Work on All Fronts to Tackle Pandemic By Dr Tarek Hussain | Last Updated: 29th March, 2020, 11:14

The predication is based is on a number of factors, such as the increasing number of countries with widespread community transmission around the world

Work on All Fronts to Tackle Pandemic

Coronavirus: Suppression or Mitigation? Coronavirus: Suppression or Mitigation?

There are different types of coronaviruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases 


War Against COVID-19: The Chinese Approach War Against COVID-19: The Chinese Approach

China imposes the most extensive and most draconian quarantine in history


Hasina proves to be Mother of Humanity, once again! Hasina proves to be Mother of Humanity, once again!

Under the present unforeseen circumstances of a potential threat of corona spreading looming in the country, our PM used her special executive powers to free the former prime minister


Independence Day in a Different Perspective Independence Day in a Different Perspective

On this day, in 1971, the independence of the country was declared by the Father of the Nation just before he was to be taken into custody by the Pakistani occupation forces


Sheikh Hasina shows rare humanity PM shows rare humanity

The prime minister uses a provision for the first time in Bangladesh’s 49-year-old history to free her main political opponent of over three decades proving that she is indeed the “Mother of Humanity”


Black Night of History: Its Recognition as Genocide Black Night of History: Its Recognition as Genocide

On the fateful night of March 25, 1971, the Pakistani dictator launched “Operation Searchlight” to kill Bangalee members of East Pakistan Police force, students and teachers and thousands of common people in Dhaka city


PM’s directive, military, medics, but who else? PM’s directive, military, medics, but who else?

The most powerful nations are finding it difficult to cope with a bug so tiny, yet so dangerous and the army, navy and air force would be performing as patriots like their commander


The Boy Who Became Bangabandhu The Boy Who Became Bangabandhu

Along with his heart of gold, Bangabandhu still had a childhood just like any other boy in the neighborhood


Coronavirus Pandemic and Aftermath Coronavirus Pandemic and Aftermath

The situation looks extremely grim and discouraging for the whole world including Bangladesh, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain


Don’t Panic, Stay Calm Don’t Panic, Stay Calm

This is true that coronavirus has increased sales in supermarkets


Value of Forest and Biodiversity International Day of Forests 2020

The theme for International Day of Forests 2020 is “Forest and Biodiversity - Too Precious to Lose”


Coronavirus Has a Silver Lining Coronavirus Has a Silver Lining

Coronavirus could be the catalyst that helps save more lives than it kills


Afghan President in Dhaka Afghan President in Dhaka

Afghan President Mohammad Daoud Khan arrived in Dhaka on 14 March 1975 and met with Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman


Bangabandhu’s Spirit Will Inspire Nations Bangabandhu’s Spirit Will Inspire Nations

Bangabandhu’s Spirit Will Inspire Nations Outside the borders of Bangladesh, writes Sir Frank Peters


Bangabandhu: Constant as the North Star Bangabandhu: Constant as the North Star

The North Star is the star by which sailors have navigated since ancient times, the star that guides them in their voyages, writes Bappy Rahman


Sk. Mujibur Rahman: The location of historical Bangladesh Sk. Mujibur Rahman: The location of historical Bangladesh

The source of such interpretations that are misleading may lie with the contrasting narrative of 1940s politics seen through Pakistani and Indian eyes both before and after 1947


Prevention is better than cure Prevention is better than cure

In offices, educational institutions and in social networks the call of the hour has been that our government must act now and that too practically without emotions or allowing any laxity


Corona Pandemic and Dismal Global Response Corona Pandemic and Dismal Global Response

Amid all these virus related infections and diseases, a new coronavirus - 2019 Novel (New) Coronavirus has been first detected in China


Mujib’s Bangladesh – No Looking Back Mujib’s Bangladesh – No Looking Back

Sheikh Mujib was killed at the age of 55 when his dream independent Bangladesh was just three and half years old


