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Air Pollution and Health Hazards Air Pollution and Health Hazards

Reduction of number of deaths and illnesses from hazardous chemicals and pollution by 2030 is one of the sustainable development goals for Bangladesh, write Dr. Md. Moniruzzaman and Md. Mazharul Islam


Access to Justice through E-judiciary Access to Justice through E-judiciary

No person will have to stay unaware about the upcoming date of the case, writes Shaikh Md Mujahid Ul Islam


Thwarting Extremism through Educational Institutions Thwarting Extremism through Educational Institutions

Schools should create an atmosphere of tolerance and harmony, and engage with the community, religious and political institutions, writes Azaz Zaman


New Era of Bangladesh Army under a Dynamic Skipper New Era of Bangladesh Army under a Dynamic Skipper

The army is currently standing very tall in the world scene with pride and professionalism, writes Imran A. Chowdhury


Politics of Oath-Taking and Future of BNP Politics of Oath-Taking and Future of BNP

BNP should consider their political strategies if they really want to make their existence vivacious in the political environment of the country, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Disability-Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction Disability-Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction

Bangladesh has a long tradition of coping with natural disasters, both individually and through collective efforts, writes Bappy Rahman


Cyclone Fani and Disaster Preparedness Cyclone Fani and Disaster Preparedness

With more cyclone or flood shelters and timely alerts as well as evacuation, one day Bangladesh would be able to minimise losses incurred during natural disasters,Writes Nadeem Qadir


Our Security Concerns and Optimism Index Our Security Concerns and Optimism Index

Security is obviously a prime concern of the state and the government, writes Sakib Hasan


Birth, Rebirth and Demise of BNP Birth, Rebirth and Demise of BNP

Awami League the current ruling party in Bangladesh faced many severe crises since its birth in 1949, writes  Abdul Mannan


Surviving Cyclone: Some Steps That Can Save Your Life Surviving Cyclone: Some Steps That Can Save Your Life

In Odisha, there are 879 multipurpose cyclone shelter centres to prevent exaggerated loss of human and animal lives, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali


Recommendations on Health Problems of Bangladeshi Workers in Malaysia Recommendations on Health Problems of Bangladeshi Workers in Malaysia

Health is a revealing indicator for socio-cultural adaptability and work efficiency of the migrant workers-Prof Dr. A. H. M. Zehadul Karim


With the Wind
Relationship Spaces
With the Wind Relationship Spaces

Although Helen was a teacher, suddenly it felt as if her whole life had been spent with home-making, writes Tulip Chowdhury


A Reflection on Extremism A Reflection on Extremism

Many people are radicalised in online platforms. I saw the concerns on many parents’ faces with regards to their children’s obsession with gadgets,writes Nasih Ul Wadud Alam


Engage Our Own People Instead of Foreign Nationals

Engage Our Own People Instead of Foreign Nationals

The BIDA Chairman acknowledged the role of professional accountants in country’s economic development and assured his support in developing the cost and management accounting profession in Bangladesh-writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


‘Son Preference’ and Gender Inequality ‘Son Preference’ and Gender Inequality

At a time when baby girls were deemed as a source of shame, even buried alive, the Prophet (pbuh) came to rectify this grave wrong, writes Z A M Khairuzzaman


Historicising and Celebrating May Day Historicising and Celebrating May Day

Our honourable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has done a lot to secure working class rights.This is not a PM's job only to do everything single-handedly. If we do not remain clear on our side, we cannot blame anyone else, writes Sonali


International Labour Day Reflection International Labour Day Reflection

Labour Day gives us an opportunity to recognise the invaluable contributions that working men and women make to our nation, our economy and our collective prosperity,writes Anwar A. Khan


Dwindling Ideological Affinity among Public University Teachers Dwindling Ideological Affinity among Public University Teachers

one moot question is to what extent the public university teachers are derived by their ideological affinity as opposed to personal and group interest,writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Children’s Performance and Government Primary Schools Children’s Performance and Government Primary Schools

The process of mass standardisation through examinations takes away the uniqueness and curiosity of learning that contributes to the growth of well-rounded, critical thinkers. Moreover, exams do not take into account that intelligence is a spectrum, not static


Jihadist Activities in Britain Jihadist Activities in Britain

British policymakers and Britons now need to answer the question as to why they have been allowing the British soil to some individuals in continuing jihadist activities, writes Damsana Ranadhiran


“One Belt, One Road” and Globalisation “One Belt, One Road” and Globalisation

Globalisation also signifies a new paradigm within world politics and economic relations, writes Bappy Rahman


Recognise True Workers in Reorganising Awami League Recognise True Workers in Reorganising Awami League

The anti-liberation evils would strike back without any hesitation if they get a chance and we must not allow that to happen, writes Nadeem Qadir


Evidence of Shab-e-Barat in the Light of Sunna Evidence of Shab-e-Barat in the Light of Sunna

If a weak Hadith is not too weak and there is no a Sahih Hadith against weak Hadith, it is acceptable as proof of purity, writes Mufti Muhammad Shoaib


Rape: A Tool to Impose Power on Subordinate Rape: A Tool to Impose Power on Subordinate

The person who rapes actually not interested in having sex, but in imposing his power on the subordinates, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali


Trial of War Criminals Must Continue Trial of War Criminals Must Continue

The people and government of Bangladesh are driven by a purpose i.e. establishing justice to the worst war criminals, writes Anwar A. Khan


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


Be a Good Human Being First Be a Good Human Being First

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


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

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