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June 16 is the death anniversary of Chittaranjan Das, one of the leading freedom fighters and greatest sons

American tariff war against China will rebound adversely on the originator

American establishment and Donald Trump want to tell someone exactly what they must do or how they must

On World Refugee Day

Tragically, more than 71 million people worldwide have been forced from their homes and are in need of

Will RSS consider Pranab Da's Inclusive Indian Nationalism?

Dialogue is the core part of democratic process. The question comes; can there be dialogue between two opposite

A festival with difference

Eid-ul-Fitr is a Muslim festival that follows the Islamic calendar and marks the end of Ramadan - the

Talking about Bangladesh's success stories in UN

The people of Bangladesh started to rebuild the war-torn country's economy after winning the glorious Liberation War of

India-Bangladesh: What if BNP returns?

Bangladesh is gearing up for its general election in December, this year. With its two main political parties-the

Lubricating oil market trends and challenges for Bangladesh

Engine oils are made as per standard specification for particular uses. It is mentioned that specification does not

Lakshadweep - a set of pearls in the Arabian Sea

Maldives is a name which is known to most of our countrymen for various reasons. A sister SAARC

Singapore summit real test for 'Juche Idea'

History is often created in pieces... in the most unexpected circumstances. Or perhaps, under very grave situations. Sometimes,

Rainfall and economic development

Rainfall is very important for agricultural growth and economic development. Every year the country waits eagerly for rainfall

Putin's China visit strengthens Sino-Russia bonds

The President of Russia arrived in the People's Republic of China on a state visit at the invitation

Corporal punishment will exist where there's ignorance

There is a horrific misconception out there that beating children (corporal punishment) is obeying a command from God.

The Roza story and two friends…

A government school in Allahabad, a northern town of the state of Uttar Pradesh, in the early sixties,

The enduring power of democracy

In this past week, lawmakers in Spain voted out Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy over the issue of corruption

Bengal and the Bengalees

(Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das --- man of letters, political leader, spokesman for nationalism --- died on 16 June 1925.

Life then and now…

Change is a concept related to things both in concrete form and abstract in nature. In this world,

Of sharks and diplomats

(Lakshman Kadirgamar, assassinated in 2005, served in important positions in the Sri Lankan government. Admired for his scholarship

Iran, India and Pompeo's demands

Iran and India are two of the world's most ancient countries, and they have deep historical links. The

Living on a plastic planet?

Plastic was a wonderful material when first synthetic polymer Bakelite was developed using fossil fuels in 1907. But

All spark and no substance in Pakistan's coming elections

Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) completed its third term on 31 May, which marks

Digital transformation society and Bangladesh

The greatest economic shift human civilization has ever known in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This shift affects manufacturing,

The charter of freedom to the Bengali Nation

The Six Point Movement was an event marking a unique or important historical change of course in Bangladesh's

Awesome Obama could have done better

Hours after the globe-rattling election of a man whom Barack Obama has total disdain for, a man who

As Muslim world embraces Israel, Bangladesh's holdout threatens its 'moderate' label

Following Israel's stunning victory in the 1967 Six-Day War, the Arab League met in Khartoum, Sudan and unanimously

Mahbubul Alam isn't and won't be forgotten

It's hard to believe that Wednesday, June 6, 2018, marks the fourth death anniversary of Mahbubul Alam. Sometimes

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