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Letter from America: Thoughts on Bangladesh – 12

Does history repeat itself? If we are to ask this question, the overwhelming response we’ll get is that it does. However, it may not be always true. Take for example the case of Bangladesh that had its national election four months ago in which the Awami League (AL) alliance, which has been running the country in the preceding five years, easily won without the participation from the major BNP-Jama’at alliance.

Letter from America: Thoughts on Bangladesh – 12
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BIWN demands to stop alarming violence against indigenous women and girls and punishment of perpetrators

Leaders of Bangladesh Indigenous Women’s Network (BIWN) voiced to prevent alarming violence against indigenous women and girls and also demanded for ensuring punishment of perpetrators to ensure access to justice of indigenous women.

BIWN demands to stop alarming violence against indigenous women and girls and punishment of perpetrators
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New Year, Tony Greig and Geneva

Sri Lankans are celebrating the Sinhala and Tamil New Year with the National Cricket Team. I can remember how Arjuna Ranatunga guided Sri Lanka for the historical world cup victory on 17th March 1996. This year too a similar incident has occurred on 6th April 2014, under the captaincy of Lasith Malinga. It was a fitting farewell for Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayewardena. Meanwhile, the team sprit with sacrifices done by Dinesh Chandmial cannot be underestimated.

New Year, Tony Greig and Geneva
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New Year brings a new opportunity for all Sri Lankans to join together in the spirit of tolerance, reconciliation, and peace – Secretary John Kerry

United States Secretary of State John Kerry issuing Sinhala and Tamil New Year’s message said that this New Year brings a new opportunity for all Sri Lankans to join together in the spirit of tolerance, reconciliation, and peace.

New Year brings a new opportunity for all Sri Lankans to join together in the spirit of tolerance, reconciliation, and peace – Secretary John Kerry
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