One can argue that BNP does not have the organisational wisdom or the cunning to wage a crippling street campaign
Can a political party – regardless of whether they are in power or in opposition – use public property to attend a party rally?
Why should two political parties of the same nation receive polar opposite treatments?
After completing its rallies in 10 divisional cities, the BNP now wants to wage a one-point movement to oust the government, uniting all like-minded opposition parties and forces.
Ordinary transport workers have been suffering due to loss of income during these strikes.
What game do our political leaders plan to play?
As an editor, I commend the photographer, the caption writer, and the news editor for depicting a sad reality with such subtle deftness.
Recent political developments signal an unsteady path to the national election