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Importance of self confidence in life

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Self confidence is the path towards success in life: Self confidence is always regarded as the path or cakewalk towards success in life. We are well aware of this dictum right from our young days and that is still continuing till date. Nowadays with the advancement of days and time we find that complexities are creeping ...

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Psychology or Evolution  or random non-sense argument.

  Fatema Miah: I find this explanation offensive, shamefully disgrace to human race.  Although, I am not African neither black. In this era, after past centuries ill thought been recognised bias and wrong, what his about and why suck statement? A poster says Africans are human not any species, because no other species have hair like Africans. Africans are not ...

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Terror Arrestees   

  Fatema Miah: May began with terrorists connection arrests. In  year of 2017 terrorism has been in rise in UK as well as worldwide. The terror link arrestee in this month of May said were women. The age of the  women been arrested in connection with terrorism linking to ISIS are 18 and 19. 18 and 19 years old I ...

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THE DEFINITION OF JIHAD

  Fatema Miah: let’s re-iterate the definition of Islam is peace A lesson on subject Hudud of Sharia must be taught. Islam demands tolerance and forgiveness. The highest and first price for Jannah the heaven is the Tolerance. The First and foremost part of Jihad is self- restraining and refraining from retaliation. Terrorist Attacks been continues, that too in the ...

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Social Class division in Tower Hamlets and Political Lie

    By Afzal Sayed Munna:   Tower Hamlets, the borough we are very proud to live in, is UK’s one of the largest and fast growing home of diverse communities. Since 16th century till-to-date the borough has been a home of migrant populations and grown so fast with the enormous diversity with people from French Huguenots followed by Jewish, ...

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Is this the end game for Theresa May

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: To Conservatives, the Thatcherite 80s are what Venezuela is to the Labour left: an ideological model whose defects they are profoundly and instinctively reluctant to acknowledge.True, there has been no shortage of centre-right experimentation since the fall of the Iron Lady in 1990: John Major’s civic conservatism, David Cameron’s “big society”, Theresa May’s bid to persuade her ...

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UK and USA relation –  Trump versus Khan

  Fatema Miah: Donald Trump USAs elected president, UKs 1st line, top ally is USA and its President whacking off UKs key citizens with his wading wand.  Trump elected president of USA in this modern time, with his pre -modern  (unmodern) typical insolent male natured like attitude, throwing carelessly offensive memes and stiring up reactions. With such careless remarks and ...

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Is it provoking or manipulation

  Fatema Miah: Pakistani politician Nawaz Sharif  on Tuesday 9th January 2018 , before Journalists In Punjab House in Islamabad Pakistan mentioned Mujib. It is reported in Bangali newspapers and read by surely millions and I don’t see any question raised , discussion or contradiction let alone  to Challenge Pakistani manipulation. Nawaz Sharif’ made statement in Islamabad in Pakistan  about ...

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Tower Hamlets Failed in Education and Safeguarding

By: Afzal Sayed Munna:  Today, the great saying from Diogenes “The foundation of every state is the education of its youth” has been proved to be wrong by the tower hamlets school leadership and so called politicians. The report published on 7 April 2017 clearly indicated the areas of total failure by the school management and the ignorance of the ...

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BRITISHMADE BENGAL RECESSION.

  Fatema Miah: Bengali people were blessed with fertile land. Bengal was a very fertile land for rice. Only Bengal itself produced rice to feed most of the entire world’s population.  Between East Bengal and West Bengal regions, the rice farming fields’ had vast rice growing capacity. Frankly, amount of rice harvested from field of Bengal was sufficient to feed ...

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