LETTER FROM AMERICA / Orlando massacre underlines the urgency to crush ISIS

Muslim Americans were having a good week last week. As Americans watched the nationally televised funeral for Muhammad Ali on

Letter From America / Muhammad Ali, forever the Greatest

In eulogising a hero, as Muhammad Ali was to me, the danger is that one may get carried away and heap undeserved superlatives on the


Not only the European Union, but the rest of the world is also beginning to express concern about the spate of killings by extremists in Bangladesh over the last three years.

LETTER FROM AMERICA / Pakistan incrminates itself for war crimes in Bangladesh

When it comes to Bangladesh, Pakistan practices its own version of Holocaust denial and continues to behave like unrepentant Nazis. Pakistan never admitted to the crimes its soldiers committed against Bangladeshis in 1971.

LETTER FROM AMERICA / Tigers Need To Pick Up on their fielding

The recently concluded World T20 Championship in India started with a bang – with Martin Guptill of New Zealand hitting the first ball

LETTER FROM AMERICA / Acting fuels Trump's success, just as it did Ronald Reagan's

Whether Trump can win the presidency is unclear. Trump supporters may be angry, but the rest of America is not.

LETTER FROM AMERICA / Improving the Dhaka airport experience

Before deplaning, I make sure that I won't have to use the bathroom facilities for the one to two hours that I will spend in the terminal building. The stench of the bathrooms is overpowering! One shudders to think of the reaction of foreigners.

LETTER FROM AMERICA / The chickens have come home to roost for the Republicans

What a bizarre spectacle the US presidential primary campaigns are unfolding into! There is a lovefest among Democrats who cannot decide who they love more - Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.

Punish the guilty, spare the innocent

I was shocked and horrified to learn of the indignities Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina suffered during her illegal imprisonment by the caretaker government of

A test for Bangladesh

Through my interactions with him over the last 25 years, I can honestly testify that Mahfuz Anam is a man of impeccable integrity, and a patriotic Bangladeshi of the highest order.

Current state of the American presidential race

The American presidential race is a not a sprint - it is a marathon. As someone who has completed several marathons...

Barack Obama: A most consequential President

President Barack Obama delivered his eighth and last State of the Union address on January 12. It was essentially a victory lap. He has