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Message on World Health Day : Safe and healthy diet for all

By M. A. JABBAR : The observance of World Health Day again reminds us that adulteration or contamination of food not only affects the life of each people irrespective of gender, age, or economic status but also pose great threat to the growing children and even womb of a mother. Child health specialists have disclosed the fact that the number ...

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Political power play and blindness for position allowinginjustice and causing damages to societies

By Fatema Miah : War crime and genocide issues are international matters because of the globalisation and international Justice System that was formed and agreed by United Nation post World War II.  During the 2nd world war according to the reports and records, it was about sixty to seventy million people were killed over the duration of six years’ war. During the ...

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 The middle east’s thirty years’ war?

By MARTIN ZAPFE : The modern Middle East – understood here as the region between Egypt in the west, Iran in the east and Turkey in the north – is still largely the result of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire fol¬lowing World War I and the resulting order predefined by the Sykes-Picot ac¬cord of 1916. In it, the colonial ...

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PLAIN TRUTH Islamic Banking Is Welcome In Russia

Dr. Mozammel Haque : A Round Table discussion on the “Challenges and Prospects of Islamic Banking implementation in Russia” took place on 18 March 2015 at the Russian State Duma Committee on financial market. The discussion was attended by the representatives of the Central Bank of Russia and the Federation Council, executive authorities, large financial institutions and banks of Russia ...

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In one life: the memoirs of a third world civil servant

Kamal Siddiqui It was the time of the first martial law in the country, imposed  by General (later field marshal) Ayub Khan. I heard of some of the excesses of martial law functionaries in Narayanganj. Everyday abba would come home from office in a most dejected mood. The reason was that he was member of a martial law court headed ...

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BANGLDESH 1971 AND TODAYS WORLD

By Fatema Miah Isn’t the Current worlds unsettle status continuation of past political ignorance and result of harbouring injustice? Today world facing a very critical state of war between political legitimacy and uncompromising terrorism. War is ongoing between the modern democratical western policy versus malicious deadly terrorism from Middle East and Asian countries. When the Developed countries of west are ...

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Victory snatched away from Bangladesh

BY ENAYET RASUL BHUIYAN Of course some persons may contend that the traditionally emotional Bangladeshis, so ardent lovers of cricket and aspiring for cricketing glory as a way of expressing their emotions and patriotism, are naturally prone   to shifting blame on something else to hide their  beloved side’s under performance. But a realistic assessment must show up that this was ...

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Walking down the memory lane of ‘71

By Dhiraj Kumar Nath Communications and travel by roads, railways, and waterways were difficult in 1971 in ways that are inconceivable today. There lacked the remarkable, with practically no roads, comfortable river transport, and railway links throughout the country in those days. Telecommunications which connect us today were both unthinkable and unprecedented in March 1971.We came to fully hear about ...

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The relationship of climate change with sustainable development

BY SAIYEDATUN NESA :     The idea of global climate change is a conceptualization which emerges against a background of vulnerability, threat and risk to the global environment. The natural scientists initially framed climate  change as a problem related to the long-term disturbance in the biosphere and its effects on global  climate. In the 1990s, with the emerging threat ...

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BENGALI COMMUNITY IN BILATH (BRITAIN)

By Imran Chowdhury : The British Empire was crumbling with cost of both financial and collateraldamages of the mammoth and colossal World War II. The indigenouspopulation specially the male population was depleted due to the warcasualty and new threat dictated the need of a massive armed forces, due tothe emerging super power in the Russian communist era. Huge shortage of ...

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