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A Hindu temple planned for Islamabad, the city's first, was supposed to be a symbol of tolerance. Instead,

Covid-19 hurts the middle class people

The Covid-19 crisis has rightly made saving lives a top priority. In the process, the economy is collapsing.

Mafia and the Chinese

The post-COVID-19 scenario emerging in Italy is anything but reassuring. The poor state of the economy before the

Curtain falls on a jovial soul!

After God infused soul in him, his heart started pulsating in a given rhythm in his mother’s womb

Terrorist radicalization : Difficult to detect

It has been four years since Bangladesh has faced the deadliest terrorist attack in Holey Artisan Bakery. People

In Pakistan, a bizarre arrest shows how media freedom is being squeezed

The country’s most prominent media owner-editor is detained and incarcerated. The image-conscious prime minister ignores a letter from

The Jallianwala Bagh massacre

The incident of Jallianwala Bagh killings has gone to the annals of British Indian archives and has since

Did China miscalculate the rise of India?

While China's attention was fixed on a new Cold War with the United States, tensions on its troubled

Mahatma Gandhi, race and caste

During the course of agitation ‘Black lives matter’ some protestors defaced the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in US.

The cartographic route to deeper strategic partnerships

In recent years, India has developed close strategic partnerships with the United States of America (USA), Japan and

China-India tension stands in the way of 'Next Asia'

'Next Asia' is not just a slogan, this reality has also become clear in the world economy. Now

The day which brought the light of hope for North Bengal in 1953

Today is the 67th anniversary of Rajshahi University. The recommendation for establishment of Rajshahi University was made by

Commercialization and mechanization of livestock industry through exporting of meat, eggs, milk

Under efficient management and direction of the agro-friendly government, Bangladesh is not only self-sufficient in paddy production but

Machiavellian politics … and history

(On 5 July 1977, the government of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was overthrown by his hand-picked

Human rights violations perpetrated in Pakistan during May 2020 – Last part

21. Further, Muhammad Ismail’s wife, Uzlifat Ismail was denied from renewing her passport in November 2019 as her

America’s politics, presidents and would-be presidents

America can sometimes be an intriguing place when it comes to politics. And you notice that especially in

A stitch in time saves nine

Did you know that there are at least 26 countries in the world with a total population of

The Gatekeeper

It’s 4 am. I turned around to find my phone in the dark. Yup! It is 4 am. 

Dhaka University in the Bengali ethos

The growth of Bengali nationalism in pre-1971 Pakistan had a whole lot to do with the various struggles

National Budget 2020-21: List of priority changes

'For he who has health has hope; and he who has hope, has everything.'– Owen Arthur (former Prime

A bunch of seven golden sisters of black & white era in Hindi filmdom

It goes without saying that the drama is the representation of human life. Innumerable episodes and sequences spreading

Political economy of India-China border crisis

During the COVID-19 pandemic, enduring the recent tension between China and India over the border issue has become

Tough talking at the EU-China summit

On 22 June, the first summit took place between the new EU leadership team, headed by European Commission

Lives of marginalized matter: When will their suffocation end?

In Minneapolis, US an African American, George Floyd lost his life as the white policeman, Derek Chauvin, caught

The war is no solution -- Last part

India today is not the India that of 1962. India is as strong as the Chinese. The present

Moirang Day and Netaji Subhash

Moirang day is observed on 14th April. In 1944 on this day Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose declared Moirang

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