Bangladesh: marvel and a success story

FOR a long period of time, a beautiful country called Bangladesh has remained one of the world’s impoverished nations and, by a twist of fortunes, today, it has sailed smoothly into an exciting world of prosperity and self-reliance. Immediately, after Bangladesh emerged out of the carnage of the liberation war, US secretary of state Henry Kissinger branded the proud people as the world’s leading ‘international bread basket case’. The humiliation has backfired: every day onwards, he has lived to offer his regrets.