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Draft Citizenship Bill 2016 – At least unenforceable and at most Dangerous

By Piya Mayenin The draft Citizenship Act 2016 in Bangladesh has received final approval by the cabinet in February 2016.   It is not until recently that I have looked at the bill out of the uproar of Bangladeshi nationals and dual- nationals living abroad.  What I have found is surprising and hence this article goes over the main concerns. The ...

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A Call for the Review of the Proposed Citizenship Law of Bangladesh

By Najrul Khasru On 1st February 2016 the Cabinet of Bangladesh government approved its draft Citizenship Bill 2016, paving the way for it to go through the Parliamentary procedure at a suitable time. That procedure is yet to be initiated. Bangladesh being a unitary state with a static homogeneous population, its citizenship legislation should not generate, in the normal course ...

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If a devastating earthquake jolts Dhaka City

Rayhan Ahmed Topader Frequent tremors have resulted in grave concern among the general masses, especially those residing in Dhaka as they are believed to signal the possibility of a great earthquake. Experts believe that, big earthquakes follow the cyclic order. No big quake has jolted this region for the last 112 years. Earthquakes pose a great threat for the buildings ...

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Physical-science and happiness

By Fatema Miah  Endorphin: a substance in the brain that “attaches to the same cell receptors that morphine does”. Endorphins substances are released when severe injury occurs, often eliminating all sensation of pain. Works same ways for the emotional severe injuries; at the after mouth of a rage or exhilaration.  A substance medicinal-scientific named Myosin protein existence in the brain ...

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2017 — Britons then and next

  By Fatema Miah Here comes another new year 2017. I wish everybody a happy and prosperous New Year! May this Year 2017 be a positive, peaceful and productive year for everyone like Theresa Mays “a country for everyone”. Here we approached to the year 2017 dealing with 2016s consequences of decision on Brexit, we are standing on the threshold ...

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A Call for the Review of the Proposed Citizenship Law of Bangladesh

By Najrul Khasru On 1st February 2016 the Cabinet of Bangladesh government approved its draft Citizenship Bill 2016, paving the way for it to go through the Parliamentary procedure at a suitable time. That procedure is yet to be initiated. Bangladesh being a unitary state with a static homogeneous population, its citizenship legislation should not generate, in the normal course ...

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If a devastating earthquake jolts Dhaka City

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader Frequent tremors have resulted in grave concern among the general masses, especially those residing in Dhaka as they are believed to signal the possibility of a great earthquake. Experts believe that, big earthquakes follow the cyclic order. No big quake has jolted this region for the last 112 years. Earthquakes pose a great threat for the ...

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Physical-science and happiness

By Fatema Miah  Endorphin: a substance in the brain that “attaches to the same cell receptors that morphine does”. Endorphins substances are released when severe injury occurs, often eliminating all sensation of pain. Works same ways for the emotional severe injuries; at the after mouth of a rage or exhilaration.  A substance medicinal-scientific named Myosin protein existence in the brain ...

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Russian hacking in US election

Rayhan Ahmed Topader  CIA concludes Russia interfered to help Trump win election, say reports.Agency reportedly believes individuals acting for Moscow hacked Democrat party emails and gave them to WikiLeaks The CIA determined that individuals linked to Moscow stole Democratic party emails, according to the Washington Post.Saturday 10 December 2016 09.47 EST US intelligence agencies have concluded that Russia interfered in ...

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PLAIN TRUTH : Rohingya Muslims – The World’s Most Persecuted Minority –UN

Dr. Mozammel Haque 1.3 million Rohingya Muslims, who have been living in Myanmar (Formerly Burma) for generations, are one of the world’s most persecuted minorities, according to the United Nations. They have been facing intense discrimination, repression and violence. They have been subjected to all kinds of human rights abuses, including ‘killing men, shooting them, slaughtering children, raping and sexually ...

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