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Walking down the memory lane of ‘71

By Dhiraj Kumar Nath Communications and travel by roads, railways, and waterways were difficult in 1971 in ways that are inconceivable today. There lacked the remarkable, with practically no roads, comfortable river transport, and railway links throughout the country in those days. Telecommunications which connect us today were both unthinkable and unprecedented in March 1971.We came to fully hear about ...

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The relationship of climate change with sustainable development

BY SAIYEDATUN NESA :     The idea of global climate change is a conceptualization which emerges against a background of vulnerability, threat and risk to the global environment. The natural scientists initially framed climate  change as a problem related to the long-term disturbance in the biosphere and its effects on global  climate. In the 1990s, with the emerging threat ...

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BENGALI COMMUNITY IN BILATH (BRITAIN)

By Imran Chowdhury : The British Empire was crumbling with cost of both financial and collateraldamages of the mammoth and colossal World War II. The indigenouspopulation specially the male population was depleted due to the warcasualty and new threat dictated the need of a massive armed forces, due tothe emerging super power in the Russian communist era. Huge shortage of ...

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Bangabandhu’s birth anniversary celebrated

The 95th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was observed across the country yesterday with due respect. The nation also observed the day as the National Children’s Day. In Bhola, district administration chalked out two days programme, including rally, discussion, recitation and easy competition. Hundreds of people from all walks of life took part in ...

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The terrorist politics of petrol bombs

BY  MUHAMMAD ZAMIR ::  Six weeks have passed and yet violence continues to rage on in the name of achieving democracy for the common man. On the plea of recovering the inherent and inalienable rights of the people, the 20-Party coalition led by the BNP continues to foment arson and unrest. Non-stop blockade and hartal have not only disrupted the ...

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Islam does not allow the Muslim to join ISIS

Most of us are aware that the world is affected by violent behaviors of different individuals or groups and it has increased significantly in recent years. Religions, in particular Islam, have received a great deal of criticism due to these activities. Even though the vast majority of Muslims condemn terrorism, the frequency and cruelty of the assaults have led many ...

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Is the scare of Human Rights a Bogus Boo?

By Piya Mayenin ::  In recent years the use of Human Rights as a defence for Immigrants and foreign Criminals in removal and deportation cases has been at the forefront of criticism. Surrounding the controversy has been a curtailing, repealing of the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA 1998), and replacing it with a UK Bill of Rights. We have seen ...

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Umrah!!

By Fatema Miah :: The mystical glory vision, under the glary heaven that staring down at the disciples, and there ahead stands the enormous heavenly surrounding wall of boundaries. It enriched the glorious holiness in your vision. The heaven staring down at your, enriches your glorified inner passion, the deep humble, dedication to the Lord of the universe. It draws ...

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Losing Young Britons to Terror through Disunity

By Piya Mayenin :: The ISIS led since 2010 by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is so hardline and violent that Al Qaida led by Ayman al-Zawahiri, who is based in Pakistan has disavowed them. Isis is highly fanatical; killing Shia Muslims and Christians whenever possible, as well as militarily and under tight direction by top leaders. What would drive three teenagers ...

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Bangabandhu’s unfulfilled dream

BY  SHABBIR AHMED :: The students of history of South Asia know it too well that the partition of India into two nations did not bode well for us, the inhabitants of the then East Pakistan.Punjabi clique ruled our motherland for a long time and that includes the military and the communal forces of Pakistan. These Islam-based communal forces tried ...

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