Monday, September 21, 2015



After the long wait, the Supreme Court Chief Justice J.S. Khehar opined that long pending dispute of Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri

Urgency of ethnic nationalism

A virulent nationalism, tinged with bigotry, is on the rise across much of the world. It helped elect Narendra

EU needs fair work-life balance

When the nuts and bolts of the long-awaited European Pillar of Social Rights are unveiled at the end of

A practical agenda for revolutionary times

As the world's financial leaders gather for the International Monetary Fund and World Bank spring meetings, many working people

India-Bangladesh ties get impetus

Bangladesh Prime Minister Shaikh Hasina's fairly fruitful India-trip early this month has further strengthened the bonds of friendship between

Is election coming

Our new Libe-ration War Museum was inaugurated on 16th April. The genocide that took place in our country during

Is Dhaka under Beijing's shadow ignoring trusted friend Delhi

India did more than just spread the red carpet for Sheikh Hasina, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh when she

Bangladesh may become a fanatic, communal state

Following the discussions and analysis over the Prime Minister's standpoint regarding Hefazat-E-Islam's demand to remove the sculpture from Supreme

Dynamics of 'One belt one road' idea of China

A preeminent method to enhance regional cooperation in the region could be the creation of regional fund or regional

How US losing credibility war

In times of crisis, credibility is an American president's most valuable currency. It's one thing for a foreign partner

The politics of nostalgia

Western democracies are facing a new threat: pessimism. Recent surveys reveal that 65 percent of Europeans and North Americans

A China manipulation story

Has the US mismanaged the ascent of China? The Treasury Department is required to present to Congress a report

How money is born and how it dies

Before tracing back to the genealogy about how money was born, it  is  essential  to  highlight  in brief  the

Social democracy in Europe

The response to the Great Recession from European social democratic /centre-left parties, with some notable exceptions like Portugal's, was

Mother of all bombs

I spent the evening of April 13 with a cousin and two aunts in the upscale Wazir Akbar Khan

Conclusion of UK election

This, as we keep discovering, is an era of unexpected electoral results. Tuesday's decision by Britain's prime minister, Theresa

Motivational strategy on organizational context

The majority of organizations are competing to survive in this volatile and fierce market environment. Motivation and performance of

Complex inequality in Europe

Talking about inequality in Europe brings one face-to-face with a complex pattern of possible issues and dimensions, which can

When hate leads to depression

Women afraid to go out in public. College students struggling in school. Employees feeling unsafe on the job. People

Democrats' problem in Georgia special election

Democrat Jon Ossoff will almost certainly win the most votes in Georgia's special U.S. House election on Tuesday. But

Anti-globalization circus

A key element of Trump's political success has been his masquerade of being pro-worker, which includes posturing as anti-globalization.

Bangladesh's RMG, drugs on high demand in Venezuela

Augusto Montiel, Ambassador of Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka and Nepal recently came to

Prof Ranajit Chakraborty, lighthouse of knowledge

Professor Ranajit Kumar Chakraborty is the sun offspring of the Village : Bagdondi, Dholghat, Police Station Patiya of Chittagong

17 April 1971: In the light of history

17 April 1971 is no how less important in the history of Bangladesh than 26 March 1971, 10 April

Suu Kyi has failed to unite all of Myanmar

In November 2015, the party of Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi won a landslide victory in the

Trump team's intention

Since the US presidential election, liberals have been accused of living in an elite bubble. Hillary Clinton voters, supposedly,