Book Reviews

In The Light of What We Know

May 12, 2017 - 3:21 pm | Book Reviews | Knowledge | Latest

Author: Zia Haider First published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux /2014 Reviewer: Ali Ahmed Ziauddin ZIA Haider’s ‘In The Light of What We Know’ is a recent addition to the long list of post colonial literature by a host of post colonial authors.  The first impression of a post colonial reader is that of sheer […]

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Political Parties in Bangladesh: Challenges of Democratization

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Author: Prof. Dr. Raunaq Jahan Publisher: Prothoma Prokashan, Dhaka Reviewer: Ghulam Muhammed Quader The book tried to describe details of political party structures, ideologies, goals and activities as exist in Bangladesh. It also elaborated development of the same and its role in shaping existing political culture. She brought forward what she te

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The Blood Telegram

February 21, 2015 - 8:49 am | Book Reviews | Knowledge

In The Blood Telegram: India's Secret War in East Pakistan Gary J Bass, with credential of being an author, a Professor of politics at Princeton and a restless narrator on South Asia, keeps the truth behind the events well in order that shook the subcontinent.

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