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Peace talks brokered by Russia, Turkey and Iran have gone nowhere.

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Turkey warned the Syrian government of Bashar al-Assad that it risked a military confrontation with Ankara if it intervened in an ongoing war in the Kurdish enclave of Afrin, in a further escalation of tensions that hint at the possible widening of an already complex conflict.Reports emerged earlier that pro-Assad militiamen would enter Afrin to assist local ...

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Question why I don’t write about Bangladesh election

Fatema Miah: Warmest regards to every Bengali in Victorious December. In Bangla; Bojoyer ushno shuvecha People asked question why I don’t write about Bangladesh politics and specially about the approaching election in Bangladesh?. Bangladesh is in a might of right exercising political state and there is rivalry between two antagonistic political parties what is understood from the scenario of political ...

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CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

By F R Chowdhury: It was on the 28th of November, 2018 BBC news broadcast about a fine of about £2.2 million imposed on a bus operator for failure to carry out their corporate responsibility as evidenced from their corporate negligence and poor performance. The regulator did not mention the corporate negligence as the main reason for the accident in ...

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December:  Principles, values and festival -West – Bengalis

Fatema Miah: The Christmas vibe began with December.  Everywhere we see Christmas lighting, banners, decors, and presents reawakens the festive vibes in hearts and minds of people. Santa Grottos mythical legacy drives at forefront.  Shops and leisure centres been playing the 80s popular Christmas songs. Christmas is a seasonal traditional customery festivity celebrated by people due to being accustomed to. ...

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THE SECRETIVE DEALS

By F R Chowdhury: In the lands of absolute monarchs, people rarely get to know anything in advance. It is all decided within the royal family. However, even in countries like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar, things are now changing. These changes are inevitable for the continuity of the regime. What they now have cannot be compared with democratic principle ...

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Collaboration in business environment

By Taslim Ahammad: Business has always depended on the natural world and has had an impact on it. The relationship between business and its environment, both small and macro, is crucial in determining its success in the market. However, the evolution of the relationship between business and the environment from extracting raw materials to resource management to waste generation has ...

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Pakistan and Pakistanis again

Fatema Miah: I remained silent about Pakistan and it’s peoples attitudes about over biting with Islam love, country’s false democracy claim and Imran Khans winning into leadership. I tried not to write about Asia Bibi and Pakistanis matter, though the matter became not only international, UK Bengali Muslims got them selves involved in discussion and opinionated, compelled me to touch ...

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Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Rebels in Yemen announced Sunday that they would stop missile and drone strikes on Saudi coalition targets at the request of the United Nations.The development comes as Riyadh faces growing pressure to put a halt to the violence in Yemen after three-plus years of devastating war. We are willing to freeze and stop military operations on all ...

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Nuclear waste for future generations

Fatema Miah: Back to touch on physics again Electricity is a basic element of the century.  In our energy use we don’t realise the work behind it and the consequences it will lead to. The electricity is the result of work of physics and is the nuclear production. It is a fact that significant quantities of radioactive waste exist today ...

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Education right for everyone

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: The right to education is a fundamental human right. Every individual, irrespective of race, gender, nationality, ethnic or social origin, religion or political preference,age or disability, is entitled to a free elementary education.61 million children do not have access to basic education and 758 million adults in the world are illiterate because they have never got any ...

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