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It has been 20 years since the Accord was penned between the Shanti Bahini and the government of Bangladesh, but still one hears a murmur of frustration in the Hills over the fact that not all the provisos of the Accord have been fully implemented.

 

The dusts of Suhrawardy Udyan have settled down by now. The much-talked-about papal visit to Burma and Bangladesh has come to an end. The visit created quite a bit of furore both at home and abroad.

 

The use of noise emitting devices or “sonic weapons” by the police on Thursday, against peaceful protestors remonstrating against the government's decision to increase power prices for the umpteenth time this year—a genuine complaint—is an absolute shame.

 

A recent study by Manusher Jonno Foundation gave this perception a statistical foundation as it tracked incidents of violence and harassment in 2016 and came to the conclusion that around 60 percent members of the surveyed communities had experienced different forms of violence twice last year.

 

His Holiness Pope Francis, in his much-anticipated trip to Myanmar, sadly, neglected to even mention the plight of the Rohingya.

 

Bangladeshis have, for many years, played an active role in the global community and demonstrated our dedication to fostering peace by partaking in UN peacekeeping missions in some of the most dangerous and conflict-ridden places around the world.

 

Sustainable development goals (SDGs) are important to ensure inclusive social development, environmental sustainability and peace and security.

 

It is nothing if not alarming that government officials as well as school and university authorities are all part of the syndicate which creates these leaks.

 

Every year, a few thousand Bangladeshis, along with many more students from around the world, take the highly competitive Edexcel – GCSE and A level — examinations.

 

Since August 25, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have crossed over to Bangladesh fleeing persecution, and this refugee inflow has not yet stopped.

 


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