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The Unfinished Memoirs-Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

The Unfinished Memoirs – Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Translated by Fakrul Alam Description These memoirs are based on four notebooks by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the founder of Bangladesh and the centre of the cause célèbre of the 1970s, written while he was a state prisoner in 1967. The book records Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s opinions about political […]

Justice Dawns

This past week has been one of celebration. The news media have provided rigorous coverage. The people have expressed their gratitude through milad mehfils and other occasions of thanksgiving. Most surprisingly and significantly, our political parties have, for once, agreed on something. No one can deny that justice had to be done in the case […]

The Original Sin…

It has been more than a mere trial. On August 15, 1975, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, along with 13 members of his family, was brutally murdered by a bunch of disgruntled, degenerate members of the Army. Obstacles were created to bar the trial of the killers, not only that, Zia, Ershad and Khaleda governments gave […]

Mahatma Gandhi a Magician: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Both Mohammed Ali Jinnah and Lord Mountbatten wanted to become Governor General of Pakistan, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman wrote in his just-out memoirs in which he mentioned Mahatma Gandhi as a “magician” who had a great capability of casting an influence on people. Written during Mujib’s stay in jail as a state prisoner between 1967 […]

Bangabandhu A great lover of Mankind

WHAT IS YOUR QUALIFICATION? I love my people. What is your fault? I love them more. Do you love the Bangalees more than your life and your family? Yes; first time my people, then my family and my life.” These were some excerpts between an English journalist and Bangabandhu when he came out from Pak […]