Sunday, 14 July, 2024, Reg No- 06
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Nizam Ahmed
Business Editor
Nizam Ahmed, whose actual name is Nizamuddin Ahmed, ([email protected]) has been engaged in journalism for last 37 years. Currently he is the Business Editor of The daily Observer, Dhaka, from its inception. Before joining The Daily Observer, he served as a Special Correspondent in The Financial Express, Bangladesh from July 16, 2011 to December 31, 2013. In his long career he worked with multimedia Reuters as a text correspondent for 24 years, including 11 years as part-timer in Chittagong, before being shifted to Dhaka Bureau in early 1999. He completed his service term in Reuters in May 2011, as a Senior Political and General Correspondent. Nizam had his debut as a cub reporter in the now defunct The People’s View in Chittagong, where he also worked in the Daily Life, before joining the Dhaka-based The New Nation as the Chittagong Correspondent in early 1982. He founded Bangladesh News Agency (BNA) in Chittagong and operated it until he joined Reuters in Dhaka. BNA is now an online news portal operated by a company which bought the copyright from Nizam. Besides he used to contribute article to different newspapers time to time.
Nizam attended post graduation course on Political Science, in the University of Chittagong, before joining the profession.



Nizam Ahmed
Are anti-govt parties regrouping for final assault?Candidates from 29 out of the 44 registered political parties filed nominations for the national election, by November 30, the last date for submission of nomination papers. The rest including The BNP and its like-minded parties boycotted the polls, saying no election under the incumbent government would be fair and acceptable. Ruling Awami League (AL) ...
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PM Hasina faces tough time ahead of electionPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina, her government and the party Awami League have now been facing the greatest challenge in her third consecutive and the fourth term in office as the 12th parliamentary election is due in the first half of January next.After successfully leading the country in its trajectory of economic and infrastructural developments mainly ...
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Repeated demands and pledges for fair polls confusing everyoneAmid the persistent threat of boycott by Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and its allies, Bangladesh Election Commission is going to announce the schedules for the upcoming 12th national election next month, to hold polls in January, 2024. BNP and its allies say in no way they will participate in the election if held under the ...
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Balanced diplomacy important in politically polarized Bangladesh No envoy of the United States in its Dhaka embassy has been so prominent in Bangladesh politics in the 52 years of the diplomatic ties between the two countries, like the present US Ambassador Peter Haas.He hit the news headlines again on September 24 last saying in an exclusive interview with a private television Channel ...
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Super powers and Bangladesh’s upcoming polls  Bangladesh is preparing for the upcoming 12th parliamentary election in early January next amid the demand for an interim caretaker government to oversee the polls.Some anti-government political parties including Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) with rallies and street marches have been threatening that no election will be allowed to be held under the incumbent government, which, ...
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West comes with new idea ahead of electionAccording to a section of political analysts, it is evident that some foreign powers are eager to have a subservient government in Bangladesh through the upcoming national election to implement their agenda of achieving global and regional political supremacy.As the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina did not budge to accept their proposals and back ...
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Despite good works, AL to face tough time in next electionLeaders, activists and supporters of ruling Awami League and its arch rival Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) are now much active and aggressive against each other. They have been showing their strength and popularity not only in the capital Dhaka but also in the other major cities, towns and urban centres occupying open spaces mainly on ...
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The bottom line of US Under Secy Zeya’s Bangladesh visitUS Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Uzra Zeya on conclusion of her Bangladesh visit on Friday July 14, revealed the bottom line of her high profile mission. In an interview with the country's leading news agency she said: "Let the people of Bangladesh decide" on the questions of a caretaker government ...
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Terrible memories of 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War Bangladesh won its 1971 liberation war against Pakistan in a shorter period of nine months only, because most of the people, accept a few, actively supported and acted for the victory, which was achieved on December 16 with the surrender of marauders at the Dhaka's Race Course, now Suhrawardy  Udyan.With the start of the liberation ...
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Ignoring speculations Biden, Modi drop Bangladesh issuesCertain policies, sanctions and actions with harsh statements against the Bangladesh's incumbent government by the United States over the last one year until the recent visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Washington, convinced many that the Biden administration would press Dhaka to heed the opposition demand and hold free, fair and credible election ...
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