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Poverty situation in Bangladesh Poverty situation in Bangladesh

Both inclusive development and micro-level development will reduce poverty rate and help to build new Bangladesh without poverty


Indonesian female Islamic clerics issue rare child marriage fatwa Rare child marriage fatwa issued in Indonesia

The fatwa, which is not legally binding but will be influential, is issued after a three-day congress of female clerics in the country


Nuclear Power for Power-Hungry Bangladesh Nuclear Power for Power-Hungry Bangladesh

Bangladesh plans to have two large Russian nuclear power reactors in operation, the first from 2023


Caught in the crossfire Caught in the crossfire

Children are never responsible for wars and conflict, yet they are the worst sufferers


The Urgency of Ethnic Nationalism The Urgency of Ethnic Nationalism

Donald Trump won the White House despite — and partly because of — his disdain for Mexicans, Muslims and African-Americans


Unseen Enemy of Environment and Public Health Unseen Enemy of Environment and Public Health

Currently, there are nearly 21,600 cell phone towers in Bangladesh to meet the communication demand


Problems in transport sector and solutions Problems in transport sector and solutions

The real scenario is that there are many drivers and helpers who are under 18 and is blamed as one of the main reasons of fatal road accident


How to defuse the crisis with North Korea How to defuse the crisis with North Korea

Following a two-month review, the Trump administration has moved to implement a policy that emphasizes pressure including the threat of military force


Many questions surround over Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam's death Many questions surround over Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam's death

The death of Judge Abdus-Salaam brings several painful elephants in the room to the surface that we must address


The 'silent crisis' of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh The 'silent crisis' of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

Many of those fleeing have made allegations of murder and rape by Myanmar's security forces inside Rakhine State


1 million expats expected to leave Saudi Arabia under amnesty plan KSA amnesty plan doing good

Expats are also exempt from the exit fingerprint requirement, allowing them to return to the Kingdom at a later date legally


Teesta: 'India, Bangladesh fighting over a trickle' Teesta: 'India, Bangladesh fighting over a trickle'

Getting the share of Teesta water has still been remained a nightmare to Bangladesh


Long-Persecuted Rohingya Find Refuge, But Not Acceptance Long-Persecuted Rohingya Find Refuge, But Not Acceptance

Many of these refugees live unofficially in squatter camps near Cox's Bazar within a few miles of the beach


Pivot to the Indo-Pacific Pivot to the Indo-Pacific

Cooperation with like-minded countries gives India more space to emerge as a key regional interlocutor


Reimagining the Colonial Bengal Presidency Template (Concluding Part) Reimagining the Colonial Bengal Presidency Template (Concluding Part)

The first concrete and, for the region, revolutionary breakthrough occurred when the BBIN sub-regional grouping, decided to sign onto the BBIN-MVA

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