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China, China-Tibet, Headline »

[20 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]

Three Tibetan writers identified as Jangtse Donkho, Buddha and Kalsang Jinpa were tried (Oct.28) by the Aba Intermediate People’s Court in Sichuan province on charges of inciting activities to split the  nation.  All three were detained earlier in July, 2010 by Chinese authorities on charges of writing articles in a local newsletter Shar Dungri (Eastern Snow Mountain) about the 2008 unrest.
All three, along with their lawyers and some family members, were present in the court during the trial which lasted half a day.  They denied the charges and pleaded not …

Bangladesh, Headline »

[19 Nov 2010 | One Comment | ]

Bangladesh is once again in political turmoil. Main Opposition leader and former prime minister, Khaleda Zia has started a campaign demanding mid-term election saying that the present Awami League (AL) led Grand Alliance government of her bitter rival Sheik Hasina has failed the people.  She raised this demand as soon as the High Court dismissed her appeal against the government notice asking her to vacate her cantonment house and cancelled the extension of her son Arafat Rahman Koko’s parole.
In parliamentary democracy treasury benches and the opposition have equal responsibility to …

China »

[15 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]

The worst facet of Chinese colonial empire has been on display in Zambia. It has given a go-by to the long taught Communist theories about workers and their welfare as the bedrock of industry and the society.  Workers up in arms are silenced by the barrel of the gun.
Zambian police is investigating shooting of workers at a Chinese-run coal mine in the south of the country, in which at least 11 miners were wounded.
According to delayed reports, Chinese mangers at the mine opened fire (Oct 15) on the workers because …