Happy birthday, Architect of Digital Bangladesh
Joy! It would not be wrong to say that this word is not just a word for the Bengali nation but a part of the existence of this nation. The answer to why the word Joy is so special to the Bengali nation is as follows the history of the origin of Bangladesh. ‘Joy Bangla’, which translates as ‘victory to Bengal’ or ‘hail Bengal’. In 1971, the entire Bengali liberation was awakened by this slogan. Our victory comes after the exchange of blood of three million martyrs and the sacrifices of countless victims of the freedom struggle. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the father of our nation, led this struggle. It was under his leadership that the indomitable Bengali snatched victory and freedom. Bengali wins, humanity wins.
Reimagining diplomacy in the post-COVID world: An Indian perspective
We enter 2021, hoping to put the COVID-19 pandemic behind us. While each society has dealt with it uniquely, global diplomacy will nevertheless focus on common concerns and shared lessons. Much of that revolves around the nature of globalization.
Monday, 22 February 2021, 19:17
Recognition in sight for Covid-19 front-line warriors
Sir Frank Peters: Celebrated broadcaster, historian, and Freedom Fighter Muhammad Musa is advocating that all doctors, nurses and medical assistants on the front-line in the war against Coronavirus Covid-19 are conferred with the honour “Hero of Humanitarian Services”.
Friday, 4 December 2020, 17:08
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