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World Cup Cricket Final: A Match for Ages By Samiul Hoque Chowdhury | Last Updated: 17th July, 2019, 14:01

New Zealand were favourites by the start of the 49th over

World Cup Cricket Final: A Match for Ages

World Cup Cricket Final: A Match for Ages World Cup Cricket Final: A Match for Ages

 England win a World Cup and for once the nation really was watching


Digital Bangladesh - a Story of Transformation Digital Bangladesh - a Story of Transformation

The government is aiming to post Bangladesh as the gateway for the digital world and has taken multiple initiatives to develop digital ready pool of talent, writes Zunaid Ahmed Palak


Governance at Union Level Governance at Union Level

Union Parishad is the lowest tier of the local government bodies in Bangladesh, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain


Ershad’s demise, peaceful ends of a dictator Ershad’s demise, peaceful ends of a dictator

Ershad is the second living military ruler in the world who became key state person and national politician even after capturing state power through military coup ousting a constitutional government, writes Md Ragebul Reza


No More Violence against Women and Children
No More Violence against Women and Children

The report has tried, through interviews of some human rights activists or organisations, to identify the causes responsible for all those violences


Destruction and Demise of My City Destruction and Demise of My City

In 1977 Chittagong Municipality was renamed as Chittagong Poura Shoba and in 1990 Poura Shoba became City Corporation


Silence Gives Perpetrators Impunity Silence Gives Perpetrators Impunity

"We are a suicidal nation because we do not know our basic rights which are guaranteed in the Constitution," says the writer


GPA - 5 or GPA - 4: What about Quality of Education? GPA - 5 or GPA - 4: What about Quality of Education?

Admission in foreign universities depends on GPA-4


Repatriation, Education and Occupation Can Resolve Rohingya Crisis Repatriation, Education and Occupation Can Resolve Rohingya Crisis

Rohingya people are deprived of fundamental rights because of wrong policy of oppressive military rulers who ran the country for 49 years


Dhaka-Beijing Ties Reach New Heights Dhaka-Beijing Ties Reach New Heights

Bangladesh and China are currently enjoying the best of relationships and that can be strengthened even further


Thought-Wheel in Summer Thought-Wheel in Summer

The rage of the wind in a storm or the gentle breeze; the sound and silence of the birds blend in as parts of the emotional orchestra within us


Dhaka, Beijing galvanize bilateral ties Dhaka, Beijing galvanize bilateral ties

Bangladesh and China— the two time-tested friends— always enjoy excellent relationship since the establishment of their diplomatic ties - Md Enamul Hassan 


PM Succeeds in Convincing China, Beijing Must Act Fast PM Succeeds in Convincing China, Beijing Must Act Fast

China also has to think in terms of its friends in the region who too fear instability if the Rohingy are not taken back to their homes in Myanmar by Aung San Suu Kyi


Please Forgive Us Rifat
Please Forgive Us Rifat

Where is the courage of the people of Bangladesh who had earned this country on the blood of millions of martyrs, questions the writer A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


Balanced Growth: An Imperative for All Balanced Growth: An Imperative for All

Bangladesh’s economic growth has been commendably and consistently high during this decade, writes Shaikh Rezanul Haque (Manik)

 


How do Westerners come to live and work in North Korea? How Western expats live and work in North Korea

North Korea researcher Andray Abrahamian, a frequent visitor to the country, estimates there to be only about 200 Westerners in the country


Save Rivers, Save Economy and Environment Save Rivers, Save Economy and Environment

Around 450 rivers have criss-crossed Bangladesh. But shortage of pure water is more acute here than any other parts of the globe, writes Firoz Al Mamun


Rifat’s Murder and Our Liability Rifat’s Murder and Our Liability

It creates burning in my heart when I observe that Rifat was killed in front of many people, writes Pranab Kumar Panday

 

 


Citizen-friendly Public Service: Achievements and Challenges Citizen-friendly Public Service: Achievements and Challenges

The success of Bangladesh government in transforming the country’s public services through innovation and technology earned global plaudits, writes Bappy Rahman


