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Bangabandhu International Airport Would Be another Milestone of Development Bangabandhu Int'l Airport to be another milestone of development

There is no reason to disagree that Bangladesh, in real sense, needs to build an international standard airport with modern architectural design


Consumer Price Index: Bangladesh Perspective Consumer Price Index: Bangladesh Perspective

It is pertinent questions that how people adjust with their living condition when the cost of living increases


Tax Collection: Its Sensitivity Tax Collection: Its Sensitivity

To be sound, a tax system must be economically efficient, inflicting as little damage as possible on the economy


Criminals among Cops Criminals among Cops

An unscrupulous section of police are involved in these criminal offences, it involves the reputation of the entire police force


Displaced Rohingya Settlements and the Plights of Host Community Displaced Rohingya Settlements and the Plights of Host Community

Since the beginning of the atrocities culminating into a humanitarian crisis more than 600,000 Rohingyas has so far crossed over to Bangladesh


ICT in Recruitment Process ICT in Recruitment Process

This piece, however, is not intended to recount the incidents of raping or gang-raping that seemingly have taken an epidemic turn in recent times


Choose Healthy Food to Keep You Fit Choose Healthy Food to Keep You Fit

It has been found that many foods, which are harmful for our bodies are also harmful for the environment


The real reason Muhammad Ali converted to Islam The real reason Muhammad Ali converted to Islam

Ali acknowledges that his religious journey began with a search for pretty girls and took a turn with a newspaper cartoon


Unlocking Potentials of PPP in Health Sector Unlocking Potentials of PPP in Health Sector

In precise, it is a long term arrangement between the government and private sector entity for provision of public utilities and services


Quota-based Recruitment: Impediment to Good Governance Quota-based Recruitment: Impediment to Good Governance

In Bangladesh quotas and viva voce are two main barriers to fair recruitment in the public services


Widening Income Inequality Widening Income Inequality

The widening income disparity between the rich and the poor is not a good sign for the economic health of the country


Rohingya Issue: When Humanity Gains Upper Hand Rohingya Issue: When Humanity Gains Upper Hand

The Bangladeshis humane approach and their prime minister’s role in dealing with the diaspora are being lauded far and wide


Disability – Blessing, Not Burden Disability – Blessing, Not Burden

The government has increased the rate of allowance for financially insolvent disabled persons to Tk. 700, increasing it by Tk. 100


Throwing Stones at Running Trains: Where Is Its End? Throwing Stones at Running Trains: Where Is Its End?

Hurling stones at the running trains is neither a rare phenomenon nor does stick to happen in a particular place


Politicians in Public Relations and Grassroots Politics Politicians in Public Relations and Grassroots Politics

Over time, political ideas continued to evolve in different parts of the world in different ways


CEC’s Remark: Act of Losing Credibility CEC’s Remark: Act of Losing Credibility

The Election Commission has been found active in advancing towards a credible and free election


Catalonia’s Referendum: Steps Afterwards Catalonia’s Referendum: Steps Afterwards

Time and again they made several endeavours for separating their homeland from Spain


Dangerous Online Games Dangerous Online Games

The Blue Whale Challenge is one such online game which eventually provokes the players to commit suicide


Hilsha Conservation under Co-Management System Hilsha Conservation under Co-Management System

Recently, Ilish has been accorded geographical identification (GI), meaning it is a Bangladeshi product


UN Poverty Eradication Day UN Poverty Eradication Day

The 2nd chart is a comparison between the percentage of poor families in the original survey in each of the 9 upazilas


Gandhiji Stood for Power of Practice Gandhiji Stood for Power of Practice

Gandhian concept of non-violence is not merely confined to resistance from practice of violence


Consequences of Rohingya Influx Consequences of Rohingya Influx

These groups of Rohingyas have been living under temporary sheds in different parts of Cox’s Bazar


Family Law: Interest of Women and Tangible to Intangible Legal Reform! (Part 1) Interest of Women and Tangible to Intangible Legal Reform!

The primary weakness in our substantive family laws of Bangladesh is the unparallel absolute, abnormal power


When Will Rohingyas Be Able To Return? When Will Rohingyas Be Able To Return?

Expressing deep concern over all forms of violence in Rakhine, permanent member China supported the Myanmar government’s efforts


For Student-friendly Environment For Student-friendly Environment

Traditional approaches still dominate such institutions in dealing with the students


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

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