Sonadia Island: Biodiversity Needs to be Preserved By Sakib Hasan | Last Updated: 22nd September, 2019, 14:07

Before embarking upon an ecotourism project, all we need to know first is the true interpretation and connotations of ecotourism, writes Sakib Hasan

 

 

Sonadia Island: Biodiversity Needs to be Preserved

Adolescence – A Delicate Bridge Adolescence – A Delicate Bridge

Secondary sexual characteristics of a person take place during adolescence, writes Dr. Zannatun Nyma


Bangladesh is India’s Natural and Strategic Ally Bangladesh is India’s Natural and Strategic Ally

During the nine-month Liberation War of Bangladesh the support of the people of India and its government was vital, writes Abdul Mannan


Why Pakistan Poking Its Nose in Kashmir? Why Pakistan Poking Its Nose in Kashmir?

The different militant groups in Kashmir are aided with arms, ammunition and training by Pakistan, writes Md. Iqbal Hossain Khan


Punish Travel Agencies for Human Trafficking Punish Travel Agencies for Human Trafficking

We know there is a clear cut difference between a recruiting agency and a travel agency or tour operator, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman

 

 


Declining Agricultural Land and Future Landscape of Bangladesh Declining Agricultural Land and Future Landscape of Bangladesh

Despite small area of land, the strategic geographical location of Bangladesh is highly significant, writes Noore Alam Siddiqui


Social Accountability through Citizen Voice and Action Social Accountability through Citizen Voice and Action

We cannot ignore the contribution of CVA approach in empowering women, writes Pranab Kumar Panday

 

 

 


Religious Harmony is Bangladesh’s Treasure Religious Harmony is Bangladesh’s Treasure

People of different ethnic and religious background have been living in peace for thousands of years in Bangladesh, writes Bappy Rahman


Amazon Forest and Bangladesh Forests Meeting the Same Fate
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Eco-system is treated to be like a global inter-connecting chain that directly involves the ecology of all countries of the globe, writes Sakib Hasan


Corporate Governance in Private Banks: A Need of the Hour Corporate Governance in Private Banks: A Need of the Hour

The bank is typically the most important source of finance and the main depository for the country's savings, writes Shaikh Rezanul Haque


Dengue: Sufferings, Responses, and Lessons Dengue: Sufferings, Responses, and Lessons

Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection causing a severe flu-like illness with symptoms like piercing headaches, muscle and joint pains, and fever and full-body rashes., writes Dr. Akhter Hussain

 

 


The Only Viable Future Plan: Rohingyas Must Go The Only Viable Future Plan: Rohingyas Must Go

The plight of the Rohingyas is similar to the Jews in Hitler’s Germany


Stop Procurement of Bangladeshi Passports by Rohingyas Stop Procurement of Bangladeshi Passports by Rohingyas

We believe that our authories are well aware of the people who are involved in these activities, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


National Justice Audit Report Outlines Effective Judiciary National Justice Audit Report Outlines Effective Judiciary

The recently published report covers data from January 1 to December 31, 2016, writes Md. Zakir Hossain


Demonstration of Rohingyas: An Emblem of Imminent Catastrophe Demonstration of Rohingyas: An Emblem of Imminent Catastrophe

Bangladesh government first considered the issue of Rohingya influx from a humanitarian ground


‘India can learn from Bangladesh’s success’ ‘India can learn from Bangladesh’s success’

India has been reluctant to accept aid, and insists there should be no strings attached – no advice is neede


E-health for Sustainable Development E-health for Sustainable Development

The country is home to 160 million people and majority of total population still live in rural areas


Our Moral Turpitude - Let Us Blame Ourselves Our Moral Turpitude - Let Us Blame Ourselves

Our condition as a nation has become  conditioned to  artificiality and  simulation, writes Md Khaled Bin Chowdhury


Debates on Uniform Recruitment Guidelines and Government’s Priority Debates on Uniform Recruitment Guidelines and Government’s Priority

The university teachers have already tripped over in conflicting situation with the bureaucrats


