Plunder, poorism and profit

This is, unquestionably, an ancient question: How much profit is enough profit? Obviously, when profit maximization is the top priority, sometimes the only objective, it may be attained regardless of the costs society has to fork over. This, of course, is no secret; and is practiced with great gusto in most countries where success is measured purely in terms of Mammon’s lust. Here’s one instance...

POLICY SHIFT BLAMED Gonojagoron Manch breaks apart

It is quite surprising to the nation to see that police were using baton on Gonojagoran Manch spokesperson Imran H Sarkar and his followers last week at the Shahbagh city centre where he led the biggest gathering of protesters for almost two months from February last year demanding ban to religious politics and death to senior Jamaat leaders facing the war crime trial.

Sixth and Ninth Amendments: Examples of how the Constitution of Bangladesh was amended for a perso

Barrister Nazir Ahmed Introduction The Constitution expresses the will of the people of a country.  It should ideally reflect the wishes and desires of the people of the country in question.  As it is considered the supreme [and higher than the ordinary law] law in a country with a written Constitution, the procedure for amending a country’s Constitution is normally made strict and inflexible...