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Providing fake certificates and selling junkie fraud for selling pornography

The mobile court has sentenced a young man named Johnny Hossain (26) to 15 days in jail for selling fake certificates and selling pornography in Jhenaidah. On Sunday afternoon, the district administration’s executive magistrate Sohail Sultan Zulkar Nine Kabir gave the sentence. Jony Hossain was the son of Alauddin of old Hatkhola area in Jhenaidah town. According to the court, ...

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Rice prices have decreased in mills and quint

After the intervention of the government, the price of rice started decreasing. A day’s interval of business assurances, prices of mills and quintal reduced from 2 to 4 rupees per kilo. But the retail market still has no impact on the price reduction. However, in a day or two, market prices will start to decline in the retail market. The ...

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Time to resolve Rohingya crisis

Rayhan Ahmed Topader The ethics behind the humanitarian imperative is undeniably true.This protracted crisis facing the Rohingya indeed calls for immediate action. However, provisioning humanitarian relief without understanding and addressing the root causes of deep-seated discrimination against the Rohingya may only prolong suffering as the crises persist.The world has witnessed a renewed genocide in Rakhine State over the Rohingya minori-ties.Such ...

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The oil economics and land-grab politics behind Myanmar’s Rohingya refugee crisis

Rayhan Ahmed Topader Recent weeks have seen an escalation of violence against the Rohingya in Rakhine, the poorest state of Myanmar. A tide of displaced people is seeking refuge from atrocities they are fleeing both on foot and by boat to Bangladesh. It is the latest surge of displaced people, and is exacerbated by the recent activity of the Arakan ...

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MYAMAR MILITARY’S ADDICTION TO POLITICAL POWER

 –  F R Chowdhury Myanmar (previously known as Burma) is a vast country of 676,550 sq. km. or 261,217 sq. miles on the north-east coast of Bay of Bengal. Basically it is between Bangladesh and Thailand though it has also long common border with India and China. Its population is only about 49 million. Majority are Buddhists. Next large population ...

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Modern era and European history of turning point.

Fatema Miah We are failing to imply term ‘modern’  in Internationally justice.        At the fall of the last Germany dictator Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime, the British and the rest of the Europe woke up to birth of a new political reformation of what we call it a modern and fair political Society. However, the modern era began in 19th ...

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Global split over Rohingya crisis

Rayhan Ahmed Topader With Rohingya refugees still flooding across the border from Myanmar, those packed into camps and makeshift settlements in Bangladesh were becoming desperate on Saturday for scant basic resources as hunger and illness soared. Fights were erupting over food and water. Women and children were tapping on car windows or tugging at the clothes of passing reporters while ...

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FROM HEAVEN TO HELL

  F R Chowdhury     In my earlier article “Myanmar military’s addiction to political power” I tried to explain how the Myanmar’s military very reluctantly relinquished the active political power but still held on to the roots so that it can still dictate the future policy. It is keen to create some problem and keep alive that problem to ...

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History; religion, Genocide, power abuse and political misleading!

Fatema Miah Battle of Karbala According to lunar calendar, it is Muharram  after the Hajj month, the 1st month of Islamic Calendar Muharram is New Year in Islamic Calendar marked since the Hijrath (emigration of Prophet PBUH), and the Arabic name of Months has been followed down from the ancient Arab tradition of following the moon circulation on its orbit ...

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Boris Johnson denies Cabinet is split over Brexit: We are a nest of singing birds

Theresa May has said she expects Boris Johnson to remain as Foreign Secretary after he insisted the Cabinet was “a nest of singing birds”. The Prime Minister said Mr Johnson was doing “good work” heading up the Foreign Office as she arrived at the United Nations General Assembly in New York. It comes after the former London mayor issued an open challenge to ...

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