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Rohingya Refugee Settlement: Challenges to Peace and Harmony Rohingya Refugee Settlement: Challenges to Peace and Harmony

In the backdrop of various incidences, refugee settlements in Cox’s Bazar and Teknaf region pose challenges to peace and social harmony


Magnanimousness of a Nonagenarian Woman Change-Maker Magnanimousness of a Nonagenarian Woman Change-Maker

Each time a man or a woman stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against ailments


Morality Has Fallen on Evil Days
Morality Has Fallen on Evil Days

Many may contradict a number of issues mentioned in this writing, many may add more information


Participation of Elders in Society: Future Plan of Action Participation of Elders in Society: Future Plan of Action

The Ministry of Social Welfare might consider those plans for implementation whichever is possible and feasible


Status of Teachers and Quality Education Status of Teachers and Quality Education

It gives human freedom and best seat for keeping oneself much closer to knowledge


Colonisation Saga: Rohingya Tragedy Colonisation Saga: Rohingya Tragedy

In brief, Burma before British colonisation was a segmented territory ruled by several dynasties in succession


Rohingya Crisis repatriation best option: Swiss Aid chief Rohingya Crisis repatriation best option: Swiss Aid chief

He says the solution is only possible when all political actors agree on it and the countries (Bangladesh and Myanmar) have to come together


Facilitating Higher Education Facilitating Higher Education

The concerned committee should try to solve the problems, and in case of a difficult situation, seek opinion of the authority concerned


Rohingya Crisis: Can Bangladesh Meet the Challenges? Rohingya Crisis: Can Bangladesh Meet the Challenges?

The humanitarian crisis caused by the Myanmar authority’s ethnic cleansing of the Rohingyas has reached to extreme proportion


Rohingyas – New Palestinians? Rohingyas – New Palestinians?

Exactly how many Rohingya people resided in the conflict-ridden western  Rakhine (Arakan) State…


Male Dominant Criminal Justice System Male Dominant Criminal Justice System

Gender plays a critical role throughout our criminal justice process. We often see that, female offenders…


Sheikh Hasina’s UN Speech: Solution to Rohingya Crisis Hasina’s UN Speech: Solution to Rohingya Crisis

The Myanmar army has unleashed, with impunity, a reign of terror, aggression, ethnic cleansing, and genocide on Rohingya Muslims


International Genocide Law: Preventing Rohingya Killings Preventing Rohingya Killings

Prologue:  “…Any time you find the government involved in a conspiracy to violate…


‘Authentic Development’: Whither Bangladesh? ‘Authentic Development’: Whither Bangladesh?

‘Authentic Development’ is a fairly recent phenomenon within the development thought


Resource Generation from Local Sources: Union Parishad Perspectives Resource Generation from Local Sources: Union Parishad Perspectives

The Union Parishads (UPs) are the local government bodies for the lowest tier and are located in rural areas


Witnesses: Many Rohingya still trying to flee Myanmar Witnesses: Many Rohingya still trying to flee Myanmar

Many cross into the country via the thin sliver of the Bay of Bengal that separates Myanmar from Bangladesh


Potential Dangers of Rohingya Influx Potential Dangers of Rohingya Influx

The Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh have already created problems of food, shelter, medicare, water and sanitation


Myanmar Genocide and Trial of Perpetrators Myanmar Genocide and Trial of Perpetrators

Almost all of them urged for bringing the responsible individuals of Myanmar under trial in the International Criminal Court


Mixed Reactions to Suu Kyi’s Speech Mixed Reactions to Suu Kyi’s Speech

Her speech deserves to be judged in context with the indescribable situation in the Rakhine state that has totally damaged her reputation


Are Myanmar's Rohingya facing genocide or ethnic cleansing? Are Myanmar's Rohingya facing genocide or ethnic cleansing?