The Assam Issue
The Assam Issue

The process of the new NRC started after the Supreme Court of India gave the go ahead in 2015, writes Mahir Abrar


Initiative for Withdrawal of Ban on Our Workers Initiative for Withdrawal of Ban on Our Workers

Honestly speaking, I was keeping a very good feeling about Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin from the very beginning of my assignment in Malaysia, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


Anatomy of BNP’s Wrong Politics Anatomy of BNP’s Wrong Politics

Ziaur Rahman rehabilitated the killers of Bangabandhu and passed the Indemnity Ordinance which proved his involvement with the August 15 carnage, writes Bappy Rahman


Fourth Industrial Revolution and Bangladesh Fourth Industrial Revolution and Bangladesh

Bangladesh is also experiencing the changes that are brought about by the fourth industrial revolution, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain

 


Arrival of Our Workers in Malaysia Arrival of Our Workers in Malaysia

We know that Malaysia is one of the countries that host large number of Bangladeshi workers, writrs A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


Bangladesh has adequate devoted specialised doctors Bangladesh has adequate devoted specialised doctors

It is the responsibility of administrative level to provide fund, materials and facilities to the technical level to work at ease to provide services to the people and give feedback to administration


Administrative Incapacity and Diminishing Image of the Government Administrative Incapacity and Diminishing Image of the Government

Over dependency of the administrative machinery on the Prime Minister has made the system of governance stagnant, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Modi’s Independence Day Speech: Making of New India Modi’s Independence Day Speech: Making of New India

Modi realised the water crisis in his country and assured the people of his decision to reach water in every house, writes Professor M. Matiur Rahman

 

 


Sheikh Hasina: A Survivor
Sheikh Hasina: A Survivor

The United Nations (UN) has already recognised Bangladesh as a developing country, writes Bappy Rahman


Politicians worth Remembering Politicians worth Remembering

The culture of opportunism started in Bangladesh after the assassination of Bangabandhu in 1975, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain

 

 


Travails of Dengue Outbreak Travails of Dengue Outbreak

Currently Dhaka South City Corporation has been simultaneously running four programmes in a single day for ridding people of the dengue menace


Why India wants to break its decades-old nuclear pledge Why India wants to break its nuclear pledge

Shortly after India tested nuclear weapons in May 1998, senior Indian officials declared India would follow a no-first-use doctrine


Teachers, Please Don’t Shame Us Teachers, Please Don’t Shame Us

Students with this proclivity and with huge knowledge gaps are admitted in universities


Is our banking system fragile by design? Is our banking system fragile by design?

The amount of classified loan that the banking system has accumulated over the last few years really worries the regulators and policymakers


Dengue Catastrophe: Upshot of Administrative Fiasco Dengue Catastrophe: Upshot of Administrative Fiasco

The dengue issue should not be considered an isolated and unforeseen one in the country


Bangalees’ Bangabandhu is Now ‘Friend of the World’ Bangalees’ Bangabandhu is Now ‘Friend of the World’

Bangabandhu chose his struggling life for and dedicated his life to bringing freedom of the people


Skilled Workforce: A Need of the Hour Skilled Workforce: A Need of the Hour

Skilled manpower is one of the most precious resources the human civilization has ever produced - Shaikh Rezanul Haque (Manik)


Indispensability of Youth Development Indispensability of Youth Development

Youth development is essential. They play a crucial role in the advancement of a nation. It is often…


Could the Tragedy at Dawn Be Avoided? Could the Tragedy at Dawn Be Avoided?

On 15 August, 1975, the greatest tragedy in Bangladesh happened when the Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, was brutally murdered in his own residence at Dhanmondi Road 32 in Dhaka


Partnership for Reinforcement of Social Accountability Partnership for Reinforcement of Social Accountability

The issue of social accountability has gained prominence among most of the donor agencies in the last decade, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Our Expectations from PM Sheikh Hasina's Cabinet Our Expectations from PM Sheikh Hasina's Cabinet

 Our existing laws are flawed and it’s time to make necessary amendments to ensure effectiveness, writes Ahnaff Fahmin

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