Towards A Sonar Bangla

This Monograph represents a special case study on the background, challenges faced, strategy adopted and the outcome obtained in a spontaneous, valiant and fearless battle by a tiny group of Bengali students from the conservative rural Mid-Western region of the US to counter the support to the Military Regime in Pakistan by the US Administration during the 1971 Bangladesh War of Liberation.
The Monograph concludes with an account of a couple of the initial efforts towards attaining the much sought-after Sonar Bangla launched immediately following the liberation of Bangladesh, notably in close personal association with the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, himself.
We are sure that this Monograph would certainly be a value-added to the enormous and rich volume of historical literature covering numerous aspects of the Bangladesh War of Liberation during 1971 now widely available.

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About The Author

Iftikhar Ahmed

Iftikhar Ahmed served for three decades at the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in Geneva finally as Editor-in-Chief of the International Labour Review.
As ILO’s Country Director in Indonesia created history by having all the Core ILO Labour Rights Conventions ratified following the Suharto Dictatorship.
Previously, Post-Doctoral Associate, Iowa State University (USA); Visiting Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex (UK); Associate Professor of Economics, Dhaka University.
Iftikhar is the author of 7 books published by reputed British Publishers in the fields of employment, technology, gender, environment and child labour.
He, was elected General Secretary of the first Bangladesh Economic Association and Vice-President, F.H. Hall Union (1964–65) of Dhaka University; Member of the Commune Parliament in Founex, Switzerland (2011-2016).
Iftikhar was the East Pakistan Tennis Champion (1967), Dhaka University Blue; Won Tennis Championships at the Iowa State University and in Founex, Captained the ILO Tennis Team at the UN Games.
Iftikhar is the son of the eminent Educationist, Dr. Momtazuddin Ahmed, a founder Vice-Chancellor of Rajshahi University.

This Monograph represents a special case study on the background, challenges faced, strategy adopted and the outcome obtained in a spontaneous, valiant and fearless battle by a tiny group of Bengali students from the conservative rural Mid-Western region of the US to counter the support to the Military Regime in Pakistan by the US Administration during the 1971 Bangladesh War of Liberation.
The Monograph concludes with an account of a couple of the initial efforts towards attaining the much sought-after Sonar Bangla launched immediately following the liberation of Bangladesh, notably in close personal association with the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, himself.
We are sure that this Monograph would certainly be a value-added to the enormous and rich volume of historical literature covering numerous aspects of the Bangladesh War of Liberation during 1971 now widely available.

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