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Lansbury deserves better

Afzal Sayed Munna: Since September 2017 we Lansbury council candidates from Liberal Democrats has started our forthcoming election campaign and are really amazed with the support we have received from the local residents. I personally believe the borough as a whole and specially, Lansbury deserves better. We have been visiting local residents regularly and visited local business and community centres ...

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Global Human Rights Crisis

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: The 2018 index, published by the World Justice Project (WJP), gathers data from more than 110,000 households and 3,000 experts to compare their experiences of legal systems worldwide, by calculating weighted scores across eight separate categories. While Venezuela retains its unwanted position at the bottom of the index just behind Cambodia and Afghanistan the Philippines is this ...

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Change and efffect of Climate

  Fatema Miah: I apologise to readers for your waiting in anticipation for my continuous output of  research topic on Climate and sharing in articles for yoo readers read. I am afraid to disclose that I was taken ill to hospital for 18 days. With your best wishes du’as and Allah’s grace here I am back. Back to the topic ...

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Britain gradually moves away from the Brexit

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: A recently leaked memo from a consultancy firm has highlighted cabinet divisions over Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, while suggesting that the government may need six additional months to settle on a plan and to recruit tens of thousands of extra civil servants. The document identified tensions between enthusiasts for British withdrawal, including the foreign secretary, ...

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HYPER-ACTIVE MINISTRY OF SHIPPING

  By F R Chowdhury: Ever since the present government came to power, it managed to destroy the maritime sector of Bangladesh in a systematic manner. I must congratulate them for their speed and success. It almost looks like miracle that they managed to achieve their success in such a short period. I still remember, not long ago, when almost ...

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Educating all Children: Reducing Achievement Gap through Inclusion

    Afzal Sayed Munna: The word inclusion used widely at the FE sector to demonstrate providing adequate and appropriate teaching and leaning support to the schools. However, the practice and the application of the wide spread inclusion policies are absent in some ground of the educational setting as it was always difficult for the teachers to understand the value ...

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IN SEARCH OF A WHITE WASH & SOME CHEER LEADERS

  F R Chowdhury: Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) has been ruled by military dictators for a long time. In today’s world it is difficult for such a military government to stand at par with the governments of other civilized democratic countries. As the time went on, pressure started mounting on the military government in Myanmar to change. There was ...

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Bangla Language

Fatema Miah: Chapter 8, Book Unspoken. 21st  of February 1952 was a black day in the world’s history. The city of Dhaka was covered in Bloodshed. It is a remarkable Historical day. On the 21st of February in 1952 Pakistani Military open fired on a peaceful demonstration in Dacca. All Bengali educated and students were gathered and killed by Pakistani ...

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Effect of  Climate Change

Fatema Miah: Precipitation precipitation trends are specially heterogeneous and some already dry regions such as the Mediterranean land have been getting drier. Looking ahead global average precipitation is projected to increase. So, understandably the effect of precipitation varies, I.e,, Mediterranean dried more, and far below the equator, land  flooding on the same scale. A warmer atmosphere holds more moisture and ...

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When is a democracy not a democracy.

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: The tenure of Bangladesh’s current parliament, more than half of whose members were elected uncontested in a violent and disputed election in 2014, is coming to an end soon. And with a general election on the horizon, various diplomatic missions are stepping up their efforts to help things run as smoothly as possible. The American, British and ...

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