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Jerusalem diary

Sharif Ahmed: Jerusalem! Jerusalem!! Jerusalem!!! I was always fascinated by ‘Jerusalem’. I can remember the day when I got my first Bangladeshi passport. I noticed “Travel all over the world except Israel “one of the page mentioned. Clearly it was meant that you could travel the world except Israel because Bangladesh didn’t recognise Israel.  Currently 36 countries have no ties ...

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Uncertain Future of Rohingya Refugees

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: At report by Unicef said that Rohingya children face a perilous health threat as they are living in overcrowded and unsanitary makeshift settlements.As a result,12,000 Rohingya children living in the camp are putting them into danger of cholera and malnutrition every week. According to the agreement, the entire repatriation process will take 2 years. In this long ...

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Greenhouse gas Blanket effect – Climate

  Fatema Miah: From the study of Climate Change, I come to understanding and gain the  knowledge of work of nature’s self regulatory process on greenhouse gases.  The green house gas analogy;  the  blanket effect, which is a well suitable term for green house effect topic. Term green house gas is rather an ambiguous terminology. The blanket effect of greenhouse ...

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Bold Beginning: the beginning of the end of play ?

By Afzal Sayed Munna A good early education is the foundation for later success. And thus kids reception years are considered as the best year to teach them life long skills, which they can carry over rest of their educational and personal life. However, how much one can teach and learn at this very early age of life? And also ...

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Bangladesh Flood or Monsoon. A Reminder

  Fatema Miah: In this dry season now in Bangladesh, the Government, public, and responsible being must work towards to flood prevention cause. Canels, rivers, ponds, must be dragged down. Water barriers  must be fitted on. Drainage ways must be created to allow water runway, to prevent having excess flood water. It was reported 197 millimetres of  rain fall happened ...

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The Ocean, Sun, Moon and pollution

  Fatema Miah: “Since water vapour is the Earth’s primary greenhouse gas and contributes significantly to uncertainties in projections of future global warming, it is critical to understand how it varies in the Earth system.” “Air pollution is a vital pollution factors, where the enriched uranium isotopes collides with high energy particles burnt to releases energy to generate electricity causes ...

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Harmful Drug Yaba Must be stop

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Once upon a time in some countries, Yaba was used as a medicine to stop flux.It was also used for weight loss treatment.The main ingredient of the drug is Methamphe tamine. Methamphetamine was popular among the soldiers during the Second World War to eliminate fatigue and to stay alert. Later, common people, especially students, long-distance drivers and ...

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The 1st sight of Ka’ba, and entering the Heram Sharif

  Fatema Miah: A giant step, last push by the crowd , the hugging cuddled embracement pull of Allah subhanu ta’la  and you are landed onto, under the roof of Masjid-e Heram the holly mosque. Ya Allah, heart and soul in illusion, a dreamy state of mind, like “walking on the moon”. straight away, I ran down into Sajda in ...

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Excerpt from History Book Unspoken Chapter 5

Fatema Miah: Terrorists and Pakistani deception to Western world As it is mentioned in proverbial term, to enhance our logic and for moral teaching, “what goes up comes back down”. As it is evident, what seeds you sew the crops you harvest! Although this is very sarcastic! Ironically, collaboration with Pakistan backfired on America. In today’s world of terror, Al-Qaeda, ...

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British Empire and the Partition of Bengal

Fatema Miah: A chapter of book Unspoken. A subsection of Eastern Region of Bengal, in the South East of Asia, this is roughly the perimeter of current Bangladesh, was taken into Pakistan during the partition of India in 1947, and later named East Pakistan. Verily, early in the 19th century, British Imperialist, Governor and Viceroy Lord Curzon separated this same ...

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