Their plight has sparked UN accusations of military-led ethnic cleansing, but French President Emmanuel Macron has said the attacks amount to genocide


Stronger Industry and Dream of a Developed Nation Stronger Industry and Dream of a Developed Nation

It is essential to organise training programmes to those employees who are directly connected with production and management


Yunus urges French president to address Rohingya crisis Yunus urges French president to address Rohingya crisis

Professor Yunus briefs Macron about the terrible circumstances under which 400,000 Rohingya refugees mostly women and children have fled to Bangladesh


Sheikh Hasina Deserves Nobel Peace Prize Sheikh Hasina Deserves Nobel Peace Prize

For the last many years, she has been pursuing a course of negotiation to resettle the Rohingyas in their motherland


US will forfeit trust if exits nuclear deal: Rouhani US will forfeit trust if exits nuclear deal: Rouhani

Rouhani says Iran could resume its previous nuclear activities which it has always insisted is solely to meet its energy needs


Global Bodies on Rohingya Catastrophe Global Bodies on Rohingya Catastrophe

The number of Rohingya children taking shelter in Bangladesh may reach 600,000 by the end of the year


Good Governance at the Local Level: Experiences from Union Parishad Good Governance at the Local Level: Experiences from Union Parishad

Local community’s active participation in the management of local affairs is essential for ensuring good governance at the local level


Rohingya Exodus and Genesis of Rohingya Rebellion Rohingya Exodus and Genesis of Rohingya Rebellion

The Rohingyas comprising indigenous, trader Arab diasporas and Indo-Bengal immigrant origins have been living in Arakan State for centuries


Rohingyas Condemned in Their Own Land Rohingyas Condemned in Their Own Land

It has opened its borders letting in thousands of Rohingya refugees enter Bangladesh


Where Is that ‘True Sanctuary’ for Rohingya People? Where Is that ‘True Sanctuary’ for Rohingya People?

Bangladesh has exhibited great patience and love for the cause of humanity


Who Will Prevent Myanmar From Rohingya Killing? Who Will Prevent Myanmar From Rohingya Killing?

The number has already exceeded five hundred thousands including the Rohingyas previously sheltered in various camps in Bangladesh


PM’s Bold Stand to Face Rohingya Crisis PM’s Bold Stand to Face Rohingya Crisis

It is a black chapter in the history of human civilisation which stands on the crossroads of destruction


‘Aung San Suu Kyi should tell the Rohingya that Myanmar is as much their home as it is hers’ Myanmar is as much Rohingyas' home as it is Suu Kyi's

Bangladeshi economist and 2006 Nobel Peace prize winner Dr Muhammad Yunus calls on fellow laureate Aung San Suu Kyi to choose the path of peace


Myanmar Conflict: Humanity cries over the lap of Naf Myanmar Conflict: Humanity cries over the lap of Naf

The Rohingyas differ from Myanmar’s dominant Buddhist groups ethnically, linguistically, and religiously


Denial of reality over Rohingya problem causing great damage: UN Denial of reality over Rohingya problem causing great damage: UN

He calls on the Myanmar Government to end its current cruel military operation, with accountability for all violations


Primacy of National Interests over Humanitarian Crises Primacy of National Interests over Humanitarian Crises

Now the pertinent question arises why Myanmar is being favoured in spite of its security force’s proven records of crimes against humanity


Myanmar Military’s Addiction to Political Power Myanmar Military’s Addiction to Political Power

Bangladesh is a poor country with highest density of population so that it cannot make room for such a big influx of refugees


Stronger Dhaka efforts needed over Rohingyas to avert security risks Stronger Dhaka efforts needed over Rohingyas to avert security risks

Experts think India and China also have crucial role to play to put pressure on Myanmar to resolve the crisis


Literacy in a Digital World and Bangladesh Literacy in a Digital World and Bangladesh

Over the past several decades, global literacy rates have significantly increased


New fires in empty Rohingya village raise questions New fires in empty Rohingya village raise questions

About two dozen journalists see the fires in Gawdu Zara village in northern Rakhine state on a government-controlled trip

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