Dr. Makhan Saikia: Senior Editor Edit & OpEd
A nation in tatters after long autocratic rule of Bashir now demands a democratically elected Government, budgetary transparency, end of corruption in high public offices and uprooting of the old clusters of the ruling National Congress Party from key positions in the country Sudan and its people heaved a sigh of...
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The EU leadership is wading through serious political and economic crises. But then the member nations should not leave the onus of searching for an avant-garde solution only on Brussels The Euro, the single common currency of the 19 members of the 28-member European Union (EU), completed two decades this January....
Best course of action for the UK is to delay the Brexit date. This will simply allow the Britons to decide whether to remain within the EU or get out. With more time, a new deal could be negotiated wherein both UK Parliament and the EU may come to an...
The influx of illegal immigrants from Bangladesh, after its independence from Pakistan in a 1971 war, spurred periodic public uprisings, ensuing in Assam Accord in 1985. If the new Bill fails to dispel fears among Assamese, it will reopen old wounds The Lok Sabha passed the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016...
Bangladesh poll results have made it clear that triumphant Sheikh Hasina doesn’t have to face jailed and ailing Khaleda Zia in the political arena in near future. The ‘lady in charge’ in Dhaka needs to show she cares for democratic institutions and is ready to stomach healthy criticism Bangladesh is no...