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Be a Good Human Being First By A. K. M. Atiqur Rahman | Last Updated: 19th April, 2019, 19:23

A society or a state without good people cannot develop well, even if it is rich in material resources, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman

Be a Good Human Being First

Change in Sudan – Is It for the Better? Change in Sudan – Is It for the Better?

Every autocratic government is bound to fall one day as general people hold more power, writes Nasih Ul Wadud Alam


The Despicable Violators The Despicable Violators

It is the authority to check the profile to determine the eligibility of the person in such a dignified position, writes Dr. Mir Obaidur Rahman


Recruitment of Primary Teachers and Some New Decisions Recruitment of Primary Teachers and Some New Decisions

Though we are not in favour of closing all the kindergartens, we also don’t want to see the current way of going primary education, writes Masum Billah


Self-motivational kits for tertiary students: A brief guide to purposeful destination Self-motivational kits for tertiary students: A brief guide to purposeful destination

Most of our frustration comes from comparison with the achievements of others without knowing own goal, writes Mokaddes Ahmed Dipu


Watch first, read later Watch first, read later

To avoid such disappointing circumstances, we should watch the film adaptation first and read the book later, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali


School of Jungle: Lessons to Learn from Lion School of Jungle: Lessons to Learn from Lion

Learn from a lion! Put out negative attitude! Rather, have a positive, joyful attitude and you’ll have positive, thrilled results, writes Azaz Zaman


Nusrat’s Murder and Our Shame Nusrat’s Murder and Our Shame

If the miscreants could be given exemplary punishment, we would be able to save many Nusrats in the upcoming days. Writes Pranab Kumar Panday


War, Martyr and Hopes … War, Martyr and Hopes …

Col. Qadir met the Father of the Nation in 1968 to pledge his loyalty to the great leader and to the cause of Bangladesh, writes Nadeem Qadir


Remembering K.M. Shehabuddin: An Intrepid Patriot Remembering K.M. Shehabuddin: An Intrepid Patriot

Shehabuddin and his colleague Amjadul Huq defected from Pakistan Foreign Service and pledged their allegiance to Bangladesh, writes Shahajahan Azad


Strategy to Develop Capital Market Strategy to Develop Capital Market

BSEC should make such provision that will encourage directors to pay highest possible dividend to shareholders, writes Md. Ashraf Hossain


Quality of Higher Education: The Paradoxical Feud Quality of Higher Education: The Paradoxical Feud

Should anyone expect the honorable President to spend around 150 of the 249 weekdays chairing convocations, writes M Rabiul Islam


None but a Cruel Society Killed Nusrat None but a Cruel Society Killed Nusrat

We must believe that only the responsible and conscious citizens can drive the bad people out of the civilised society, writes Sheikh Nahid Neazy


River Pollution from Dumping River Pollution from Dumping

Without a strong political will and strict enforcement of laws, it won’t be possible to stop grabbing of rivers, writes Bappy Rahman


Give Abused Women Protection, Respect and Justice Give Abused Women Protection, Respect and Justice

Such abuse of women is tarnishing the country’s image. Let abuse of women be treated as anti-state crime with tough punishments, writes Nadeem Qadir


Initiating Decentralisation for Reducing Casualties Initiating Decentralisation for Reducing Casualties

Whether we accept decentralisation or not, it is a fact that only decentralised governance system can ensure smooth management, writes Sakib Hasan


Expectations in Bengali New Year 1426 Expectations in Bengali New Year 1426

Despite all the success the country has achieved in recent years, new and old dangers threaten to derail its progress, writes Anwar A. Khan


Shubho Noboborsho and Promises Shubho Noboborsho and Promises

We need to take a vow to safeguard human rights of all irrespective of religion, creed and political affiliation, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain


Hope for the Sunny Side of Life Hope for the Sunny Side of Life

The year’s new sun brings new hope. And we are here to depict, as far as we can the sunny side of life, writes Atiqul Kabir Tuhin


Let’s Not Politicise Pahela Baishakh Let’s Not Politicise Pahela Baishakh

Pahela Baishakh is about forgetting all the class and religious barriers and celebrate the occasion together, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali


Demons Must Die and Civilisation Survive Demons Must Die and Civilisation Survive

Bangladesh may find it difficult to close down these madrasas but it can surely put a cap on their mushroom growth, writes Abdul Mannan


Instructional Leaders at Tertiary Colleges: Role and Challenges Instructional Leaders at Tertiary Colleges: Role and Challenges

Promotion system might be revised for effectiveness of their instructional leadership, write Md Robiul Islam, Protiva Rani Karmaker, Ashim Kumar Paul


What's the Secret? What's the Secret?

