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Whole society –  past to present

Fatema Miah:   Oxford University’s Oriel College has voted to remove the controversial statue of colonialist Cecil Rhodes. Cecil Rhodes statue removal is a wise and sign of awakening response. So Must be Drakes. Such decision is a positive sign of some comfort to Black History.  Edward Plague also comes to reflection.  When we talk about discrimination, its not all race, ...

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Covid-19 and Hajj 2020

Fatema Miah: Covid-19, has become an on going pandemic causing distresses,  disruptions, and forced altered the world worder, brought world to alert, deterring human beings from usual accustomed  way of living.  This year because of Covid-19 outbreak, Worlds religious gatherings been postponed, specially, Islamic rituals not been taken place.  And the holly trips to Makkah the Umra trips been stops ...

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COVID-19 impact and responses

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:     A popular conception is that coronavirus pandemic has been wreaking havoc all across the world. As many as 219 countries have come under its relentless attacks and both the number of the infected and the death toll are on the increase with every passing day. Significantly, the highly advanced countries in the West including the ...

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Pride and Prejudice in a pandemic

By Cllr Asma Begum:   The recent report published by Public Health England confirmed what I feared but we’d all suspected – that Coronavirus was disproportionality affecting our Black and Ethnic Minority population. The statistic which jumped out at me was that the Bangladeshi community have twice the risk of death than those who are White British. This news report ...

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COVID-19.  A  Lesson and reminder.   

Fatema Miah:   Coronavirus is nothing new. The “coronavirus” and “COVID-19″ interchangeably,  one is actually a subset of the other. The coronaviruses include Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).  COVID-19 is noble or new range of both or all viruses  (SARS, MERS, COV).  Here is a UK A&E case of a  26-year-old chap who came ...

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Covid-19 threatens to cause a humanitarian crisis

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:     The coronavirus covid-19 pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the greatest challenge we have faced since World War Two. Since its emergence in Asia late last year, the virus has spread to every continent except Antarctica. Cases are rising daily in Africa the Americas, and Europe. Countries are racing to ...

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Appreciation means a lot at work

    Taslim Ahammad:     Appreciation is one of the major motivators for any employee at the workplace. There are simple universal elements that hold true one of which the basic need to feel appreciated and valued. It drives workforces to work sincerely and to be more dedicated to their authority. Recognition at workplace is directly connected to job ...

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New world order shall begin

Fatema Miah: 2020 seems to be a turning point for new world order. History not repeated as such though chapters opening up back again to rewrite to add lines of giving conclusion to past paragraph. British Empire was past and history though while still we are on it, writing reflection and evaluating the historians marked posts, flipping back to open ...

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The disproportionate impact of this pandemic on our BAME residents can’t be swept under the carpet by the government.

Mayor John Biggs:   As Mayor of one of the most diverse places in the country I’m particularly concerned about the disproportionate impact Coronavirus seems to be having on my BAME residents. What’s disappointing is the Government’s response, our BAME communities deserve far more than an inquiry that kicks the issue into the long grass. Millions of BAME people are ...

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The major weapon to fight against Covid-19

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   As the number of Covid-19 cases appears to have leveled out in some countries, lockdowns in parts of Europe and elsewhere in the world have begun to ease. Governments and individuals grapple with the details of what can and cannot be done, and questions about what constitutes the new normal persist, but businesses, parks, and ...

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