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About Islam and Muslims today

Fatema Miah: Too many issues flared up  about Muslims and Islam linking. Yes, the matters are concerning; for Muslims and about Muslims because the issues are under  such title Muslims and Islam linking to countries and people involved claiming or standing with Islam banner. Where to start with, to begin from where? ISIS brides, Saudi Crown Princes’s power thirst, Pakistanis ...

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Climate  – solution and sustainable development

  Fatema Miah: Talking about sustainable development  as well geoengineering there are plan for  constructions of buildings, cities and airports, and adoptable rural and urban environment. Forestry legislation in place and there is Mangrove forest been designed, implanted and been grown as a climate adoption example. About climate issue and global warming due to raising carbondioxide co2 emmission, there are ...

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Liberation of Bangladesh 71.

Fatema Miah. Happy Independence Day to Bangladeshi ethnic people.  26th of  March Bangladesh Independence Day. Followed on from my last article. Bangladesh the East  Pakistan was attacked on the 25th of March 71. Next day It was declared and confirmed by Bengalis the Independence Day because Bengalis stood firm to be liberated from Pakistan. They began with searchlight mission and ...

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Supply chain management perception

Taslim Ahammad: The rapid development in Supply Chain Management, including global challenges,  sustainability and new ways of organising supply chains and conducting business, require more qualified staff. From a social scientific perspective, this study analyse phenomena and situations such as management in supply chain contexts. Supply chain (SC): A supply chain is the connected network of individuals, organizations, resources, activities ...

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Sustainable waste management in the society

Taslim Ahammad: Ecologically wide-ranging waste management must go beyond the mere safe disposal or recovery of wastes that are generated and seek to address the root cause of the problem by attempting to change unsustainable patterns of production and consumption. Today, waste management must be seen in its full context. It cannot be solved with merely technical end-of-pipe solutions. When ...

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 25th March 71

Fatema Miah: World condoned, Muslim world allowed, USA supported and remained Unspoken ‘71’. My Book Unspoken. Innocent civilians were attacked in their sleep. People woke-up horrified, hearing sound of gun-shooting, smashing sound of breaking building structures and bridges, and echoes of human screaming voices. Fearful, anxious and helpless people were wondering what is going on. People of Bangladesh couldn’t believe ...

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Food Supply Chain Management (FSCM)

Taslim Ahammad: Food is a very important part of human life. As a result, food supply chain management is the lifeline for human existence on the planet. Whether these chains are local or international, the availability of food at the right time, right quality and right quantity is utmost. Nowadays, food supply chain is garnishing more attention as consumers are ...

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ME versus HIM

Afzal Sayed Munna: Knife crime becomes epidemics in recent years where we lost many valuable young lives. According to a Home Office report, there were 39,818 knife crime offences in the 12 months ending September 2018. This is a two-thirds increase from the low-point in the year ending March 2014, when there were 23,945 offences, and is the highest number ...

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Ridiculous Delay Britain’s Brexit

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: As British MEP Daniel Hannan puts it, if the Founding Fathers had followed Britain’s approach, they would have asked King George III to negotiate their exit from the British Empire, and when he said no, they would have put 1776 on hold until he agreed.Cutting the ties that bind the UK to the EU was never going to be ...

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