Family ties, extra-curricular activities can prevent teens’ ‘gang culture’ By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 21st September, 2019, 20:27

Political goodwill can prevent this gang culture. All should remain careful so that adolescents could not be used in political meetings and rallies

Family ties, extra-curricular activities can prevent teens’ ‘gang culture’

29 million babies born into conflict in 2018: Unicef 29 million babies born into conflict in 2018: Unicef

Every parent should be able to cherish their baby’s first moments, but for the millions of families living through conflict


Kashmir crisis: How to read India's threat to Pakistan How to read Indian threat to Pakistan over Kashmir

Delhi and Islamabad both claim Kashmir in full, but control only parts of it - territories recognised internationally as "Indian-administered Kashmir" and "Pakistan-administered Kashmir"


Bangladesh bright instance of communal harmony Bangladesh bright instance of communal harmony

Discussants at a view-sharing meeting on communal harmony unanimously observed that Bangladesh has set a bright instance of communal harmony in the world


CIA unveils Cold War spy-pigeon missions CIA unveils Cold War spy-pigeon missions

The files reveal how pigeons were trained for clandestine missions photographing sensitive sites inside the Soviet Union


Horrific tales of Bangladeshi female workers in ME countries Horrific tales of Bangladeshi female workers in ME countries

Bangladesh embassies are dealing with these issues and discussions were held with International Labour Organization (ILO) and International Organization for Migration (IMO) representatives to raise awareness about the repression of migrant workers


‘Satota Store’ to help produce honest generation ‘Satota Store’ to help produce honest generation

The initiative of launching “Satota Store” (Integrity Store) of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) at educational institutions would help to produce honest and greedless future generation


Males will fully support females in domestic works, believes HR activists Males will fully support females in domestic works

According to a survey conducted by Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS), a working woman works two times more than a man


Community clinics delivering welfare-seeming services Community clinics delivering welfare-seeming services

The government has a plan to build 1000 more clinics across the country with a provision of normal birth delivery room


Obituary: Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's first post-independence leader Obituary: Robert Mugabe

Despite his brutal treatment of political opponents, and his economic mismanagement, he continued to attract the support of other African leaders who saw him as a hero of the fight against colonial rule


Early childhood education for unprivileged urban children stressed Early childhood education for unprivileged urban children stressed

As part of UNICEF supported ‘Early Learning for Child Development Project’, the BSA is running ‘Early Learning Centers’ in 10 Wards of Rangpur City Corporation 


Female workers are on rise in EPZs Female workers are on rise in EPZs

Many female workers are also holding leading positions in many renowned factories in the country’s eight industrial enclaves


Early marriage threatens lives, well-being and future of girls Early marriage threatens lives, well-being and future of girls

Child marriage robs girls of their childhood and threatens their lives and health


Successful journey of a determined woman Successful journey of a determined woman

This is the story of Sima Khan, a resident of North Kazipara in Dhaka


Shishu Paribar children’s safe haven Shishu Paribar children’s safe haven

The government is running many Sarkari Shishu Paribar (State Children Home) across the country through the Department of Social Services (DSS) to provide supports to orphans, destitute, disabled children


Chinese army veteran's fight to reunite with family in India Chinese army veteran's fight to reunite with family in India

Wang Qi was captured in 1963 after he strayed into the Indian territory. He spent years jailed in Rajasthan, UP and Punjab


Nupur returns home after successful minimally invasive cardiac surgery at NICVD Successful minimally invasive cardiac surgery at NICVD

The 12-year-old girl Nupur returned home after a successful minimally invasive cardiac surgery at the National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases 


Bangladeshi student becomes champion in Int’l arithmetic competition Bangladeshi student becomes champion in Int’l arithmetic competition

The competition was held at Marco Polo Hotel, Foshan in China on July 20


Amazon fires: Angola and DR Congo 'have more blazes' Where there are more fires than the Amazon

The issue has got people checking out Nasa's maps of fires around the world


Imran Khan: A year facing Pakistan’s harsh realities The many faces of Imran Khan

His biggest challenge was to save an economy facing a balance of payments crisis


What is the G7 summit and what does it do? What is the G7 summit and what does it do?

