An energy deal will usher in new avenues in Dhaka-Kathmandu relations. By Asif Sufian

Energy cooperation between Nepal and Bangladesh is one of the most promising areas of cooperation. Plans to make power an exportable good are outlined in Nepal's 15th Five-Year Development Plan (2019-2024). Nepal plans to grow its 1,250 MW of electricity production to more than 5,000 MW withi


International UN Peacekeeper Day: Bangladesh's contribution in world peace building. Indrajit Kumar

International UN Peacekeeper Day is held annually on May 29. When the day comes, the scene of Bangladesh's pride, contribution and bravery in world peacekeeping comes to the fore. Bangladeshi peacekeepers have been playing an important role in UN peacekeeping operations for more than three de


Taking advantage of regional economic crisis, Pakistan and Bangladesh begin a new horizon of 'Economic diplomacy, By Mehjabin Bhanu

Bangladesh and Pakistan together make up 5 percent of the world’s population. The possibilities of market value in the case of export and import between these two states are inevitably huge. 

But the trade between the two countries of 39 crore people is now only 6-7 hundred m


US coercive diplomacy is generally ineffective and often counterproductive and it endangers the whole world. By Jubeda Chowdhry

Economic sanctions, Visa restrictions, political embargo are the part of US coercive diplomacy.  These are not a modern development. These first recorded use was in ancient Greece. But despite all the evidence since then showing they are generally ineffective and often counterproductive


Has the new visa policy impact on the Dhaka-Washington ties? By Nandita Roy

The new visa policy announced by the United States for the upcoming elections in Bangladesh is not for any particular person or group of individuals. The United States announced it from a very simple position.

They take such a position towards different countries around the world. Howev


Islamic Jihad Emerging as Most Eminent Threat From Gaza. By Manish Rai

The ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) has taken effect in the Gaza Strip after days of cross-border fighting. The confrontation left at least 33 Palestinians dead in Gaza and at least two people in Israel. But most importantly in the Israeli military’s Operati


New US visa policy: Bangladesh's commitment and responsibility to hold a free and fair election. By Nandita Roy

Had PM Hasina any other intention, she would not have requested the Commonwealth, international community to send election observation teams

A short introduction New US visa policy for Bangladesh:

US Secretary of State Antony J Blinken on Wednesday announced a new visa policy


Can Qatar's promised energy assistance really help Bangladesh tackle its ongoing energy crisis? By Jubeda Chowdhury

The Emir of Qatar on Wednesday (March 24, 2023) assured Bangladesh of providing all sorts of facilities to Bangladesh regarding a larger supply of LNG from his country.

“I promise you that I, being the Amir, will provide all sorts of facilities to you as you are a friendly country


Regional cooperation highly needs in tackling Mocha types disaster. By Dr Arpita Hazarika

Myanmar is one of Bangladesh's closest neighbours, and the two countries have had a long-standing relationship dating back generations. The 271-kilometer Bangladesh-Myanmar border is strategically significant for Bangladesh, despite the fact that it is militarized due to Myanmar's continu


Myanmar-Bangladesh: Rohingyas need aid from the world following the deadly cyclone Mocha. By Erina Haque

The Office of the Commissioner for Refugee Relief and Repatriation has said that more than two and a half thousand houses have been damaged in the Rohingya refugee camp due to the impact of Cyclone Mokha in Cox's Bazar Ukhia-Teknafe. He said, “The damage has been less than feared. Howev


US-Bangladesh ties: strategic significance of Bangladesh Army Chief’s USA visit. By Mehjabin Bhanu

Defense cooperation between the USA and Bangladesh has made significant progress in the last few years. It is depicted in the exchange of visits between the leaders of the two countries, as well as the conduct of training programs, joint exercises, and humanitarian assistance and disaster relief


India cannot suppress the sentiments of Aazadi in Kashmir. By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, Secretary General, World Kashmir Awareness Forum

 “Repeat a lie often enough and people will believe it.” Joseph Goebbels.

The fallacious statement made by the most celebrated Indian diplomat, Dr. Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs during SCO meeting in Goa on May 5, 2023, that “Jammu-Kashmir Was, Is And W


After another Allahabad High Court verdict, while Indian Muslims further goes down under fear of genocide their irresponsible & selfish religious & political leaders remain in un-Islamic cowardice. By Hem Raj Jain

The leader of free world the USA, as usual,  remains passive spectator and maximum the USCIRF will issue some meaningless statements only after avoidable so-called 'communal riots' 

The fear of Indian Muslims about their genocide has increased after another verdic


'Seven Last Words: Reflections on the Final Sayings of Christ' - Pre-order Now Available on Amazon. By William Gomes

William Gomes, a layperson with an extraordinary understanding of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, is set to make waves in the world of religious literature once again. After the success of his previous book, "Journey to Transformative Lent: A 40-Day Lenten Guide to Prayer, Reflection, and R


Pandemic is over but the fight to end corporate capture of healthcare intensifies. By SHOBHA SHUKLA, BOBBY RAMAKANT

 When 99% of the people worldwide were reeling under the severe COVID-19 pandemic and cascading humanitarian crises, 1% of the corporate elites continued to sinisterly push for privatisation of public services and minted even more profits. More shocking is the fact that corporate plunder pea

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress www.pakistanchristiancongress.org . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book.

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