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Brexit negotiations at the 11th hour

Rayhan Ahmed Topader :   The United Kingdom and the European Union have agreed on a trade deal, closing the book on more than four years of uncertainty over how the country would conduct business with its biggest export market following Brexit.It took 11 grueling months for negotiators from Britain and the European Union to hammer out the terms of ...

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It’s COVID-19 CHRISTMAS, Xmas of year  2020. 

By Fatema Miah:   Year 2020 began with a alarm of difference.  It’s a  new era of evolution as I wrote, in my book, a new phase of evolution.  Year 2020 is a transitional year of a transformation. Christmas this year isn’t cancelled, it’s just different. So, eat, drink sensibly best is soft and be merry.  Children cry to parents ...

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Bangladesh and December

Fatema Miah: Happy Independence Day. December is Bengalis land mark  time of the year. And so December is Indian land mark time too, related to Indians history of long past of before Pakistan as well as relating to Pakistan.Talking about December,  Bengalis don’t scape Pakistan anyhow. Its Pakistan marked the dipper horrible and the vital point in the Bangladeshi History.  ...

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Lockdown and Mosques closure

Fatema Miah: Pakistani UK women called me manhus  about my  curse word from my mouth and others said my mouth sugar and butter for my  best wished word, because  what I say becomes. Allah, when these Pakistani and Bengali Muslims been evil for decades towards me, with lies plots, zeal  and eventually crossed all borders with sick allegations, plotted against ...

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Secularism versus hypocrisy 

Fatema Miah: Secularisation theory is an interesting phrase. Secularisation theory, emphasised that the thesis Howa days refers to reclining influence of religion,  it  historically emerged as the way or a main way of to organise religious pluralism.  Then religion also made to be understood it promote violence, which is wrong again, because its religion demands integrity unity.  The interpretation of ...

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Youth unemployment Threat of Covid-19

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:     Global unemployment, which stands at 190 million, could see a sharp rise as businesses lay off workers and cut working hours. The impact on those working in the informal sector, mostly in the poorest countries, would be worse as they lack social protection such as unemployment benefits. Since lockdowns were enforced, manufacturers of cars, clothes ...

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Not a fiction. ..

Fatema Miah: Not a fiction, this true story needs sharing. Woman married from Bangladesh to cousin, lives in London. Someone said to me, this woman, he said Shopna Akter, lives in London.  I don’t know husbands name, Shona name itself is engaging kind, pulls one’s head to listen to the tale.  I don’t as usual like to hear these gossips ...

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Coronavirus pendamic changing the world

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:     Coronavirus is far from over. Some countries are still dealing with large epidemics, but even those currently controlling the virus fear “the second wave.The lifestyle with which we were familiar with may become only a memory, as life is changing because of the coronavirus pandemic, but whether it will be changed forever depends on our ...

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Worlds politics Today.

Fatema Miah: France in mission, surging forth onwards crushing -down on it’s Muslim citizens in rage. Pakistan and Turkey standing up as Muslim voice while they ignore Uyghur Muslims suffering. Where, France stired up global political hiccup, drawn the entire worlds focus to political concern for Frances mishandling on Islam and its Muslim citizens. There Pakistan and Turkey talking loudest ...

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Learning crisis in South Asia

    Rayhan Ahmed Topader:     South Asia is home to the world’s largest youth population: at once a challenge and an opportunity. Together with our partners, we’re leveraging the power of young people to change the world. Children and youth who have multiple risk factors belonging to an ethnic minority, living in a slum, on the streets, or ...

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