Women, Mother and Life Women, Mother and Life

Motherhood is defined with difficulties and pleasure from the moment a woman conceives


Reinforcement of Bangladesh-India Relationship Reinforcement of Bangladesh-India Relationship

It is no repudiating the fact that the ruling AL government has been maintaining a very good relationship with India, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


What We can Learn from Mashrafe What We can Learn from Mashrafe

Bangladesh still needs Mashrafe not only as a cricketer but also as Member of Parliament, writes Nasih Ul Wadud Alam


The unsung heroes who dare MP’s wrongdoing The unsung heroes who dare MP’s wrongdoing

The headline of the news was --- “BIWTA defies pressure, knocks down AL MP’s power plant on encroached land”


Defeating COVID-19, Building a Shared Future Defeating COVID-19, Building a Shared Future

The heroic acts of the Chinese people in fighting the epidemic have won admiration and support from the international community, writes Wang Yi


March 7 speech, a reflection of Bangabandhu as a man of peace March 7 speech, a reflection of Bangabandhu as a man of peace

A large part of his speech detailed his efforts to convince the Pakistanis to avert any wrongful move to help end the crisis peacefully and without any bloodshed

 

 

 


Public Service and Human Rights Public Service and Human Rights

The Constitution of Bangladesh framed and adopted in 1972 incorporated the fundamental rights of its citizens


Impact of Coronavirus on Our RMG Sector Impact of Coronavirus on Our RMG Sector

This dreadful virus is not only causing humanitarian disaster; but also affecting the world economy on a large scale 


Bengali as a Thriving Language that Wins Hearts Bengali as a Thriving Language that Wins Hearts

Now people belonging to other nationalities are also learning Bengali and even doing research in it


Bangladesh Leading Asia's Development Race Bangladesh Leading Asia's Development Race

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been specially invited to participate in the inaugural ceremony of Mujib Barsho later this month, says Harsh Vardhan Shringla


Set up a National Qualifications Framework Set up a National Qualifications Framework

In this context, Bangladesh needs to have a national qualifications framework for confirming quality education at all levels to compete with others in today’s competitive world


We Need Evidence, Not Prejudice, to Beat COVID-19 We Need Evidence, Not Prejudice, to Beat COVID-19

From an international perspective, there are three locations which are particularly worrying


Spread of Coronavirus: Are We Prepared? Spread of Coronavirus: Are We Prepared?

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV)


Bangla Is Not a Smart Language! Bangla Is Not a Smart Language!

The language movement is seen as the beginning of a long struggle to establish a nation state of Bangla speaking people and finally the Liberation War of 1971 


Language Movement and Emergence of Bangladesh Language Movement and Emergence of Bangladesh

The 21st February is a land-mark day in the history of Bangladesh, a day that we celebrate every year with fondest love 


Bangabandhu’s Interaction with World Leaders Bangabandhu at OIC Summit in Lahore

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman attended the OIC Summit held in Lahore on 24 February 1974


Coronavirus (COVID-19): ‘Wuhan, Jiayou’! Coronavirus (COVID-19): ‘Wuhan, Jiayou’!

Wuhan, a city of 11 million people in Hubei province has been on lockdown since 23 January


CAT for Universities: A Recipe for Disaster (?) CAT for Universities: A Recipe for Disaster (?)

Some people present the medical college admission test as a success story for the CAT


Break the deadlock on the meaning of secularism, writes Mark Tully Break the deadlock on the meaning of secularism, writes Mark Tully

Why is there a deadlock between the BJP and the Congress view of secularism? Why is there no meaningful debate among politicians on this fundamental issue


How Bangladesh is outperforming India, writes Karan Thapar How Bangladesh is outperforming India, writes Thapar

Bangladesh is growing at a rate that we in India can only envy and hope to achieve two or three years down the road. Whilst we slip below 5%, Bangladesh is racing ahead at 8%

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