Opinion News | Daily sun | 2019-07-21

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


Some Thoughts on Education Reform Proposals
Some Thoughts on Education Reform Proposals

The government requires paying attention to a number of issues in the existing system, writes Pranab Kumar Panday

 

 


Widening Social Safety Net: Journey toward Zero Poverty
Widening Social Safety Net: Journey toward Zero Poverty

Social safety nets build household resilience to respond to shocks across the life cycle, key to building human capital, writes Bappy Rahman


Rohingyas: Forgotten or Written Off Rohingyas: Forgotten or Written Off

Diplomatically Bangladesh has been active on the Rohingya issue especially from the very beginning of the current crisis, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain


GWS and Preparedness against Climate Changes GWS and Preparedness against Climate Changes

Due to climate change, the temperature in Finland will rise, precipitation will increase, snow cover season will be shorter, writes Sakib Hasan


Thoughts for Father’s Day Thoughts for Father’s Day

There are great teachings in the Scriptures of every religions concerning respects for and obedience to parents, writes Reverend Martin Adhikary


A National Budget and the Prime Minister A National Budget and the Prime Minister

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina often makes sudden moves that even surprise her critiques and the general people- Abdul Mannan


PM’s Japan Visit Will Strengthen Partnership for Development PM’s Japan Visit Will Strengthen Partnership for Development

The two Prime Ministers, at the official meeting, have discussed a wide range of issues related to bilateral-A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


Tax GDP Ratio: Issues Related to Bangladesh Tax GDP Ratio: Issues Related to Bangladesh

Tax GDP ratio is a crucial determinant in assessing the vibrancy of the government to meet the various socio-economic needs -Dr Mir Obaidur Rahman 


Rohingya Repatriation: An Arduous Task Ahead Rohingya Repatriation: An Arduous Task Ahead

The issue of violence against the Rohingya people in the Rakhine state of Myanmar has drawn the attention of the world community-Pranab Kumar Panday 


Lessons for Dhaka from Mumbai Self-Redevelopment Project Lessons for Dhaka from Mumbai Self-Redevelopment Project

The self-redevelopment model, where residents rebuild their homes without a builder-Bappy Rahman 


Fanaticism in the Muslim World and its Eventual Destiny Fanaticism in the Muslim World and its Eventual Destiny

Capitalism and communism, during the cold war, to enhance their defence and stop the expansion-Mohammad Jahangir Hossain Mojumder & Pranab Kumar Panday


Sheikh Hasina’s Campaign for Rohingya Issue Sheikh Hasina’s Campaign for Rohingya Issue

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina time and again reiterates that Bangladesh can hardly afford to shelter such a overwhelming figure for a longer stretch of time, writes Sakib Hasan


Developing Bond Market for Infrastructure Developing Bond Market for Infrastructure

Bangladesh needs investment over USD 600 billion from 2016 to 2040 in infrastructure sectors such as water, energy, telecoms, ports, airports, rail and road, writes Mamun Rashid


Six-Point Demand: A Watershed in Our Glorious History Six-Point Demand: A Watershed in Our Glorious History

The economic discrimination towards the people of East Pakistan was Brobdingnagian, writes Anwar A. Khan


Bon Voyage and Happy Return Bon Voyage and Happy Return

Everyone wants to celebrate their Eid with their family, no matter how far that place is from where they live, writes Bappy Rahman


BCL Committee Debacle and Reform in Student Politics BCL Committee Debacle and Reform in Student Politics

The recent debates over the issue of the declaration of the central committee of BCL have made many of us think about the potentials of student politics in the country, writes Pranab Kumar Panday

 

 


Sustainable Development, Poverty Eradication and Human Rights Sustainable Development, Poverty Eradication and Human Rights

Living in poverty has been the fate of the overwhelming majority of the people of Bangladesh, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain


Prime Minister’s Eid Gift for People
Prime Minister’s Eid Gift for People

Bangladesh has been already on the running track of materialising her ambitious dream of being connected with Asian Highway, writes Sakib Hasan


University Expansion in Bangladesh Will Change Lives for the Better University Expansion in Bangladesh Will Change Lives for the Better

Universities have felt that the existing higher education system is outmoded, and it requires a transformation from the medieval concept, writes M M Shahidul Hassan


Abortion is a Crime against Humanity
Abortion is a Crime against Humanity

  Saqibur Rahman’s “Abortion in Bangladesh” published in Daily Sun on 27 May…


Zero-Tolerance or Zero-Sum Game? Zero-Tolerance or Zero-Sum Game?

The rampant corruption is a potential threat to establishing good governance, writes Sheikh Nahid Neazy


Successful or Not, Be a Person of Value
Successful or Not, Be a Person of Value

Violence in various forms is spiralling out every day everywhere irrespective of developed, developing or under developed states or society, writes A.K.M. Atiqur Rahman


The Japan-Bangladesh partnership for development The Japan-Bangladesh partnership for development

Saving money from their meals, Japanese students stood beside us during our liberation war, writes Sheikh Hasina


An Autopsy of Indian Parliament Election An Autopsy of Indian Parliament Election

The national security issue has been playing an influential role in all pools since the 1990s in India, writes Pranab Kumar Panday

 

 


Share Food with Hungry People
Share Food with Hungry People

In most of the cases, people who are educated, sophisticated, privileged and solvent waste food more, writes Jainab Tabassum Banu Sonali

 

 


Muslims enjoy full religious freedom in China Muslims enjoy full religious freedom in China

The vivid example of religious freedom of Muslims is mosques of China which are very vibrant and remain full of devotees during the prayer times, writes Md Enamul Hassan


Ease of Doing Business: Agenda for Structural Reform Ease of Doing Business: Agenda for Structural Reform

Bangladesh should improve its position in ‘ease of doing business’ ranking for attracting more investment, writes Bappy Rahman


Abortion in Bangladesh Abortion in Bangladesh

For years now, abortion has been a burning issue to debate on, writes Saquib Rahman


Institutionalising Democracy in Bangladesh Institutionalising Democracy in Bangladesh

With respect to the characteristics of individual rights, the democratic system protects individual rights, writes Dr. Akhter Hussain

 


A Shared Responsibility, Not Prime Minister’s Alone A Shared Responsibility, Not Prime Minister’s Alone

We are customarily accustomed to indulge in blame game culture not knowing even the least about fact, writes Sakib Hasan


Prevent Stampede during Zakat Distribution
Prevent Stampede during Zakat Distribution

It is necessary to debunk the attitude that accidents are part of “fate” and questioning the “act of God” amounts to challenging the almighty


University Ranking and Our Incapacity to Comprehend Indicators University Ranking and Our Incapacity to Comprehend Indicators

There is a strong possibility that our universities will fail to make a good score in the criteria of international outlook, writes Pranab Kumar Panday


Sheikh Hasina’s Homecoming and Story of Rising Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina’s Homecoming and Story of Rising Bangladesh

The country is moving towards tremendous development due to far-sighted leadership of PM Sheikh Hasina, writes Bappy Rahman

 

 


Fall of Brand ‘Muslim’
Fall of Brand ‘Muslim’

We must admit that the Muslim world today are divided and in disarray, writes Azaz Zaman


Heroics in Dublin— long walk to victory Heroics in Dublin— long walk to victory

 For the first time after many years Tigers played as a comprehensive team, everyone performing their best, writes Abdul Mannan

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