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Don’t Kill the Pied Piper in the Name Of Islam Don’t Kill the Pied Piper in the Name Of Islam

Dr. Zafar Iqbal was stabbed in broad daylight in the presence of at least three policemen including his personal body guards


Repatriation of Rohingyas versus Genocide Issue Repatriation of Rohingyas versus Genocide Issue

We were expecting that Rohingyas will soon start returning to their forefather’s land. But the…


Relevance of International Women’s Day for Bangladeshi Women Relevance of International Women’s Day for Bangladeshi Women

Bangladesh is unique in that the country has been governed by successive women Prime Ministers since 1991


Higher Education, Higher Unemployment Higher Education, Higher Unemployment

The alarming rise of private universities like grocery shops has tainted the sanctity of higher education


Indegeneity for Biodiversity Indegeneity for Biodiversity

UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Victoria Tauli-Corpuz said that indigenous…


Curbing Corruption: An Imperative for Bangladesh Curbing Corruption: An Imperative for Bangladesh

By corruption is meant bribery, nepotism, misuse of public money for private gains and other such offences.…


Of Bad Loans and Bad Reporting Of Bad Loans and Bad Reporting

Capital adequacy is the primary indicator of the banks’ financial fitness and stability


These Days of Seventy One in Bangladesh’s History These Days of Seventy One in Bangladesh’s History

The War of Liberation of Bangladesh, the struggle for freedom of the Bengali nation, was started in this month


Many govt colleges face teacher crisis Many govt colleges face teacher crisis

Teacher shortage is severe mainly at colleges located in district and upazilas


Let’s Stop Shaming Each Other Let’s Stop Shaming Each Other

The necessity for women to become outspoken about their rights, imposed duties and imaginary limitations of our society both at home and outside


Bangla Should Be a UN Language Bangla Should Be a UN Language

A number of languages like Portuguese, German, Italian, Japanese, Hindi and Urdu are waiting in eager anticipation of being included in UN list


Election Manifesto: A Criterion for Establishing Political Governance Election Manifesto: A Criterion for Establishing Political Governance

Political parties are well versed with the electoral politics and the determinants of voting behaviour


Power of Language Power of Language

Bangla is not the only language in the world which was and is being threatened by other domineering language and culture nor will it be the last one


Political Parties Might Meet Foreign Diplomats Political Parties Might Meet Foreign Diplomats

Diplomatic relations are established once two countries reach to a friendly relationship


Bangladesh-India Cooperation in Economic Fronts Bangladesh-India Cooperation in Economic Fronts

India has also signed changes in a bilateral investment treaty with Bangladesh to give national treatment to Bangladeshi investors


Bangla in a Newer Context Bangla in a Newer Context

The multiplicity of cultures defining a nation’s identity can as well be discussed in relation to Bangladesh’s political past


Language Movement: A History Written in Blood Language Movement: A History Written in Blood

International Mother Language Day has been celebrated every year since February 2000 to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism


Bachelors’ Odyssey in Finding Living Spaces Bachelors’ Odyssey in Finding Living Spaces

Unmarried employees’ real odyssey begins when they practically take initiative to hire a flat or apartment in the residential areas


All in The Name of Islam! All in The Name of Islam!

Momena Shoma (24) studied in a high profile English Medium school and an `elitist’ upper end private…


Can’t We Bring Pakistani War Criminals to Justice? Can’t We Bring Pakistani War Criminals to Justice?

There are evidences that Pakistani military had committed genocide in Bangladesh in 1971


Reform Education Boards Reform Education Boards

The SSC and equivalent examinations have started across the country from February 01 and more than twenty…


Politicians Should Learn from Khaleda’s Trial Politicians Should Learn from Khaleda’s Trial

There are several criticisms from the BNP leaders as well as other corners of the society on the issue of Khaleda Zia’s conviction


Zia Orphanage Trust Graft Case: ‘None above the Law’ Zia Orphanage Trust Graft Case: ‘None above the Law’

Recently BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia landed in jail after a Dhaka court found her guilty in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case


Severe Concern of Roadside Parking Severe Concern of Roadside Parking

The most important point to take into cognizance here is the fact that most of the citizens of the mentioned countries are very law-abiding


Of Justice, Vandalism and Politics Of Justice, Vandalism and Politics

The news of conviction of the former Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia by a trial court to five years…


Create a Trained Workforce for Employment Abroad Create a Trained Workforce for Employment Abroad

There is nothing ‘gratis’ in the present world. We have to earn everything in exchange of our hard labour


Inclusive Growth: A Question of the Hour Inclusive Growth: A Question of the Hour

Bangladesh, over the years like many developing countries have witnessed rapid growth in the GDP


Increasing Solar Energy’s Contribution to Economy Increasing Solar Energy’s Contribution to Economy

Solar panels are found on the roofs of many buildings in Dhaka


What Does Business Need To Know?

What Does Business Need To Know?

Bangladesh is aspiring to adhere to the UN Guiding Principles, says the minister


Nationalisation of Educational Institutions Nationalisation of Educational Institutions

Since 2010 onwards, the government has pursuing a core policy of nationalising one secondary school and one college in each upazila by phases


Remittance: Not At The Cost Of Honour Remittance: Not At The Cost Of Honour

Bangladeshi female migrant workers returning from Saudi Arabia are alleging of widespread abuses and non-payment of salaries by the Saudi employers


Where is the Role of Foreign Diplomats in Our Election? Where is the Role of Foreign Diplomats in Our Election?

Foreign diplomats working in Bangladesh would send detailed report to their respective government about the upcoming national election


DMP’s Journey of Digitisation DMP’s Journey of Digitisation

DMP has been working restlessly for peace and security of the respected citizens


Lesson to Learn from Narayanganj Incident Lesson to Learn from Narayanganj Incident

Bangladesh Awami League (AL) is one of the oldest political parties of Bangladesh. The War of Liberation…


Social Business for Self-Employment Opportunities Social Business for Self-Employment Opportunities

The youth power has been the genesis of many a revolution around the world and ever our own first fight for language and independence


Hope for a Bangladesh without Leprosy Hope for a Bangladesh without Leprosy

Leprosy needs care for the whole person of the people affected by it


Who are the Haqqanis, Afghanistan's most feared insurgents? Who are the Haqqanis, Afghanistan's most feared insurgents?

Jalaluddin gains notoriety for his organisation and bravery, garnering attention from the CIA and a personal visit from US congressman Charlie Wilson


The Glass Is Always Half Empty! The Glass Is Always Half Empty!

Though newer countries are regularly being included in the list of emerging economies globally, the gap between rich and poor keeps on widening


Did Monetary Policy Help? Did Monetary Policy Help?

They also have a special responsibility in helping to create appropriate financial institutions and related policies to encourage investments

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