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Prestigious College of Law Solicitor, Piya Mayenin, inspires the Community.

Piya Mayenin feels privileged to have studied both her Law degree (PGDL) and Legal Practice at the prestigious and best ranking College of Law that has shaped her into the confident solicitor that she is today. The College of Law which has made some of the country’s finest lawyers was founded in 1962 as the College of Law is the longest ...

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The minimum and living wages in Bangladesh

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader There was something from, I think Mill, quoted by Margaret Thatcher about how something was nonsense, nonsense upon stilts. This would seem to be an apt starting point for describing an insistence about wages in Bangladesh. The place is a poor country, we know that. There are also a lot of garment factories there, we also ...

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The Risks of Journalism in Bangladesh

A weeks prior I need composed an article regarding “digital journalism under threat in Bangladesh” when 35 online news portal has barred down by the government. In fact, not only digital journalism but entire journalism and journalists are in risk in Bangladesh. This year 5 years remembering of journalist couple Sagar-Runi. We haven’t seen any significant progress of their case ...

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Bangladesh must now search for an Impartial Speaker

  By  Najrul Khasru   On 4th January 1642 King Charles I, accompanied by a party of his soldiers, arrived in the House of Commons to demand the arrest of five members of Parliament. Speaker Lenthall in a historic statement refused to co-operate: “May it please your Majesty, I have neither eyes to see, nor tongue to speak in this ...

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DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF DEMOCRACY – I

  F R Chowdhury   We all know democracy means “government of the people, by the people and for the people” as stated by Abraham Lincoln. But there is more to it. There can be no democracy without freedom of expression, human rights, equal treatment and fair justice. There must be rule of law. However, rule of law should not ...

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February, and massacres

  By Fatema Miah Bengali Language remembrance Month of February fell hidden under Valentines assassination punishment. February the 2nd English calendar Month is full of Massacre tales draws attention to the Past stories of assassinations.  Now February highlighted with Valentine s Day.  After the long and heavy celebration of Christmas followed on New Year. From January people settle down to work ...

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The Risks of Journalism in Bangladesh

  A weeks prior I need composed an article regarding “digital journalism under threat in Bangladesh” when 35 online news portal has barred down by the government. In fact, not only digital journalism but entire journalism and journalists are in risk in Bangladesh. This year 5 years remembering of journalist couple Sagar-Runi. We haven’t seen any significant progress of their ...

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Language Movement of 1952 ; What makes us so proud as a Bengali

    ‘’A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.’’ Marcus Garvey. It is a challenge for us to let our present and future generations to know about our race’s past, our heritage, ethos and culture. The diaspora born and raised outside the mainland Bangladesh is bound to not to ...

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‘We want you to know you’re not alone’: why I went to visit a mosque

Visit My Mosque day helps educate people about Islam to combat rising Islamophobia. Readers tell us about their experiences More than 150 UK mosques opened their doors on Sunday for the third annual Visit My Mosque day, an event aimed at fostering a better understanding of Islam. It came after Donald Trump banned people from seven Muslim-majority countries and all Syrian refugees from ...

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Cyprus, a Bengal land

    What lies in the island country might not be too far from home Welcome to Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus. But is it really Nicosia or another Dhaka? A weird question, I know, but as soon as I drove into Nicosia from Paphos, a nice beach town, I started to wonder. In one part of the city, where ...

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