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‘Bangladesh Will Never Get Another Hasina’ ‘Bangladesh Will Never Get Another Hasina’

History beckons Sheikh Hasina to say ‘yes we have done it’ in 2021 when the country celebrates its Golden Jubilee, writes Abdul Mannan


Boy Buoys Bravery Boy Buoys Bravery

As a nation, we are very emotional and do not show restraint in most of the cases it is necessary, writes Shiabur Rahman


Let’s Stop “Bureaucratic Murders” ... Let’s Stop “Bureaucratic Murders” ...

We are tired of probe bodies as their reports are never made public, no steps are taken on the basis of its recommendations, writes Nadeem Qadir


Wish you a good sleep Wish you a good sleep

Fire service is aware that 98 percent chemical warehouses are illegal, but it finish responsibilities only by issuing warnings, writes Md Ragebul Reza


Terribly Tormenting Touch Terribly Tormenting Touch

Why do not we consider how torment a girl or a woman undergoes because of the sexual harassment she faces? writes Shiabur Rahman


Let’s Make Our Children Innovative Let’s Make Our Children Innovative

We congratulate the Prime Minister for her steps that students should not sit for exam until they cross the 3rd grade, writes Dr. Mir Obaidur Rahman


Imprudent Comments and Credibility Crisis of Election Commission Imprudent Comments and Credibility Crisis of Election Commission

The Opposition's demand for reform in the Election Commission will not bring a solution to the longstanding problem, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


What a balm for a chronic bruise! What a balm for a chronic bruise!

We are sure the footbridges will not help to heal the chronic bruise of transport chaos and the resultant road fatalities, writes Shiabur Rahman


Mahatma Gandhi would not have wanted a temple in Ayodhya Mahatma Gandhi would not have wanted a temple in Ayodhya

Gandhi was altogether opposed to the belief that a massive structure was necessary to spiritual faith, or to national pride, writes Ramachandra Guha


Why Hasina is important for the North-east Why Hasina is important for the North-east

The efforts of Bangladesh to be seen as a trustworthy, peaceful, cooperating and thriving neighbour have benefited India, writes Rakhee Bhattacharya


Strategic Planning:  A Catalyst to Win Competitive Advantage Strategic Planning: A Catalyst to Win Competitive Advantage

Strategic plans are those which are designed to achieve the comprehensive goals of the organisation to achieve its mission, writes Md. Monayem Ali


Achievements of AL government at a glance Achievements of AL government at a glance

Sheikh Hasina has been writing sagas of achievements with her capable leadership and discerning administrative prowess, writes Md Iqbal Karim


40 years of hard work have turned China into a powerhouse 40 years of hard work turn China into a powerhouse

The achievements in the past 40 years were no miracle; it was the hard work of more than a billion people that made it happen, writes Carl Benjaminsen


The gap between myth and reality in election finance The gap between myth and reality in election finance

Bangladeshis have long bemoaned the entry and subsequent entrenchment of 'black money' in their politics, writes Muhammad Syfullah


Tackling cyber security threats Tackling cyber security threats

There is a serious need to have more projects on cybercrime legislation, enforcement capacity building and training courses, writes Mamun Rashid


Hidden Cost of Grade Mania Hidden Cost of Grade Mania

Teaching should be classroom based that puts emphasis on learning skills to stitch the different elements, writes Dr. Mir Obaidur Rahman


Mother Is another Word for Love Mother Is another Word for Love

A mother accepts and welcomes the very life of her child, house the tiny body in her womb with maximum affection, writes Reverend Martin Adhikary


Scaling-up Adaptation Actions through Social Protection Scaling-up Adaptation Actions through Social Protection

There is a need for taking community-based adaptive social protection schemes to address poverty and disaster, writes Bappy Rahman


Global Transition to Hybrid Electric Vehicles Global Transition to Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Hybrid Electric vehicles will reduce 40 per cent of global light-duty vehicle sales in 2040 compared to 3 per cent in 2016, writes Md. Shahin Alom


Dignity of Labour Dignity of Labour

People are now realising that all types of labour are to be given due respect for a more prosperous society, writes Dr. Kazi S.M. Khasrul Alam Quddusi


