Skip to content Skip to sidebar Skip to footer

Prime suspect, accomplice confess to instigating communal violence against Hindus in Bangladesh

Courtesy: The India Express. This news is collected unabridged from the India Express newspaper and furnished here unabridged. The collection here in this page is for easier access by the viewers and as such it doesnot violates copyright laws and used only as an alternative to url redirect. For original news, please visit: https://indianexpress.com/article/world/prime-suspect-accomplice-confess-to-instigating-communal-violence-against-hindus-in-bangladesh-7589628/  .   Chaos…

Read more

Goons attack Hindu temples in Bangladesh during Durga Puja, 4 killed

Courtesy: DECCAN Chronicle. This news is collected unabridged from the DECCAN Chronicle newspaper and furnished here unabridged. The collection here in this page is for easier access by the viewers and as such it doesnot violates copyright laws and used only as an alternative to url redirect. For original news, please visit: https://www.deccanchronicle.com/world/asia/151021/goons-attack-hindu-temples-in-bangladesh-during-durga-puja-4-killed.html . A home ministry…

Read more

Seven dead after violence erupts during Hindu festival in Bangladesh

Courtesy: The Guardian. This news is collected unabridged from The Guardian newspaper and furnished here unabridged. The collection here in this page is for easier access by the viewers and as such it doesnot violates copyright laws and used only as an alternative to url redirect. For original news, please visit: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/oct/16/four-die-after-violence-erupts-at-hindu-festival-in-bangladesh . Demonstrators take to…

Read more

Hindu families flee Bangladesh

Source: rediff.com Url: https://www.rediff.com/news/2001/oct/23bang.htm Hindu families flee Bangladesh At least four Hindu families from Bangladesh have crossed over to India and 45 more are waiting to do so. A feeling of insecurity has gripped minorities following incidents of violence against them after the new four-party alliance government, comprising mostly fundamentalists, came to power early this month, official sources…

Read more

Kshudiram’s ‘natural death’ and ‘criminal homicide’ of Priyabala

Source: : Prothom Alo (Translated from Bengali) Picture: "Whether or not the offense will be tried is not the question, we are worried about the future threats to our lives" said Kshudiram's daughter Poly (right), accompanied by her mother and younger brother Sumon. October 19 - Prothom Alo. Report from Prothom Alo, Dhaka: Rajeeb Nur and Farid Hossain Babul After returning from Charfashion After…

Read more

Analysis: Fears of Bangladeshi Hindus

Source: BBC url: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/1609049.stm Preparations for the Durga Puja By the BBC's Kamal Ahmed The Bangladeshi Government says it has taken all necessary steps to ensure the safety and security of the country's Hindu minority during next week's religious festival, the Durga Puja. The assurances come amid reports of widespread violence against Hindus following the 1 October election in…

Read more

Bangla Minorities Harassed

  The Telegraph Report Dhaka, Oct. 16: Durga Puja celebrations will be muted this year in Bangladesh The Hindus have decided to cut down on festivities to protest against violence aimed at minorities in this predominantly Muslim nation. The decision of the Hindu-Buddha-Christian Oikya Parishad comes in the wake of increasing attacks on minorities since the October 1…

Read more

Vicious Brigand’s Hamlet: Nolbunia is now a desolated land: Rape and atrocity everywhere.

(Translated from Bengali) No where to go, the elderly women sits alone in the desolated land Report from Janakantha, Oct 12, 2001 (Special correspondent report from Bagerhat): Minority houses and adjacent area of Rampal's Prasadnagar is now a desolated land. BNP and Jamat led continuous atrocities have evicted all minorities from the area. The same situation…

Read more

Bangladesh Hindus seek protection

Source: BBC url: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/1591794.stm Awami League protest - minorities tended to support them The BBC's Waliur Rahman reports from Dhaka Leaders of the minority Hindu community in Bangladesh have met the country's president and asked him to ensure the safety of the country's minorities. Hindus are worried the Durga festival may be put off The meeting followed reports…

Read more

15 thousands minority families dislodged in two districts: thousands of houses ablaze, hundreds of women raped

(Translated from Bengali) Left: Rape victim, who has lost her soul alongwith her daughter. Right:A group of women taken refugee at a shelter to save themselves. Report from Janakantha, Oct 10, 2001: Post election violence and oppression against minority has displaced more than 15 thousands minority families in Barishal and Bagerhat districts. The affected upazilas (sub-districts)…

Read more

BNP threatens minorities to leave country

Khulna, Oct 07, 2001The Bangladesh Observer Correspondent, Khulna Bureau. The report published by Bangladesh observer dated oct 8, 2001 Panchanan Biswas, MP-elect of Khulna-1 constituency has accused BNP of resorting to violence in Batiaghata and Dakope Upazilas of Khulna. At a press conference at Khulna Press Club AL MP-elect Panchanan Biswas said, BNP cadres led by Amir…

Read more

Stoppage of repression on minority urged

BARISAL, Sept 27, 2001The Bangladesh Observer Correspondent Hindu-Buddha-Christian Oikya Parishad of Barisal Unit today demanded immediate stoppage to the repression on the voters of the Minority community in different constituencies of Barisal district. In a Press conference held at the Barisal Press Club the Parishad members alleged that the Minority voters of Gaurnadi, Agail Upazila and Babuganj…

Read more

Bomb blast kills 10 in Gopalganj church: 3 suspects arrested

Source: CNN url: https://www.cnn.com/2001/WORLD/asiapcf/south/06/17/bangladesh.blast.03/ NARAYANGANJ, Bangladesh (CNN) -- Twenty-two people were killed and more than 100 injured Saturday evening when a bomb blast ripped through the local offices of the country's ruling Awami League in Narayanganj. Prominent legislator Shamim Osman, who was making a speech before party members when the explosion took place, was among the injured. Local newspapers said…

Read more

About HRCBM

HRCBM is a human rights and humanitarian services organization. 
We defend and protect rights of marginalized people in Bangladesh.
We serve to those who needs it the most!

Contacts
HRCBM © 2021. All Rights Reserved.