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climate science,  justice  and environment 

Fatema Miah: In my last few Climate articles I wrote climate science is interlinked to all subjects. I wrote how it has link with physics in the recent article. Climate science is a justice matter and therefore it is faith matter too.   Faith doesn’t limit to practice of a religion only, it’s about having any kind of principled belief. Justice ...

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It’s time UK stop supplying Arms to Middle East

  Fatema Miah: Saudi Arabia rightly been pointed at with finger on their face about the truth and  made to apologise, thus an apology isn’t enough. It is certainly plain injustice, oppression and genocide matter, the killing of the Journalist. Obviously,  Saudi Arabia do not live with expected norm of democracy. It’s very twisted Aristocratic and bureaucratic, manipulative of faith ...

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Climate science and physics connection.

Fatema Miah: Earlier I wrote in an article that climate science Is interlinking to every subject from physics to society and faith. Also it is justice matter too.  Now, eventually our climate concern beings have managed to encourage and drew the attention of our  physics specialists to climate science and come with acknowledgement of co2  contribution from radioactivity,  power emission ...

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Traffic management: an outlook  

By Taslim Ahammad: Good traffic management is key to achieve the goal of a safe and efficient road network for any country. To ensure the safety of road users, traffic control and road work personnel in construction zones around the country, it is essential to maintain effective traffic management training, registration procedures, specification, monitoring and reengineering. Traffic management is a ...

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 Coral reefs – fishing – ALERT, knowledge must

Fatema Miah: Bangladesh Narikel Jinjira Ireland a coral treasure of country not even know to most Bangladeshis. Coral reefs have been exploited for decades. Coral mining was  common in many reef systems. The coral mining also largely been cause of the damage. Also another and main factor is destructive fishing system. Carelessly, blinded by greed and being idiotic greedy and ...

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Why does Idlib matter and what could happen in Syria

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: A ceasefire seldom gets a good press. If it succeeds in ending violence or defusing a crisis, the media swiftly becomes bored and loses interest. But if the fighting goes on, then those who have called the ceasefire are condemned as heartless hypocrites who either never intended to bring the killing to an end or are culpably ...

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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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