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Only The Qur’an Is Changeless Can Bitcoin Hard Cap Be Changed ?  

By Shofi Ahmed:   Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the greatest of the human beings who ever walked on Earth was born on 12th Rabi-ul-Awwal, which is the current month in the Islamic calendar. The book of Allah SWT the Qur’an was sent to him.  The Qur’an maintains its superiority. One such supremacy is that it’s changeless. Every word, sentence and the ...

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Better access to safe drinking water

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   More than 2 million people in Bangladesh lack access to an improved water source and 48 million lack improved sanitation. In Bangladesh and around the world, millions are navigating the COVID-19 pandemic with the added challenge of living without access to safe water. Now more than ever access to safe water is critical to the health ...

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Pakistan in catch 22 situation after China ‘insults Prophet Mohammad’

By Matiar Chowdhury:   Irked on allegations of “PBUH” printed on tiles, Pakistanis attacked Chinese tiles manufacturing company in Faisalabad and beat up Chinese workers Chinese Company Faces Wrath in Pakistan over the Insult of Prophet Mohammed. A Chinese Tiles Manufacturing Factoring is mentioned going against the religious norms of the Pakistani People, the used of certain phrases are not ...

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Brighter future for Bangladesh apparel industry

Rayhan Ahmed Topader :   Bangladesh textile industry has very bright future with its robust demand in garment sector. But it is true that there are some challenges that Bangladesh has to face to survive in this sector. We know that availability of abundant natural gas, cheap labour, energy is the backbone of this industry. But in recent years this ...

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GOP Bill Would Block UN Recognition of Taliban, Impose Sanctions Against Supporters Like Pakistan

By Matiar Chowdhury:   Twenty-two Republican senators have introduced legislation designed to block Taliban efforts to win international recognition and imposing sanctions against the group and its supporters – with the government of Pakistan singled out. The aims of the comprehensive bill responding to the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan include ensuring that the U.S. government uses its “voice, vote, and ...

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Achieving Sustainable Development Goal of education

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:     Since the closure of schools in March 2020, there have been severe disruptions in the education of children, especially those from low-income groups. Around 6 million primary and secondary students are at risk of learning loss due to the extended closure of the educational institutions in the country amid the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a ...

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Pakistan did a self-goal by helping Taliban

By Matiar Chowdhury:   The Taliban/ISI nexus in Afghanistan will have significant consequences for Pakistan, some of which may be dangerous and violent. The Afghan Taliban and their Pakistani army patrons are back in Kabul before the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Pakistan’s army Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate (ISI) has backed the Taliban since the group’s origin in the mid-1990s. Under intense ...

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Global challenges of humanity survive

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   It is time for us to listen to the warnings of the scientists and look at Covid, if you want an example of gloomy scientists being proved right and to understand who we are and what we are doing. The world this precious blue sphere with its eggshell crust and wisp of an atmosphere  is not ...

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All That Glitters Is Not Gold: Pakistan Finds Faults in Chinese-made UAS

By Matiar Chowdhury:   The faults in Chinese-made Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) have been damaging Pakistan military capability, said a Bangladesh based think tank. A critical part of Pakistan’s military capability has run into serious trouble with the Chinese-made Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) remaining on ground due to crippling defects within days of induction. The three-armed drones, designed by Chengdu ...

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THERE IS NO END TO LEARNING

By  F R Chowdhury:   The process of learning starts soon after we are born. We keep looking at everything surrounding us. First we recognize the faces of our parents and then we start recognizing the faces of others in close proximity. We keep listening to the surrounding and that is why we first learn to speak in our own ...

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