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Poverty and Education

By: Afzal Sayed Munna: The term poverty is defined in many ways and measured in a commonly used approach of relative income poverty. Often it has been defined in a conventional way where the line of poverty at national level is determined as the level of purchase required maintaining minimum level of calories. This was alternatively defined at international level ...

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Unspoken, Chapter 7

Fatema Miah: History doesn’t repeat itself. This old phrase has been repeatedly used that ‘history repeats itself’. This is human denial. As it is human nature of pressing their faults onto someone or something else. Repeatedly using the above phrase is another way of human disowning their own faults, by faulting the history itself, other than them. When oppression takes ...

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Guy Fawkes or bonfire  or winter  celebration

Fatema Miah: Whether History calls for justice or simply asking for a reflection it is very obvious how the world was in the past centuries, power abuse oppression alongside might exercising was right, and in that, one nations Hero was another Nations Villain. Who is Guy Fawkes? Every child in UK that the United Kingdoms and across the world those ...

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Corporate social responsibility

By Taslim Ahammad: Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a business approach that contributes to sustainable development by delivering economic, social and environmental benefits for all stakeholders. CSR research has blossomed in this new millennium due to the increasing concern expressed by policy makers about corporate social responsibility. The pressure applied on businesses to demonstrate high ethical standards; and for developing ...

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Ecology price – climate change

Fatema Miah: Our ecology is essential for our living; provides vegetation, photosynthesise carbondioxide into oxygen. Our Climate experts now have thought about to put a price on our ecology to compensate to the vaulnebles and those most effected. Our ecology has come under threat, and there have been damages caused to our ecology diversity vastly  since our western modernised Industrialisation ...

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New blue UK passports change affects price and lost its pride

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: The passport manufacturer De La Rue is set to announce it will challenge the government over its decision to manufacture new blue British passports in France. The company will formally launch an appeal against the decision to award the £490m contract to the French-Dutch firm Gemalto on the grounds that it believes it had the best offer ...

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Formation of Pakistan

Fatema Miah: Chapter 2, my book –  Unspoken. The  formation of Pakistan was in partial blindness of greed and ego, together with total inconsideration. A meaningless name was just randomly uttered and announced, by obliterating origins and ethnicities, by denying identification of civilizations, equally as well as being hypocritical to Islam. Therefore, the entire Country Pakistan is bearing the results ...

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Human resources (HR): Philosophy

By Taslim Ahammad: Many companies view HR as merely administrative process, with little or no strategic impact based on HR philosophy. While in a few organisations, it has shaped up reasonably followed by the philosophy. Most of them do not understand the HR philosophy and those few who do are unable to push the matter as they are caught up ...

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Wars extended by diplomatic irregularity

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Since Israel was created in 1948 the United States has been the region’s crucial actor. US presidents have brokered peace deals, provided Israel with security guarantees and the Palestinians with reassurance that they have not been abandoned. Washington stood ready to douse a fire if the dry tinder of rage and discontent in the Holy Land burst ...

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Unintentionally or ignorantly not realising manipulating  phrases and acts in the name of Islam

By Fatema Miah: What matters to whom? It is concerning that miss phrases, wrong utterances and manipulation culture is in practice by large demography of Muslims in fact in most nations and regions. It  is concerning because wrong breaches misconception to misleading and instigate ill thought to reactionsm.  I stepped back to address this closest matter affecting Islam, highlighting the ...

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