Monday, September 21, 2015



Pneumonia is a form of acute respiratory infection that affects the lungs. The lungs are made up of small

Is an education TV channel necessary?

The recent announcement of a proposed new television channel dedicated exclusively to education is no doubt awe-inspiring (as rapturously

The last and the greatest

On the auspicious day of Eid-e-Miladunnabi we celebrate the birthday of the holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon

The glory of the Messenger of Allah

Fifteen hundred years ago, in the pre-Islamic era, the Arab lands were sinking in the quagmire of stagnation.

Inconvenient truths

Why should we not join a secret society with but one object: the furtherance of the British Empire,

Can Trump run for office again if impeached?

If US president Donald Trump were convicted by the Senate (upper chamber of the United States Congress) in

Hidden impacts of climate change among urban poor

Climate change refers to any change in climate over time, whether due to natural variability or as a

Untold moments of a November woman

I grab the car keys and rush out. The crisp cool air embraces me with full force. At

Young people need our support - We must seize this tremendous opportunity

Our world seems to be changing faster than ever - technologically, environmentally, socially - and in so many

The new anti-capitalism

We are currently living through the most dramatic technological and economic transformation in the history of mankind. We

Elegy for a patriot

As the War of Liberation rolled on in 1971, Khaled Mosharraf perfected the art of guerilla warfare against

The blood relics from our four national liberation war heroes

We experienced major losses to deadly assassins in the twentieth century. If we explore history milestones and events

Diamond jubilee of UN in 2020: Successes and failures

The United Nations is going to initiate the ever biggest global conversation and coordination among the member countries

Judiciary should be pivotal in the shaping of society

Judiciary plays an important part in the shaping up of constitution of any developing nation of the globe.

Importance of continuous assessment in education

Continuous assessment can be regarded as a method of ascertaining what a student gains from schooling in terms

US wants to unseat Maduro government in Venezuela

US sanctions pressure Nicholas Maduro government in Venezuela. While latest sanctions will strangle Maduro's finances, they are likely

Banning student politics is not the solution

Student politics in educational institutions has historical importance. History showed us that students, who had engaged them with

Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh's diplomatic debacle

Following the killing of 12 Myanmar security personnel by the Rohingya rebels on August 25, 2017, the Myanmar

Why we need to return to 1972

The nation observes Constitution Day today. On 4 November 1972, the Constitution of the People's Republic of Bangladesh

Studying English literature at Bangladeshi universities

The name 'English Department' has been widely used around the world for a long time, although scholars raised

The tragedy of 3 November 1975

Independent Bangladesh took a major blow in the early hours of 3 November 1975 when the soldiers who had

Rise up and salute the sun

The murder of a president, prime minister or other world leaders can resonate throughout a country. Sometimes the assassination

Relevance of thoughts before taking decisions

Human beings need to generate proper thoughts in life. This is required in each and every phase of our

Some November tales

It was a damp, drizzly November Ishmael talked about in Herman Melville's Moby Dick. Whenever the month, cold

Communalism is irreligious Selfish quarters hurt religious sentiments, grab property

Four people were killed and several others injured in a clash between police and local people in Bhola

China's complicated relationship with Central Asia

The closure of a mine in Kyrgyzstan, protests on the streets in Kazakhstan. The grand guignol of menacing

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