Status of Modern Housewives in India and Bangladesh
Status of Modern Housewives in India and Bangladesh

Bangladesh is striving for success in tune with the developments taking place all around Western World, writes Sujayendra Das


Monitoring Of Education Budget Is Important Monitoring Of Education Budget Is Important

Much of our future depends on how we manage our education system, writes Prof. Quazi Faruque Ahmed


SDGs, Climate Change and Human Rights in Bangladesh SDGs, Climate Change and Human Rights in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is one of the frontline states exposed to all kinds of negative impacts, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain


The Rohingya Issue: A Test of Chinese Friendship The Rohingya Issue: A Test of Chinese Friendship

In recent days, China has been involved in Bangladesh’s massive development works


Rising Trend of Killing at Open Places and in Broad Daylight Rising Trend of Killing at Open Places and in Broad Daylight

Hundreds of crimes are being committed in the country regularly


A Look Back at Cricket World Cup History A Look Back at Cricket World Cup History

We should not bring players' families, religions and political views while evaluating their deeds, writes Nasih Ul Wadud Alam


Prime Minister’s China Visit and Repatriation of Rohingyas Prime Minister’s China Visit and Repatriation of Rohingyas

At that time, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh would request Chinese President Xi Jinping to play an effective role in repatriating Myanmar’s citizens staying in Bangladesh


Food Adulteration Is A Silent Killer! Food Adulteration Is A Silent Killer!

The picture of the National Institute of Kidney Diseases & Urology (NIKDU) is the same as thousands of patients go there for medical tests and treatment


Additional Tax on Cement Will Hamper Country’s March towards SDGs Additional Tax on Cement Will Hamper Country’s March towards SDGs

It is evident that a quarter has planned to destroy the sector that produces cement, writes Firoz Al Mamun


Budget Revision for Reducing Inequality Is a Must Budget Revision for Reducing Inequality Is a Must

It is really disappointing to see that the allocation for extremely crucial health sector is less than 1 per cent of the GDP, writes Shazzad Khan


State of Railway Stations in Bangladesh State of Railway Stations in Bangladesh

Railways started functioning since 2nd half of 19th century in Bangladesh, writes Dr. Syed Nesar Ahmad Rumy


Sea-level Rising and Bangladesh Sea-level Rising and Bangladesh

There is a widespread consensus that substantial long-term sea-level rise will continue for centuries to come


Awami League’s Politics and Governance Awami League’s Politics and Governance

There is another tendency that the same people are getting appointed in diverse positions several times, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Digital Economy: Shaping A New Bangladesh Digital Economy: Shaping A New Bangladesh

Freelancing jobs include everything from computer programming to web design, tax preparation, and search engine optimization, writes Azaz Zaman


Birth Control Agenda in the Doldrums Birth Control Agenda in the Doldrums

The population of Bangladesh is silently increasing at a rate that may hoist cautionary signal No.1 in the very near future, writes Sakib Hasan


Yoga: A Complete Guide to Fitness
Yoga: A Complete Guide to Fitness

Yoga symbolises the union of body with consciousness, and of human spirit with supreme spirit, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali

 

 


Bangladesh Awami League – Resilient at 70 Bangladesh Awami League – Resilient at 70

June 23rd Sunday is the 70th founding anniversary of Bangladesh Awami League - Abdul Mannan


Actions against Terrorism Should Not Lead To Communal Violence
Actions against Terrorism Should Not Lead To Communal Violence

While analysing the ongoing violent activities in Sri Lanka, it is clear that only the Muslims-owned business establishments and their homes had come under attacks of the Buddhist zealots, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


Impact of Industry 4.0 on Higher Education Impact of Industry 4.0 on Higher Education

The internet, cloud computing, and social media are creating varied scopes and challenges to formal education system at the higher level, writes Prof. Dr. Eaysmin Ara Lekha


Urgency of Family Bond
Urgency of Family Bond

As human we have many relationships, obligations, sorrows, happiness, achievements and frustration, writes Dr. Protiva Rani Karmaker

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