Monday, September 21, 2015

Special Supplement


 World Press Freedom Day is observed on 3rd May every year throughout the world. World Press

Journey of The Asian Age: Imagination of Building Hope

 The appeal of Taj Mahal attracts people across the globe with its historic architectural significance; in the same line

Democracy Versus Patriotism!

 A widely spoken text book definition of democracy given by Abraham Lincoln suggest “Government of the people, by

Coexisting and Peaceful Future Beforehand

 To prevent the repetition of something unwanted, actions can betaken after that something happens. Actions can be taken

Towards Inclusive Institutional Changes for Rural Financial Inclusion

 Though dated, reading the book 'Why Nations Fail' (2012) by Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson was still

Unbarred, Unbiased Journalism and Challenges

 Journalists work for the coverage of domestic as well as global occurrences to keep people updated about the

The Media Is Playing a Significant Role in the Advancement of Bangladesh

 The Media is Playing a significant role in the advancement of Bangladesh highlighting the Freedom of Expression, Human

Happy Birthday, The Asian Age

 The Asian Age, Dhaka, is on the verge of celebrating its 10th anniversary on the 20th day of

Newspapers' Roles for Enhancing Our Intellectual Worth

 Syeda Rizwana Hasan Newspapers keep us updated with the latest incidents happening across the

Newspapers Can Help Authorities to Establish Transparency and Integrity

 When people find that banks and financial institutions regularly get involved in unethical practices and scams, they get

Media Can Contribute to Restore Clients' Confidence on Banking System

 Bank is said to be the holder and carrier of economy and it is the last hope of

Corruption and Money Laundering Baffle Economic Prospects

 Massive corruption in a number of sectors has overshadowed Bangladesh government's achievements. Corruption and irregularities are rising by

Ahead of G20 Summit, Shringla Emphasizes on Global South Focus, African Union Inclusion

  INTERVIEWAhead of the G20 summit that India will be hosting, Harsh Vardhan Shringla, Chief Coordinator of

What Can the Youth Learn from Bangabandhu's Life?

   Rakibul IslamOn August 15, 1975, the Father of the Nation,Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibar Rahman

Bangladesh-India Ties Reach Beyond Strategic Partnership

 Bangladesh-India ties have developed beyond strategic partnership in the last few decades. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina made

Bangabandhu: A Timeless Legend in The History of Bengal

 Freedom fighter commander Major Haider pulling Pakistan General AAK Niazi by his hand to the surrender ceremony on 16

The Sino-Indian Rivalry Is Reshaping Asia

 Three years after China stealthily began encroaching on India's territory in the Himalayas, no end is in sight

Democracy Cannot Prevail Without Communal Harmony

 Before independence Bangladesh was known as East Pakistan while the governing authority was in the hands of rulers

It Is Very Difficult to Move Forward Without Accountability

 Abhijit BanerjeeOne problem I have seen, at least in the Indian subcontinent, is overcentralization. Say,

Bangladesh Must Avoid China's Debt Trap Diplomacy

 Multiple sources tell the Daily Asian Age that with the elections of 2018 over, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

Nationalism Beyond the Stratosphere


Inadequacy of Liberalism and Narrowness of Leftism

 In Bangladesh, we were almost ruined by the conservatives. The principles and ideals of our Liberation War were

In the Green Landscape of Ecocriticism

 We have to make our environment green; we have to make our life green. That is the commitment

World's Largest Mangrove Forest Sundarbans Attract Scores of Tourists Every Year

 The Sundarbans mangrove forest, one of the largest such forests in the world (140,000 ha), lies on the

Good Governance Obligatory to Sustain Banking Sector

 There have been long-standing allegations about irregularities in the banking sector of Bangladesh. Extensively rising figures of defaulted

Planet in Perils: The Human Toll of Global Climate Change

 Barack Obama's poignant statement, "We are the first generation to feel the impact of climate change and the

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