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Covid-19 generational catastrophe in education

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Children are not the face of this pandemic. But they risk being among its biggest victims, as children’s lives are nonetheless being changed in profound ways. All children, of all ages, and in all countries, are being affected,in particular by the socio-economic impacts and, in some cases, by mitigation measures that may inadvertently do more ...

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Arab Israel – after a century, A historical peace agreement.

Fatema Miah: Arab Israel issue dragged on for a century long.  Syke-picot agreement signed in 1920 and in 2020 Trump spoke about a peace agreement,  at least an agreement is talked about. Question is propaganda or ideology? I have advocated that  off talker, careless, politically incorrect by far,  Mr Trump I anticipated will be good match to detect Pakistan for ...

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Empire and Social Darwinism.

  Fatema Miah:   Answer to Historian Academics question of British Empires legacy of Racism, Divide and rule, and their impact on post colonial people, how they have been effected,  and how impact continued  on people. There it was the Pakistanis made, for a group of some tribes in Northern India those were having faith Islam practice, they  rose up ...

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Post Covid-19 effect.

Fatema Miah: There are some post  Covid-19 effects and symptoms are emerging now. Some severe condition of neurological damage cases emerged also as they have occurred.    Hence, a number of studies are underway to  have better understanding  how and why COVID-19 affects the brain. Some early theories  listed by Johns Hopkins University, in those include severe cases of infection ...

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Covid-19 Vaccination.

Fatema Miah: The  pharmaceutical teams across the world began to experiments to bring the appropriate, effective and suitable vaccine out for Covid-19. There are bogus medical companies specially, in Asia began to promote their (invalid) fake products, started to advertise out. Among them, there were renown Indians and a Bangladeshi company, claimed and vocalised they have medicine for Covid19. It’s ...

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Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:     The first atomic bomb changed our world in July 1945. It was the ultimate weapon, a product of World War II and a trigger for the Cold War nuclear arms race to follow. But as we remember this moment in history, we cannot lose sight of the dangerous consequences nuclear weapons continue to have on ...

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Covid-19 and climate

Fatema Miah: The combination of diseases those are interconnected to environment and biodiversity.  Manmade disasters are highly damaging to human.  The human destruction of natural ecosystems increases the numbers of rodents, bats and other animals those  harbour diseases what triggers the germs and causes corona viruses like pandemics, was  found through analyses.  Species and insects hosting zoonotic diseases are up ...

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Dual Hujja  – Hajj- 2020

Fatema Miah: 2020, is an absolutely different year with a rather complete change of society, complexity indeed we can call it certainly with this unusual random U-turn of entirely world system.  It’s has become a chaotic situation worldwide with Covid-19 pandemic caused heath hazard and havoc worldwide for the system.  Normality forced to change, in lockdown as complex of evolutionary ...

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Covid-19 as an excuse to grab more power

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Covid-19 is not a Hiroshima moment or even a 9/11 moment that will reset U.S. national security comprehensively. But in key respects its impact will be deep and enduring: The pandemic will bring major challenges abroad into sharp focus competition with China, enhanced collaboration with the EU, and the cultivation of new allies in particular and finally ...

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