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Dr Jagot Chand MalakerFarmers of our country are the main contributor of our resilience food

Battle of Sanctions: Our Woes

Sanction is a penalty in the form of economic and political decisions that is imposed on another country

Rett Syndrome: Treatment and Management

Kamrunnesa Ashraf DinaRett syndrome is a rare genetic neurological disorder (neuro developmental) that occurs primarily

"Born Criminal": The Plight of India's De-Notified Tribes

Branded as being "born criminal" 150 years ago under British colonial rule, De-Notified Tribes (DNTs) continue to bear

War Criminals Still Engaged In Conspiracies

Even in the golden jubilee year of independence achieved through the self-sacrifice of 3 million Bengalis, war criminals

Transparency Must in E-Commerce Business

Bangladesh has come a long way in building a digital Bangladesh. Significant progress has been made in various

A Long Wait for Anguished Students

On Thursday (29 July), 500 days have passed since the shutdown of all types of educational institutions in

Uyghur & Boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics

The Chinese atrocities of the minority Uyghur Muslims have raised international concerns for quite some time and the

China's Belligerence: Twisting Flows, Weaponizing Water

In sync with contemporary geopolitics, it seems like China intends to take advantage of natural resources as a

Dengue, The New Terror

Dengue has become a new terror in the lives of people already struggling with the coronavirus epidemic. The number

A religious heritage lost to commercialisation

Asad ZiaAs one of South Asia's most ancient cities, Peshawar boasts a rich cultural and

Big Cats-The Predator Looking for Survival

The tiger is the largest living cat species and a member of the genus Panthera. It is most

Nelson Mandela: Intrepid Warrior's Name Against Injustice

Nelson Mandela was a bold and successful warrior against apartheid, injustice, inequality and domination in South Africa. Let's

Hepatitis is a Killer Disease

Today is World Hepatitis Day 2021. On 28 July 2008, the World Hepatitis Alliance took the initiative to

Colombo Port City: China's New Special 'Colonial' Zone

On May 24th, 2021, the Sri Lankan Parliament approved the Colombo Port City Economic Commission bill after a

Pegasus Project: Why I am Hesitant, Yet Defending the Government

MK BhadrakumarThe so-called Pegasus Project, which hit media headlines, has highlighted India in a clutch

China is a Habit that Pakistan Cannot Break

An attack on a busload of Chinese workers en route to the Dasu Hydropower plant in Pakistan has

Global Flood Havoc -- A Wake-up Call for Politicians

M Sadrul Ahmed KhanClimate change has caused heavy downpours that have triggered massive flooding around

Tajuddin Ahmed: Bangladesh's First Prime Minister

Tajuddin Ahmad's 96th birthday falls on 23rd July 2021, whereas he is one the mostfar-famed politicians to delimitate

R P Saha-Bangladesh's Greatest Philanthropist

I have known the name since I was a child. I am sure the case is no different

Working People's Interest Must be Protected

Workers keep the wheels of the country's development moving. So, a healthy worker community is a big national

Hygiene Needs to be Ensured Along With Lockdown

The spread of the covid-19 virus is on the rise and the number of deaths is increasing at

Take Urgent Steps to Control the Market

Imran HossainLike more than two hundred countries around the world, Bangladesh is also heavily affected

Happy Eid in Unhappy Moments

The Muslim community is going to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha, one of the largest religious festivals for the 2nd time

Qurbani: A Ritual to Attain Taqwa & Nearness

Marking the biggest festival of Eid-ul-Azha, the able-bodied Muslims offer sacrificial animals in the name of Allah the

Danish Siddiqui: A Journalist Killed in the Line of Fire

Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer Danish Siddiqui, who worked for the Reuters news agency based out of India, was killed

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