Monday, September 21, 2015



Animal rights are as vital and valuable as human rights. Therefore, we need to be caring and gracious

A rare breed of human in present-day Bangladesh

It goes without saying that metropolitan cities can at once be unfriendly and almost un-welcoming. Still then, we

Mujib Year: A new commitment to acceleratenation's prosperity and dignity

The birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman will be celebrated in 2020

NATO existence under US dominance is approaching the end

The days of Imperial Dominance have gone long ago. The present world will not tolerate the dominances of

Castelo De Marvao - An unforgettable sojourn

Lisbon is the capital and the largest city of Portugal. It is mainland Europe's westernmost capital city and

Child pornography: Curse for civilization

Child pornography is becoming a terrible wrongdoing across the whole world. Child pornography is most often made by

Discontent against Chinese OBOR and other activities

China's One Belt One Road (OBOR) projects are facing hurdles. Though the country is giving an impression that its

Is US-China deal more than 'truce' for troubled times?

United States President Donald Trump and Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He are making final preparations to sign this week

America wants a world of feudatory states

Britain, Ger-many, France, Australia, Saudi Arabia… have lost their sovereignty to America and have become its client states.

America again under a war criminal?

George W Bush and Tony Blair together attacked Afghanistan and Iraq and committed things there that are no

The Bangladesh Bank heist: Lessons in cyber vulnerability

How do you steal a billion dollars?It takes time, planning, manpower - and capitalizing on your

Modi government has dented India's image abroad

When External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar, a seasoned diplomat who understands America well, declined to meet a US

Officers on Special Duty, taxpayers' money and bureaucratic makeover

The salary of the government servants come from the taxpayers' money. And every tax-paying and law-abiding citizen of

Liberalism and democracy- 2

Today, American imperialism all-over the world, enforce the same doctrine and suppress all inconvenient separate associations, transforming those

An unplanned nostalgic left turn by a hybrid

A Nostalgic Trip to the Manchester Building, Calgary, with its Hallway, through which I had Walked on Nov.

Hong Kong repression pushes Taiwan away from China

The repercussions of protest and unrest can stretch across borders. Events during 2019 have reshaped Taiwanese perceptions towards

'Censorship more covert, structural now'

Veteran journalist Sir William Mark Tully is the former Bureau Chief of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in New Delhi.

Bangladesh salutes Indira Gandhi

The political and personal role of the former Indian Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, in the Bangladesh Liberation War

Justice Murshed: The legend

I am told by a very senior journalist as well as by very elderly advocate that it was

When the great liberator returns home

Bangabandhu's Homecoming Day highlights a thrilling victory by Bangladesh's people over a demonic Pakistani regime. The crowd shuddered

Trump faces the greatest test of his presidency

As we begin a new year, the drums  war are beating louder than ever. Yet we too easily

Liberalism and democracy -- Part I

There is an essential difference between liberalism and democracy, based on two different conceptions of the relationship between

Blockchain in sales

Sales and business secret is now become a big threat in the open world. Business is a set

China cannot keep fighting shadow banking forever

Cause and effect. Action, reaction. As China cracks down on shadow finance, private companies and state giants alike

Winter and the writer

In Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale, Mamillus says, "A sad tale's best for winter. I have one/Of sprites and

Raising tax-GDP ratio: Bangladesh missions got a role to play

Our visionary government has already set a number of programs to earn the status of a middle-income country

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