Be kind to all so that no one faces such embarrassment because of your excessive curiosity. So, live and let live, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali


Professionalism Is Important in Strengthening Our Diplomatic Efforts Professionalism Is Important in Strengthening Our Diplomatic Efforts

It is our expectation that the government would do whatever we need to strengthen our Foreign Ministry for better outputs, writes A.K.M Atiqur Rahman


One Brave Rana One Brave Rana

Rana’s selfless act is once again a reminder that the world is still a beautiful place to live in, writes Nasih Ul Wadud Alam


Rising Tide of Personal Data Breach Rising Tide of Personal Data Breach

Young users unaware that data on smart devices can be obtained by service providers and software companies, writes Md. Farooque Hossain


Al-Jazeera: Terrorists’ Platform of Choice Al-Jazeera: Terrorists’ Platform of Choice

The freedom of expression is obviously a matter of fundamental importance, but it should have a borderline, writes Abdullah Harun Jewel


RAJUK must face the court RAJUK must face the court

All kinds of illegal practices have become a way of life in RAJUK and must be brought to a stop, writes Nadeem Qadir


Role of Citizen Charter in Social Accountability Role of Citizen Charter in Social Accountability

Ground realities indicate that the implementation of citizen charter is yet to attain the desired levels of success, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Baishakh Allowance: Discrimination Leading to Discord Baishakh Allowance: Discrimination Leading to Discord

Now it’s high time the private sector employers make a prompt decision to introduce the Baishakh bonus, writes Sheikh Nahid Neazy


INSANITY! INSANITY!

If a woman is not safe at the hands of a male teacher, where will she go, writes Nasih Ul Wadud Alam


Development and Dispute Resolution Mechanism in Bangladesh Development and Dispute Resolution Mechanism in Bangladesh

Arbitration framework has to be more competitive, attractive and up to date in line with international best practices, writes Md. Mamonor Rashid


Ethnic Minorities in Bangladesh and Their Human Rights Ethnic Minorities in Bangladesh and Their Human Rights

The government needs to take more concrete steps for confidence building among the ethnic communities of the hill districts, writes Dr Akhter Hussain


Ambitions Are Affordable for Asia and the Pacific Ambitions Are Affordable for Asia and the Pacific

Enhanced regional cooperation would help the region offset external risks and build resilience by tapping resources, writes Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana


Green Governance: Where Bangladesh Stands? Green Governance: Where Bangladesh Stands?

The government should prioritise the growth of green Gross Domestic Product instead of GDP measured by the usual methods, writes Bappi Rahman


Festivals in Bangladesh: Promoting Integration and Growth Festivals in Bangladesh: Promoting Integration and Growth

The festivals in Bangladesh will be going to be observed with more fervour, fanfare and enthusiasm, writes Dr Akhter Hussain


Is Racism Rooted in Us? Is Racism Rooted in Us?

If a grandparent has two grandchildren, the fairer one should not deserve a better treatment because of fair complexion, writes Nasih Ul Wadud Alam


Strengthening Civil Defence for Security against Fire Strengthening Civil Defence for Security against Fire

The civil defence must come out of their mere ceremonial roles of observing the National Civil Defence Day or Week, writes Sakib Hasan


World Health Day 2019: Health for All World Health Day 2019: Health for All

Let's stop blaming our system and doctors and start taking care of ourselves and people around us, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali


Good Food for Thought Good Food for Thought

Over the time, Chinese leaders have taught the nation how to show law of the land the highest respect, writes Shiabur Rahman

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