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DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS ABOUT EID UL-FITR

Rayhan Ahmed Topader : The day of Eid-ul-Fitr marks the conclusion of the holy month of Ramadan and the beginning of the month of Shawwal.From this day,Muslims are absolved of their obligation to fast and can contin ue living as normal.To commemor ate the end of Ramadan,the feast of Eid-ul-Fitr lasts for three days, feast during which Musli m get ...

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HAVEN FOR CRIMINALS?

F R Chowdhury I made a “google search” to see if there is any international instrument specifically against money laundering. I could not find what I was looking for but I found a list of three international treaties that relate to similar things. They are – 1.    UN Convention against illicit traffic in Narcotics, Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, 1988; 2.   ...

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TWENTY THIRD JUNE IS NOT JUST ABOUT OUT OR IN.IT SHAPES IDENTITY

Rayhan Ahmed Topader  : Who do you trust?As we hurtle towards referendum day-it’s too late if you don’t register today-a poll suggests we will listen to family,friends,peers,colleagues first, followed by academics and heads of companies.Much lower down the list come journalists,and bumping along the bottom are politicians. It is cheering that we turn to family and friends, suggesting that we ...

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Should Muslim be apologetic for Orlando shooter?

By  Masud Alam : If your answer is yes, you are admitting that Islam is responsible for this fanatic psycho’s crime and he represents 1.6 billion Muslims around the world. This is how you are unknowingly blaming Islam for his crime. However, if your answer is “NO” you are admitting that Islam is not responsible for his crime and it ...

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14 Labour MPs on why Britain’s Black and Ethnic Minority voters must vote Remain

In an unprecedented intervention, 14 of Britain’s leading black and ethnic minority (BME) Labour MPs including Tulip Siddiq, Chuka Umunna and Keith Vaz have joined together urge BME voters to vote to remain in the EU on 23rd June. In a piece on the Guardian website, the MPs warns that the economic consequences of leaving “would hit minority communities hardest.” ...

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Proposed Citizenship Bill 2015: Its implication on us

Barrister Nazir Ahmed : The government of Bangladesh is planning to enact a citizenship law which will have serous implication for us, the dual nationals living abroad.  The Bill entitled “Citizenship Bill 2015” has already been approved in principle by the Cabinet.  It is now waiting to go to Parliament to be passed.  Once passed by Parliament, it will go ...

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Children’s allergy and Nature activities

Fatema Miah : This is as well as an interesting topic which is essential for all parents, carers and relatives of all children also for every individuals those who have direct or indirect contacts to children on personal or professional level best to be aware of such findings or knowledge. This topic drew my attention because decade ago I came ...

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EU REFERENDUM : DAVID CAMERON”COULD LOSE EU REFERENDUM OVER HANDLING OF STEEL CRISIS”

By Rayhan Ahmed Topader  : In campaigners say EU is being wrongly blamed for Port Talbot situation, as Brexit supporters target affected communities.Former Welsh secr etary Lord Hain said the Tories had shown abject incompetence’over the steel crisis.Photograph: Martin Argles for the Guardian Campaigners for Britain to remain in the EU have told” David Cameron that his government’s handling of the ...

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Foreign investment’s Future within Saudi Vision 2030

Dr Khalid Saad Al Habshan : Specialist in Corporate Governance and foreign business investments In the wake of Saudi Vision 2030 is a plan by the government of Saudi Arabia to change the country’s dependence on oil. Details were stated on the 25th of April 2016 by Prince Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud on an interview on Alarabiah channel. The ...

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