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Mujibism: An Outline of National Liberty

Bangladesh achieved its much-awaited independence on December 16, 1971, after a nine-month Liberation War under the leadership of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The seven-crore Bengali people finally got free from discrimination, exploitation and repression of the Pakistani with the abolition
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Rise of Nationalism & Birth of a State

After the formation of Pakistan, West Pakistanis, using religion as their shield, started racial and cultural repression on the Bengali nation, leading to a sense of realization among the young generations. Later, the whole nation became united to attain their
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7th March Speech: Bangabandhu’s directives & international recognition

On 7th March in 1971, Bangabandhu gave his historic speech at the Race Course Maidan in Dhaka. It has become famous worldwide as the Liberation War was fully abode by the directives he gave in his speech. After the
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In quest of Socialism

In a bid to enjoying freedom from colonial rule, we joined with the Pakistan part following the partition of the Indian subcontinent in 1947 based on religion. But our illusion got broken soon when we found that the West Pakistanis,
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Bangabandhu’s Historic Speech in Bangla at UNGA

Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, for the first time ever, delivered a speech in Bangla at the 29th General Assembly of the United Nations. His speech and call for standing beside the repressed nation across the world
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Foreign Policy of Bangabandhu

The formulation and implementation of a country's foreign policy depend on the political philosophy of its leadership and the equating of its relations with other countries in the world. The success of foreign policy requires not only formulating a strong
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Nationalism evolved based on secularism

Secularism is one of the main pillars of Bangladesh constitution. It is interpreted in different ways at different times. Many believe that secularism means the absence of religion as there has been widespread propaganda about secularism. But does secularism mean
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The Unuttered Dream of Bengali Nation

The 'BAKSAL’ is a significant chapter in the history of the Bengali nation. The founding President Sheikh Mujibur Rahman initiated the system in 1975 to fulfil the historical demands and aspirations of the people of the country. A notable feature
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Mass Media & Bangabandhu

The national history of Bangladesh revolves with the name of Bangabandhu. He, who was born in a remote village, named Tungipara in Gopalganj and had become a legend to the world. He is known as the liberator of Bangladesh and
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