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Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
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Mr. Pakbir is a political and current affairs analyst of Daily Observer. He excels is political and democracy research. He is the founder and Chief Editor of Mohammadi News Agency (MNA) and Editor of Kishore Bangla, a well-known magazine for the teenagers and children of Bangladesh. Alongside he is acclaimed for his social works in improving the lives of underprivileged children and Vice-Chairman of Democracy Research Center (DRC).
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Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Aritri's demise and prospective crossroads for our education systemA school going girl has took her own life on Dec 3. She hailed from a well off family and a renowned school of the country. She was a student of class 9 of Viquarunnisa Noon School and College. Her name was Aritri. She was caught during copying in the exam using her mobile phone ...
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Flouting people in electoral events to hurt democracyHolding an election is not only about the Election Day. Rather it is a set of works conducted through a period of time involving several stakeholders like the political parties, their leaders and nominated candidates, the government, the election commission, the media, the law enforcers, the administrators, the election observers and most importantly the people. ...
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Electoral integrity & key roles of media and election observersWe have often talked about the roles of people, leaders, government, political parties or election commission in elections, especially in a democracy. But the media and the election observers have to also play key roles in such events. With the 11th national election of Bangladesh in a month, different stakeholders have already started playing their ...
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Clashes, violations and doubts mark election milieuHopefully Dec 30 is going to be another landmark in the political history of Bangladesh as the 11th national election is scheduled to be held on that day. Heavy movements and showdowns centering this important political event are going on. Awami League has started its nomination process immediately after election schedule declaration. Jatiyo Oikya Front ...
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Implication encircling the people & the leadersAfter declaration of election schedule on Nov 8, the 11th parliamentary elections on Dec 23 have become a reality in front of the Bangladeshi people. With several twists in the form of huge demands and dialogues, Jatiyo Oikyofront has also confirmed to participate in the much anticipated elections though they have urged to delay the ...
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Imprecise & wide agenda diminishes political efficacy of dialoguesOne word hovering around all the Bangladeshi citizens in recent days is 'Dialogue'. In light of the current context of the national politics as well as the propinquity of the next national election, it was the demand of every stakeholder. This dialogue was supposed to break the ice among the political parties. It was also ...
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Jatiyo Oikyofront: Directionless, rugged & sluggish movementBangladesh has enthralled the world with its uprising as during the last few years we are being considered as a role model of development. It is mostly due to several large projects and bold steps of the current government which have fastened our upward growth in almost all development indices. The whole world has acclaimed ...
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Election manifesto & political parties' accountability to the citizensAll the political parties of Bangladesh are much energized now-a-days eyeing on the 11th National election scheduled to be held within less than three months. Everywhere we are experiencing the hype of the upcoming election. Local markets, tea stalls and any other public gathering places are filled with political discussions especially the issue of a ...
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Political vow needed to fight environmental insecurityBangladesh being a developing country is going through different challenges especially with its huge population and limited resources. But similarly as the whole world, environmental insecurity is becoming one of the major threats for our country. Though we cannot control some of it, there are many human misdeeds that are driving faster environmental degradations in ...
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Environment deserves grave priority from the policymakersBangladesh, a developing country of the world, has changed its landscape with large flyovers, high-rise buildings, millions of motor vehicles and many things else. This development was very fast during the last decade. Bangladesh has placed itself as a role model of development and was acclaimed by the world community for its efforts. The citizens ...
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