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Gastric Ulcers

  Fatema Miah: Stomach ulcers happens  when the layer that protects the stomach lining from stomach acid breaks down and that  allows the stomach lining to be  damaged,  usually this is happens from result of an infection with Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) bacteria. This is also known as the peptic ulcers, or gastric ulcers. Ulcer is the sore point of damaged ...

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Dietary  intakes.

  Fatema Miah: Food is like water, both are killers; People dying from water and food, whether too much or too little there are available;  deprivation of lacking in  essential recommended intake amount or excessive amount consumed by different groups of people across the world. Truth is, As long as we eat a reasonably mixed diet, most people need not ...

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Poor representation by Tower Hamlets Speaker on human rights issues

Afzal Sayed Munna: I would like to say a big thank you to Bangladesh Prime Minister for her recent invite to the Speaker of UK Tower Hamlets Council Sabina Akhtar. There is no doubt about your leadership and wise policy delivery for the good of the country. You have certainly delivered all you promised since you came to power. You ...

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We must ensure everyone has access to equal justice

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Discrimination on the Ground of Age in Public Services of Bangladesh.In order to achieve sustainable human development every country must foster a labour force favourable to social integration by formulating a rational set of recruitment policies.To ensure meaningful participation of citizens in economic, cultural and social life and to realize their full potential, it is imperative to ...

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March –  Bangladesh independence

  Fatema Miah: In March it is known to be Bangladesh independence day on the 26th. On that virtually the entire country current Bangladesh ,  formerly East Pakistan, was attacked by Pakistani military. The leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman an elected leader of winning political party was arrested by the military on the same day. Shaikh Mujibur Rahman declared Bangladesh Independence ...

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Food intake and healthy diet.

  Fatema Miah: We eat food for hunger to satisfy our hungry desire, as our regular meal or in-between meals.  we eat when we feel bored or upset as sort of comfort and it is psychological drive.  Also we eat as sensory mode that is per sense, vision and smell as we get temptation. When we see or smell we ...

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Mental and emotional wellbeing.

  Fatema Miah: Here are further psychological factors and  deep Analysis for health and well being. Our health and wellbeing is mere depends on activities we carry out, to a large extent. The useful methods for maintaining mental wellbeing  are: Catch it, check it, change it- thought, having negative thought, straight away catch it, recognise it and think otherwise. Watch ...

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INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: CHANGING PATTERN AND PHASES – IS IT GOOD OR BAD?

  F R Chowdhury: Shipping is a complex and capital intensive business. Major part of the international shipping was owned and operated by the developed western world. After the end of the World War-II the largest merchant fleet was under British flag. Then there were large operators under USA, Norway, Greece, Germany, Japan and Russian flags. Those days there existed ...

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Question paper leak has become a phenomenon

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Question paper leaking is one of the most common and unwanted topic of nowadays. It has been used as a means of unfair way of being passed in a public examination or to get an admission in the universities or to get a job. Since after the independence, questions papers have been subjected to be leaked out. ...

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 Psychology  to mental wellbeing.

  Fatema Miah: I wrote about simple psychology before. How society formed individuality, thought patterns and culture was formed. Here is from basic moving to serious health and well being that effected by society and nurturing or past experiences. Social aspect forms the individuals nature and nurturing marks psychological aspects. It leads to happiness and suffering and  the suffering causes ...

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