a certain time of political and religious crisis in the history of Bangladesh where she explores the unsettled disputes of minority and women’s suppression in religion in respect to state politics.Abstract for a paper that was supposed to be delivered at the 25th European Conference on South Asian Studies (ECSAS), 24th-27th July, 2018, Paris, FRANCE.Short paper abstract: One of South Asia's lesser-known (despite his phenomenal success in Bangladesh) fictional detectives, Misir Ali, is also a figure drawn to the supernatural and paranormal.This paper will seek to engage with his commitment to Reason, while exploring the links between Nature and fantasy in his cases.