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Climate – greenhouse gases and albedo

Fatema Miah: Back to climate again. The Climate concern isn’t about the accumulating co2 carbondioxide emission only although it’s the main tackling topic. Climate is a multi factors subject matter it requires thorough research, analyses, study and knowledge application together with care, effort, action and attention. Previously, about a year ago I wrote article on the same topic ‘greenhouse gas’ ...

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POLITICAL DECENCY, COURTESY AND DECORUM

F R Chowdhury: By deciding to get involved in active politics, the politician gives advance notice of ambition for leadership. The number one requirement for leadership is knowledge. The knowledge could have been acquired through institutional degree, diploma etc. Knowledge may also be acquired through self-study and personal efforts to know things. I can without any hesitation give example of ...

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Bose – The Forgotten Hero

Fatema Miah: Time and again drags back to flip the history pages through. Bengali History is full of inclusivity of all subject knowledge from science to civilization, audacity to sociology. I wrote in my History book Unspoken that India is proud of it’s independent though that was possible because of Bengalis nationalism and persistent independence seeking and sacrifices . Bengalis ...

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Uyghur minority being executed

Fatema Miah: Not only Human right being violated, it is the case of an ethnic minority, human being, Uyghur tribe a minority group of people are abused and executed under political oppression by a large demographic progressive nation the todays advanced, worlds super power China. Checking from the consensus report of past decades, the population of Uyghur minority tribe of ...

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US border wall demand challenges

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: The partial US government shutdown began when Congress and Mr Trump failed to reach an agreement over a budget bill in December. The Republicans had passed an initial funding bill including $5bn (£4bn) for the wall, when they still had a majority in the House, but they could not get the necessary 60 votes in the 100-seat ...

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Half a millennium ago Britain to todays Bangladesh

Fatema Miah: Picking up from where I last left at the end of the Year. Here in 2019 with a warm wishes for a prosperous year. The todays Bangladesh is the most spoken and a hot topic of the new year. While here in UK the Brexit deal topic is a debate matter, also the Bangladesh election is another discussion ...

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     ABSOLUTE POWER 

By Munir Ahmed: As the maxim goes power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely, so let’s see where does Awami League’s absolute power takes Bangladesh in the next 5 years. No political analyst, the opposition BNP and other offshoots of National Oikko Front or even some of government’s own leadership could have predicted the election result to be so skewed with the incumbent and its ...

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Which is more democratic: UK or EU

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: The no-deal scenario strikes most as a dangerous plunge into the unknown. May’s deal appalls Remainers and is seen by most Leavers as the kind of document only a country defeated at war would sign. Lastly, a Brexit reversal would confirm Leavers’ belief that democracy is allowed only when it yields results favored by the London establishment. ...

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2018 all you need to know before you go

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Before this year even began, Chip and I had an idea in our minds of what 2018 was going to be like. We had recently announced that season five of Fixer Upper would be our last, mainly because our hearts and our bodies were telling us it was time for a break, and we knew we needed ...

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“Enemy of the state” – a fascinating phrase

Fatema Miah: Written in bold “the traitor who inspired Cromwell ”. Interestingly, also word radical used alongside explorer and prisoner. “ Enemy of the state” phrase intrigued me to read his historians writing. Fascinating historical chapters, and here Walter Ralegh was executed as a traitor on 29 October five centuries ago (1618). A man was once hero, a knight was ...

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