Monday, September 21, 2015

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Innate immunity is a person's inborn defense against pathogens that instruct the body's adaptive immune system to produce

At all costs, bar its entry into Indian telecom, else, live under Beijing's domination

India's strategic digital pushback against Chinese investments and apps has encouraged like-minded countries like the US, and some

The brilliant light of democracy

The majesty of democracy keeps the rule of law working, indeed thriving, in our times. A US federal court

Hong Kong protests: Implications and challenges

The 9th of June, 2020, marked the first anniversary of the Hong Kong protests of 2019. Last year,

Is coronavirus killing the WHO?

On Tuesday, President Trump formally began the process of pulling the United States out of the World Health

In these difficult times, we fall back on Bangabandhu for courage

We continue with our celebrations of the Father of the Nation.Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was one of us. He

Matters of the mindset

The United States last Thursday saw the largest increase in the number of Covid-19 cases, more than 50,000

China is pursuing demographic genocide of Uighur Muslims

The Chinese authorities have been continuing atrocities on Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang Province. Communist China has curbed their

The point is rule of law

The death of ward councillor Ekramul Haque a couple of years ago continues to exercise the minds of citizens. 

Trump's America

Donald Trump's poll numbers are on the slide, happily for many around the world. Once people looked upon the

It is a massive scientific and societal challenge!

The baneful CORONAVIRUS or COVID-19 is affecting 213 countries and territories around the world.As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads,

The Middle Kingdom’s rush of blood and the need for strong Indian deterrence

Male power and its brutal projection is the central theme of what is colloquially defined as chopsticks culture.

The pleasures of eating

There is huge pleasure in eating. Never mind that your doctor tells you of all the dangers that could,

Worries about the young

Not many years ago a schoolboy of around fifteen years of age died in the fall-out from a factional

Ukraine and Zelenskiy continue to draw attention

Volodymyr Zelenskiy became President of Ukraine a little more than one year ago and has continued to be

Pak hoping to topple Ghani, install puppet in Kabul

The Pakistani Ministry of Foreign Affairs has asked the Pakistan naval headquarters not to push for the conclusion

Journalism is a matter of courage

Lester Holt had the debate quite running away from him. He was unable to stop Donald Trump from repeatedly

Chinese expansion policy counts heavy costing on its economy

Some people of Ahmedabad , a crowded   western Indian city,  suddenly hurled their Chinese television sets down their

Richard Thaler: The father of behavioral economics

It was 12 September 1945, the sky of the whole world was covered with the black cloud of

Needs of flood-hit people call for attention

We have in the past experienced  flash floods that destroyed huge swaths of ripening daddy fields, with thousands of

The battle over eggs

One cannot do without eggs. That is one lesson you have been taught since infancy. Eggs give you energy,

MSMEs need grant and collateral free loan

MSMEs are an important arm of economic growth and employment. As the coronavirus pandemic hit the economy, the

Swami Vivekananda and his concept of secular thought

Swami Vivekananda was born in Calcutta on 12th January 1863 and died on 4th July 1902. 4th July

All about books

Time was when books were published and used to be sold at the many bookstores all over Dhaka city.

When life begins to sag

Growing old is a beautiful experience. There are reasons. People begin to give you the respect you always thought

Human rights violations perpetrated in Pakistan during May 2020 -- III

PFUJ Demands Financial Compensation for Journalists Affected by Coronavirus13. A report compiled by Zulfiqar Ali Mehto, head of

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