Iftekhar Iqbal A Long View of Bangladesh social and economic problems including that of internal and cross-national ecologi- cal refugees. For example, he suggests that and engagement in terms of the context mation to culinary practices. Of the myri- the east Bengalis opted for Pakistan not in which the book has been written and ad issues, themes, observations and analy- primarily because of a shared religion, but some of the important observations the sis that this book accommodates, four with a view to getting rid of economic ex- author has made. The author pened to be Hindu. In terms of the scholarly developments can be best appreciated.
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