The initial group of six first met in 1975 "to exchange ideas on possible solutions" to a global economic crisis


The Amazon is on fire - how bad is it? The Amazon is on fire - how bad is it?

Thousands of fires are ravaging the Amazon rainforest in Brazil - the most intense blazes for almost a decade


Vocational education, training  address root causes of terrorism in Xinjiang Vocational education, training address root causes of terrorism in Xinjiang

Vocational education and training centers have been addressing the root causes of terrorism in Xinjiang


India's move on Kashmir spells trouble for other states Kashmir move spells trouble for other Indian states

The new union territories (Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh) will be ruled directly from Delhi.


Kashmir: A priority for British Asians? Kashmir: A priority for British Asians?

The protest has come as Indian PM Narendra Modi said his decision to strip Indian-administered Kashmir of its special status


How could China intervene in Hong Kong protests? Hong Kong protests: How could China intervene?

The Chinese government has strongly criticised the protesters, but many are wondering whether it will eventually lose patience and take more direct action


Article 370: Has India bitten off more than it can chew in Kashmir? Has India bitten off more than it can chew in Kashmir?

The "reorganisation" of Jammu and Kashmir also reflects a longstanding Hindu nationalist agenda


What do US Democrats want to do about guns? What do US Democrats want to do about guns?

Whether or not Trump bears some culpability, his reaction to these most recent shootings are further evidence of shifting ground on the gun debate


Simple ways to take care of your leather accessories this monsoon Tips to take care of leather accessories in monsoon

Moisture during the monsoon season can get accumulated in the leather and increase the chances of fungus


Hong Kong protests: How badly has tourism been affected? How weeks of protests have hit Hong Kong tourism

Hong Kong is part of China but its citizens have more autonomy than those on the mainland


Why I translate all of Trump's tweets into Chinese Why I translate all of Trump's tweets into Chinese

China blocks selected foreign websites, including Twitter, and the invisible boundary between the domestic and global internet is commonly known as the Great Firewall


Dengue dashes dreams Dengue dashes dreams

Hasan said moving without the help of others was very difficult for him. “How can I prepare for the exam?”


Nuon Chea: Cambodia's unrepentant perpetrator of genocide Pol Pot's unrepentant right-hand man

Nuon Chea, who was seen by some experts as the brains behind policies that led to a quarter of his nation perishing, died in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh on Sunday


Olga Misik: Russia’s ‘Tiananmen teen’ protester on front line Russia’s ‘Tiananmen teen’ protester on front line

The authorities are clearly getting very scared if they are consolidating armed forces from different parts of the country to chase peaceful protesters


Turkish government destroys more than 300,000 books Turkish government destroys more than 300,000 books

Regime says it is cracking down on anything linked to Fethullah Gülen, the Muslim cleric it blames for 2016’s attempted coup


Article 370: India's move on Kashmir will fuel resentment 'Modi's Kashmir move will fuel resentment'

India's BJP-led government has now unilaterally torn up that special dispensation


Ebola vaccine: Why is a new jab so controversial? Why is a new Ebola vaccine so controversial?

The only way to test it on humans is for it to be used in an outbreak scenario, as it wouldn't be safe to trial the medicine on volunteers infected with the virus in a clinical trial


Lyubov Sobol: The woman driving Russia's opposition protests The woman driving Russia's opposition protests

The young lawyer and popular video blogger is one of a group of opposition activists who have been barred from local elections in Moscow


Rookie jockey Khadijah Mellah makes history in a hijab Rookie jockey Khadijah Mellah makes history in a hijab

The Peckham teenager is the first Briton to compete in a horse race while wearing a hijab


Hamza Bin Laden: Is al-Qaeda still a threat? Where is al-Qaeda now?

Part of its new strategy has been to build local alliances, and foster a network of affiliates or "branches" in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia

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