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Human right activism and it’s Triviality

Fatema Miah: Oh! Gosh! What is this, having to  pick on by leaving aside my subject matter Science researches.   Some trivial matters comes forward, where our human right activists  pushing them as urgency, give priority over other life threatening issues. Our UK human right organisations often don’t seem to think right therefore the real serious abuses are often ignored. Equally, ...

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The best Tourist spots in Bangladesh

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Bangladesh as a vacation land has many facets. Her tourist attractions include archaeological sites, historic mosques and monuments, resorts, beaches, picnic spots, forest and wildlife. Bangladesh offers opportunities for angling, water-skiing, river cruising, hiking, rowing, surfing, yachting and sea bathing as well as bringing one in close touch with Mother Nature. She is also rich in ...

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Does corruption taint MOFA Secretary?

Shahidul Haque accused of taking bribes for transfers, postings and appointments Nadeem Qadir: If the top bureaucrat of a country’s foreign ministry gets immersed in corruption that country fails to promote its image on global platforms. The Asian Age has received blazing complaints of bribery and corruption from reliable sources of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) about Foreign Secretary ...

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Nuclei or Atom

  Fatema Miah: Nuclei or Nuclear  is  an existential element. When we touch on Nuclei Atom we engage in subject Physic. Physics core element is radioactivity.  In Physics  Einstein’s equation E equal to MC square formula is an on going notation and Marie Currie invention still is the  sciences advancement subject matter. In the recent years I wrote a lot ...

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Dispirited, non-performing MOFA needs drastic overhaul

Nadeem Qadir: The repeated flak taken by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has raised questions as to why qualified and dedicated officers are not performing or are staying away. Reliable ministry sources have blamed a top official for the current state of affairs as he rules like a dictator, giving unilateral postings, extensions and resorting to vengeance. “He has connections ...

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Saudi Human right and Women

Fatema Miah: Saudi women are fighting against Saudis law on women and trying to break the system. They call it women’s right. Women seeking not only right to drive, they seeking  to alter a Sunnah a fundemental aspect of Islam for women’s safety regulation. A women from Saudis women’s right group wrote to me, sharing her case that she is ...

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The Answer To Why The NHS Should Be Free Coincides With The Qur’an

By Shofi Ahmed:   British NHS is known the world over for the service it provides. Designed to be down to earth. To be humanely at the core as much as possible while serving meeting the sound minded critics’ demands. Moreso not to mention the NHS is to be free! But why? At a very critical moment this multi million ...

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LOVE FOR POWER & AXIS OF EVILS

  By F R Chowdhury: We see in the history of civilization the lust for power to have control over others. In old days the kings and emperors conquered other territories to satisfy their ego and lust for power. In modern days it is not possible to conquer other territories. Now the lust of powers is confined within the country. ...

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A MILLION IS TEN TIMES MORE THAN A LAC/ LAKH

  By F R Chowdhury:   Most Bangladeshis still remember late Sirajur Rahman of BBC. In those dark days of Bangladesh when it was still under illegal occupation of Pakistan Army, people in Bangladesh used to eagerly wait for BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) news to know about the progress of the liberation war. The voice of Sirajur Rahman broadcast over ...

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What does a Trump-Macron bromance mean for the world?

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader: What is it about world leaders and their obsession with male grooming products? Tony Blair’s friendship with new President George W Bush was sealed at Camp David with a conversation about their choice of toothpaste.Donald Trump, an expert on hair applications, flicked the dandruff off the shoulders of Emmanuel Macron during his visit to the White ...

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