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Ganguly’s pseudo-analysis of Bangladesh

After reading Sumit Ganguly’s article - Bangladesh’s Accommodation of Extremism Spells Danger for Region (YaleGlobal Online) - I could not believe that I was reading an analysis from someone who holds the Rabindranath Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations at Indiana University, Bloomington, and is a senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia. I feel sorry to state that it is a terrible piece.

Ganguly’s pseudo-analysis of Bangladesh
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Lalin’s Column: The day the Bradby tradition nearly died and two schools wept

Pallekelle on 14 May 2016 even with leaden skies and tiny rain drops falling, was lovely as ever. The main road from Kandy was lined with parked vehicles for some fair distance from the turn off to the grounds. Owner drivers who came late had no other option. ’Parking’ signs were held up at every nook and cranny by enterprising lads on the narrow village road leading to the grounds.

Lalin’s Column:  The day the Bradby tradition nearly died and two schools wept
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Donald Trump’s Unstoppable March towards the White House

Having clinched the Republican nomination for the forthcoming presidential election in November, Donald Trump has set his sight firmly on the ultimate political trophy – the White House. With an enviable form of self-belief, Mr Trump is already acting, talking and of course, behaving like the president of the most powerful nation on the planet, much to the delight of his adoring fans across the United States.

Donald Trump’s Unstoppable March towards the White House
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