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Perception and prejudice

Fatema Mia: In this month of blessing Rajab, as well as miraculous night of journey and negotiation and  forgiving month. I love this month always fills my heart with joy, joy that (countless blessings to my eldest Prophet loving son, Jazakallahu khairaan wa kathiraan) we shared in his toddlerhood, his heartfelt love for prophet always glared up from his face ...

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Trade union: employee right to form and operate

Taslim Ahammad: Trade unions are innate of the necessity of working class people to protect their rights also to defend themselves against injustices and exploitation by their employers. As a result, trade unions provide a platform for workers’ collection action and constitute an integral part of the relationship between employers and the employed. Alone a worker is too weak to ...

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Brexit immigration plan diverse workforce and prosperous communities

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Under current rules, asylum seekers can only work after waiting at least 12 months for their claim to be processed. Even then, they can only take roles on the government’s shortage occupation list, which includes nurses but otherwise mainly experienced or highly specific roles such as ballet dancers, orchestral musicians and oil and gas engineers.A group of ...

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WORLD PEACE: TWO PERENNIAL PROBLEMS

F R Chowdhury: In our childhood we used to study how the Kings and Emperors conquered land and territories to show how mighty they were. They would always find a reason to wage war. Most of the wars took place for expansion of borders. But the European conquerors established colonies overseas. The history of wars continued for centuries. It continued ...

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 ISIS Bride

Fatema Miah: ISIS Bride has been a hot topic and continous. It is only about Shamima Begum. I previously wrote questioning where are the other IS women and the men?  Independent published about Tareena Shakil. It is angering matter and Shamima Begum wanted to get back to UK made it a big open topic. Sajid Javed stood  firm with decision ...

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Climate issue – solution  

Fatema Miah: We are seeking solution to  climate issues and some intelligents and experts have come up with ideas  fro  experiments. Our environmentalists in demonstration for Climate Solution in their banners saying change the politics not the Climate.  Well, Climate Change is inevitable and has been changing throughout Milleniums, centuries and decades. And the future changes of Climate is also ...

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Pledge to build prosperous Bangladesh

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Bangladesh may only have existed as an independent state for 30 years but its cultural and linguistic roots go deep. The Bangla language (the term Bengali was just a British colonial rendering of this) was distinct by the 7th century and a literature written in it was emerging by the 11th century. Religion has also tended to ...

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India Pakistan conflict 2019

Fatema Miah: Bangali brother, a fellow Sylhety Muslim messaged; read the articles, and I had to reply, yes, laughed. I messaged him back,  don’t forget Rohyngya crises still on, not ended yet, they need help, aid and rescue. And there Uyghur minority tribe not helped, no much  attention given to yet and oppression continued. Now Pakistanis want Muslim cry, if ...

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Europe could become a 21st-century nightmare

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: There is no longer any point in ignoring the reality that a number of European Union member countries have explicitly rejected the EU’s goal of ever closer union. Instead of a multi-speed Europe, where all members are still heading toward the same destination, the goal should be a multi-track Europe that offers member states a wider variety ...

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Learning and motivation

Taslim Ahammad: Motivation and the nature of the learning experience are important factors for all learners, however, particularly for learners with issues like dyslexia. These factors need to be taken into account when developing a programme of learning over and done with motivation focusing on all learners. Learning- Educational researchers reach a decision that learning is much deeper than memorisation ...

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