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Seven decades after the British left, a young Indian donning a hat uncharacteristically continues to stride on South

'She walks in beauty'

I love you for what you are, but I love you yet more for what you are going

Bhutan - The land of happiness

Bhutan, the tiny Himalayan Kingdom in South Asia with a population of 763,092, is very well known for

Discovering our intuition should be the order of the day

Modern era is the era of utter complexities. Leaving aside the complex situations we find that we must

A society grows great when old men plant trees

The people of any culture cling with fanatical tenacity to the specialness of man. They want desperately to

Significance and message

Bangladesh is a highly disaster-prone country. Particularly in the context of widespread poverty, disaster often assume great proportion;

South Korea's US-China conundrum

Seoul is being pulled back and forth between Beijing and Washington as the two compete for regional influence.

Legs? But where did their feet go?

It's all about English, or our skirmishes with it.A truck capsizes on the road. So what's

A politician is a statesman who serves the nation

"If you pursue evil with pleasure,the pleasure passes away andthe evil remains;If you pursue good with labor,the labor

Climate change: All talk no action

Awareness of climate change and the interconnected gcrisis is growing throughout the world. Protest movements led by Extinction

Democracy is damaged when people are afraid to speak out: Amartya Sen

Charmy Harikrishnan (CH): The world has changed a lot since your book Collective Choice and Social Welfare came

Why the left is continuing to win in Portugal

Closing Telejornal's election night coverage in the early hours of 7 October, Portuguese veteran news anchor José Rodrigues

They must be netted to face justice

Corruption is not specific to poor, developing, or transition countries. In western countries, cases of bribery and other

Sustainable development by jute eco solution -- Last Part

Over and above rapid climate change has put the very existence of the wildlife and living species are

Sustainable development by jute eco solution -- I

Sustainable and inclusive development strategy is the global objective for emerging economy. Bangladesh is aiming to be a

Genocide in Rwanda: International recognition -- Last Part

By that time Habyarimana, the Hutipresident of Rwanda, was clearly uncomfortable and was desperately looking for stoppage of

India-Bangladesh friendship to go beyond strategic partnership

At a time when collective cooperation in the South Asian body, SAARC, is stalled due to the indifference

Genocide in Rwanda: International recognition --I

During our recent trip to East Africa we could allocate 2 weeks for the holidays keeping family, business,

May it light up for the Hindu community in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a land of holy places, and large religious festivals. The Durga Puja is a celebration of

Kofi Annan: A successful man with humanity

The most popular and successful Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, died on August 18, 2018. In

October in modern history

There are moments in history you cannot quite forget. Or even if you do, they have a sudden

Bay of Bengal: Economic powerhouse of Bangladesh

The 'Blue Economy' is an emerging concept which encourages better management of our ocean or 'blue' resources. It

Lightening the white man's burden!

I fully believe that my readers will agree with my contention: that the great span of our world

Jammu-Kashmir's socio-economic development for peace and prosperity

The socio-economic prosperity which was standstill in Kashmir before 5th Aug, 2019, will start to sprint for being

The true essence of Durga Puja celebrations

This year's Durga Puja festival has started on October 4 and will end on October 8. In earlier

Inclusive and quality education for real knowledge

The aim of education should be to provide knowledge in its real sense, not mere certificates of knowledge.

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