Spiralling Cost of Building Materials and Mass People’s Sufferings Spiralling Cost of Building Materials and Mass People’s Sufferings

When a simple negotiable issue moves from one ministry to another, efficiency and commitment of the authorities comes under fire, writes Sakib Hasan


Bridging the Gap: Girls Potential in Bangladesh’s ICT Sector Bridging the Gap: Girls Potential in Bangladesh’s ICT Sector

Encouraging girls to pursue ICT careers can fosters technology sector, achieving extensive benefits for companies and the country, writes Alim Bari


An Elegy for Poet Belal Chowdhury An Elegy for Poet Belal Chowdhury

The only real comfort is that one of the best poets and writers have produced work that will stay with us for many years to come, writes Anwar A. Khan


Proactive Diplomacy and Rohingya Issue Proactive Diplomacy and Rohingya Issue

Any further influx either from any country should be thwarted through persuasion of a coherent foreign policy, writes Rear Admiral (Retd) Kazi Sarwar


Modern Indigenous Movements Modern Indigenous Movements

In fact, the movement by indigenous people outshines other social movements in many respects, writes Dr. Kazi S.M. Khasrul Alam Quddusi


Bangladesh: An Overview of Half a Century of Progress Bangladesh: An Overview of Half a Century of Progress

The government should ensure that people reap benefits of development and that poverty and unemployment be overcome, writes Farah Naz Sattar


Attack on Syria: Blatant Violation of International Laws Attack on Syria: Blatant Violation of International Laws

Today it is clear that the future order of society is in the grass roots, but the soil and sunlight are still up for grabs, writes Anwar A.Khan


Escalation of Sexual Harassment Escalation of Sexual Harassment

Women are susceptible not only to sexual harassment, but also to other forms of harassment in Bangladesh, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Don’t Call It Just ‘Quota Reform Movement’! Don’t Call It Just ‘Quota Reform Movement’!

It is now clear that someone tried to use the movement against quota to create unrest before the next general election, writes Bappy Rahman


Welcome Pahela Baishakh with Inner Offers beyond Rituals Welcome Pahela Baishakh with Inner Offers beyond Rituals

Life becomes more human with cultivation of aesthetic sense, but all these call for adequate knowledge and initiation, writes M N Kundu


Cooperation from All Corners Needed to Resolve Rohingya Crisis Cooperation from All Corners Needed to Resolve Rohingya Crisis

Considering the relationship with Russia, there might be enough scope to convince Russia to support repatriation process, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


Quota Revision: A Demand of Time Quota Revision: A Demand of Time

It is the time to scrutinise the quota system to consider revision on the genuine demand of students and civil society, writes Dr. Mir Obaidur Rahman


Parental Care Should Not Be Treated As Burden Parental Care Should Not Be Treated As Burden

We should keep in mind that if we fail to show respect to our parents, we’ll receive the same treatment from our children, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


People-to-people Contacts Make Indo-Bangla Relations So Special People-to-people Contacts Make Indo-Bangla Relations So Special

The close-door neighbours need to sustain and enhance the current levels of cooperation to serve our common interests, writes Vijay Keshav Gokhale


Invasions on Rainforests and Mechanism of Preservation Invasions on Rainforests and Mechanism of Preservation

Preserving and protecting the rainforests is a shared responsibility of each and every stakeholder of the planet earth, writes Sakib Hasan


Bangladesh Capital Market: Looking Back, Looking Forward… Bangladesh Capital Market

Though there might be fewer cases of manipulation, there are still chances of companies withdrawing from the market, writes Mamun Rashid


‘Imam, Tujey Salam’ ‘Imam, Tujey Salam’

One learned Imam, who interprets the real teaching of the Prophet, can ensure peace and harmony in an entire nation, writes Abdul Mannan


Bangladesh’s Development Depends on Development of Its Grass Roots Bangladesh’s Development Depends on Development of Its Grass Roots

If we cannot raise grassroots people's income, making Bangladesh a middle-income nation will remain impossible, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


Food Security Index Food Security Index

World food consumption as percentage of total household expenditure is 30, but it is 56 in Bangladesh, writes Dr. Mir Obaidur Rahman

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