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MODI’S ‘HINDUVTA’ RIDDLING THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION     

                              AUTHOR: MASHUK  AHMED  KHAN  L.L.M.; M.Phil.; M.A.; PG.Dip.; MCIPD  A Legal Academic; and Member of: The University of Oxford Philosophical Society; and  The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development:       No one for sure has ever caught the sight of reincarnation of a departed soul of a human being, including India’s Prime Minister ...

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Excellence of relationship management

By Taslim Ahammad:   People run a large company with lots of employees or a small business that not all customers know its name; great relationship management will always set you apart from your competitors and help retain customers. Also, there are personal relationships, which can add joy to your life or sink into the depths of despair. Much of ...

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Coronavirus death toll surpasses U.S. casualties from Vietnam War

    Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 227,000 people worldwide. More than 3.1 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers ...

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Lockdown versus garments workers

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Millions of garment factory workers in Bangladesh have been released from work in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving them without income and without choice but to return to cramped homes in slums or villages, without resources to fight the pandemic or even with the basic ability to sustain their lives. The garment and ...

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Stay positive during coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak

By Taslim Ahammad :   Outbreaks of infectious diseases such as the current coronavirus (COVID-19) can be devastating and can affect our mental health. Although it is important to be aware, there is much we can do to support and manage our well-being at this time. Hence, remembering to take care of mental health is just as important as taking ...

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Social Distance: Inside-out

  Afzal Sayed Munna [FHEA, QTLS]:   Social distance or distancing became a prominent sentence/word in today’s life. Specially, due to the pandemic of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) increased cases the word become more common comparing to any other English word. Social distance refers to the level of acceptance people have of others outside of their own social group or class. This ...

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Mahe Ramadan Kareem of COVID -19 era year 2020.

    Fatema Miah:   May Allah shower Rahma and Rahima the blessing and mercy on us human kind, in this blessing month of Ramadan.  It’s COVID-19 Ramadan this year. It’s indeed a testing year after all,  I come  to feel of today as, the time  had slide down into Ramadan beginning tonight, on the night of 23rd April 2020.  ...

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COVID-19. March 2020

Fatema Miah: Back in early March I pondered on these points:  Todays crises is tomorrows austerity. Socialists addressing our gov Boris Johnsons cabinet Capitalists and claiming the Capitalists throwing out money from no where, to take it back from the poor citizens next to make it up.  “The prospects for the world economy are growing grimmer by the day. Governments ...

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COVID-19  –  responses and actions.  April 2020.

  Fatema Miah:   On the 18th,  Global confirmed cases of COVID-19,  reaching to some two  and half millions  and    there are some  155.000 deaths (JHU). In UK confirmed cases COVID-19, exceeded 100.000 and  deaths rate reaching to 15.000 (DHSC).  And reported that Government launched on the 17th, UK coronavirus vaccine taskforce led by Downing Street’s chief scientific adviser. ...

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IT IS (NOT) SO EASY TO GET AWAY WITH IT

  F R Chowdhury:   Easy money comes in many different ways. From mere theft and robbery to electronic hijacking of central bank, they vary widely in their mode of operation. Drug addiction and smuggling of drugs can destroy a complete generation of young people. Poverty at home is, to some extent, responsible for growth of human trafficking. Corruption not ...

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