200 Years of Vidyasagar’s Birth and Female Education By Chinmay Prasun Biswas | Last Updated: 29th October, 2020, 13:32

The progress of female education in Bangladesh is laudable, says Chinmay Prasun Biswas

200 Years of Vidyasagar’s Birth and Female Education

University Entry Test during New Normal Life University Entry Test during New Normal Life

The students of Bangladesh have been passing a very tense situation like the students of different countries


Economic disparity at the core of his political campaign Economic disparity at the core of his political campaign

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib wrote about the economic discrimination against the East in ‘The Unfinished Memoirs’


Bangladesh- Born to Win Bangladesh- Born to Win

Bangladesh as one of the twenty three countries in the world that will have positive GDP growth


 Familiar and Strange Familiar and Strange

In the pre-pandemic days meeting a friend while walking home was to stop, hug, and exchange words of joy


Are We Entering an Age of Pandemics? Are We Entering an Age of Pandemics?

Earth’s five previous mass extinctions have happened a long time ago


Bangabandhu’s Interaction with World Leaders Bangabandhu’s Interaction with World Leaders

Bangabandhu was accorded a red carpet reception when he arrived at the ‘land of the rising sun’ on 18 October, 1973


Bangladesh deserves better Bangladesh deserves better

Bangladesh deserves better and more importantly deserves better for its hardworking, honest and resilient people


Bangabandhu – The People’s Protagonist-31 Bangabandhu – The People’s Protagonist-31

Following the military takeover of the Government of Pakistan, Bangabandhu was arrested on October 12, 1958



Sheikh Russell: A Flower of Paradise Nipped in the Bud Sheikh Russell: A Flower of Paradise Nipped in the Bud

 Russell was born on October 18, 1964


Rape – Suddenly a Matter of Public Discourse Rape – Suddenly a Matter of Public Discourse

Rape of minors, school children, housewives and factory workers have suddenly become endemic


Bangabandhu Requests UN Secretary General for Repatriation of Bangalees
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Naturally, those Bangalees, staying in different areas of Pakistan, were passing their days in tension and misery- writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


A life-long fighter against corruption A life-long fighter against corruption

Bangabandhu was a passionate fighter against corruption both during his political journey and while holding the ministerial position


A Few Predictions for Myanmar’s Upcoming Election A Few Predictions for Myanmar’s Upcoming Election

The country’s upcoming election will be held on November 8


Ending China’s chokehold on rare-earth minerals Ending China’s chokehold on rare-earth minerals

The U.S. and allies can break Beijing’s monopoly on elements vital to electronics and national defense


Developing newspaper reading habit: Sheikh Hasina revisits memory lane Developing newspaper reading habit: Sheikh Hasina revisits memory lane

The premier has written an article revisiting her memory lane – how newspaper became an essential element of her everyday life and how she developed the habit since childhood


Poultry for Livelihood, Security and Better Health Poultry for Livelihood, Security and Better Health

Poultry farming is now treated as a profitable business for the farmers as the demand for poultry products is increasing day by day


M. C. College Incident and Dilapidation of Student Politics M. C. College Incident and Dilapidation of Student Politics

The present BCL central leaderships are chosen by the AL president considering their clean image at Dhaka University


Covid-19: Redefining the CEO Agenda Covid-19: Redefining the CEO Agenda

Regulatory movements in the cyberspace has been the subject of much speculation among CEOs, particularly those in North America


Sports under New Normal Sports under New Normal

In spite of the challenges of the Herculean nature, most of the countries of the world have lifted the lockdown strategy and open up almost everything that include economic, socio-cultural and sports activities


ULFA thrived with ISI backing during BNP-Jamaat rule ULFA thrived with ISI backing during BNP-Jamaat rule

Chittagong arms haul case has revealed that the state machinery of the BNP-Jamaat government had been allowing the ULFA activists to use Bangladesh territories 


Dealing with Data: Covid-19 Alert Dealing with Data: Covid-19 Alert

Adequate data collection also helps us make wiser choices on a national and personal level


Covid-19 vaccine: Understanding Production, Power and Politics Covid-19 vaccine: Understanding Production, Power and Politics

The total population of the world is about eight billion and since each would require two doses of the vaccine, the need would be about 15-16 billion doses

 


A down-to-earth leader A down-to-earth leader

The needs and aspirations of the people were always at the top of Bangabandhu's political agenda


Bangabandhu’s Perception of International Peace and Security Bangabandhu’s Perception of International Peace and Security

His human security paradigm involved human peace first--- Dr. Syed Anwar Husain


A Prayer on Her Birthday A Prayer on Her Birthday

Sheikh Hasina was saved to navigate the boat of post-Bangabandhu Awami League and to be the benevolent future superstar in the political sky of Bangladesh
 


Sheikh Hasina: Born to Succeed
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The political history of Bangladesh would find that Sheikh Hasina’s entry into politics under the extreme hostile environment marked by killings and political repression hitherto unknown was an epoch making event


Sheikh Hasina: The Change Maker Sheikh Hasina: The Change Maker

Hasina returned to Bangladesh on 17th May 1981 amidst uncertainties and risks


A Man in Forty Million Bengalis A Man in Forty Million Bengalis

Vidyasagar made a valuable contribution towards reforming Bengali education and thereby Indian education


Formation of National Investigation Commission Urgent Formation of National Investigation Commission Urgent

Independent commissions have been formed to investigate many political killings in the world


Incorporating Climate Resilience into Economic Recovery Package Incorporating Climate Resilience into Economic Recovery Package

Urban areas have become a hub of pollution due to unsustainable urbanisation, industrialisation and over population, writes


'Self-reliance is our goal' 'Self-reliance is our goal'

The Bengali has struggled for many centuries for the right to live a free and honorable life as independent citizens of an independent country


Bangabandhu’s Interaction with World Leaders Bangabandhu’s Interaction with World Leaders

Bangabandhu expressed his gratitude to those countries and peoples who had supported Bangladesh in its struggle for freedom, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


Social Stigma and Covid-19 Pandemic Social Stigma and Covid-19 Pandemic

On the other hand, the doctors and nurses have also become stigmatised as they feel shaky while taking care of patients with flu-like symptom and other health-related issues, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Dedicating International Day of Peace to Bangabandhu Dedicating International Day of Peace to Bangabandhu

This year’s theme of the day is ‘Shaping Peace Together’


Operation Clean Heart: Open License to Kill at Whim Operation Clean Heart: Open License to Kill at Whim

Heads of several thousand people rolled at the caprice of paranoid and tyrant British Monarch Henry- VIII, whose victims included two of his wives on trumped charges of adultery and incest


Association between Covid-19 Test, Test Positivity and Death Association between Covid-19 Test, Test Positivity and Death

The number of positive cases logically, should be dependent on the degree of infection in the community and much more in fact, on the pathogen’s infectiousness


Bangabandhu’s interaction with world leaders Bangladesh Becomes UN member

On 8 August 1972, with the approval of Bangabandhu as well as of his cabinet, Bangladesh had officially forwarded its application to UN Secretary General Mr. Kurt Waldheim seeking the UN membership


Skirmish between Intern Doctors and Patient Parties Skirmish between Intern Doctors and Patient Parties

The main intention of this write-up is to highlight the role of intern doctors in our healthcare system


China's Spirit of Combating COVID-19 Pandemic China's Spirit of Combating COVID-19 Pandemic

As the first country hit by the coronavirus, China learned some painful lessons from the fight against COVID-19

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