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Brexit deal does not mean the end for Brexit

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader :   When the U.K.eventually leaves the EU, the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will require a border apparatus to check passports of visitors, track the origin and quality of goods, and collect appropriate taxes or customs. Recreating border infrastructure risks undermining the extensive economic integration that has developed between Ireland and ...

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Social distancing having significant impacts

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Limiting close face-to-face contact with others is the best way to reduce the spread of coronavirus disease covid-19. Social distancing, also called physical distancing, means keeping a safe space between yourself and other people who are not from your household.To practice social or physical distancing, stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms length) from ...

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Few points – SOCIAL JUSTICE and Arab peace deal.

Fatema Miah: I must Remind people the use of quotation with inverted comas or speech mark on my used phrases. Phrase Social Justice I have wrote in my articles, published books and in other journals, for  specific topic matter,  therefore,  I remind people to use inverted comas in quotations, by doing so its maintain the respect of appropriate of writing  ...

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Covid-19 vaccine fight is getting ugly

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Since the virus first emerged in January around 170 vaccine candidates are now in development, with 15 already in human trials Russia claims to have produced the world’s first coronavirus vaccine but scientists are wary that it has not been adequately tested Oxford scientists believe they have made a breakthrough in their quest for a ...

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Diplomatic relations and social injustice

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   There is an urgent need to confront issues of race, inequality, and social justice, and to build a deeper awareness that promotes empathy and understanding. Critical issues must be faced, steps must be taken, and changes must be made in order to effectively address the underlying, systemic issues which give rise to social injustice.The decision by ...

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Charlie Hebdo cartoon to be republushed – Muslim youth must be engaged in discussing 

  Fatema Miah:   BBC must hold debate sessions immediately to engage British Muslims in discussions. Faith is core of human ethic. Faith however,   demands  balance of respect and criticism. Muslims youth in UK must be educated and engaged in sessions of  discussion of education and awareness of how to  appropriately in politically correct manner to voice, expressing  their ...

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PAKISTAN MOVES AWAY FROM SAUDI, CLOSE TO TURKEY

  By Matiar Chowdhury:     Call it diplomatic agility, or call it lack of reliability and even being ungrateful – Pakistan has moved away from one of its principal benefactors, Saudi Arabia and is getting cosy with Turkey, latter’s rival in global Islamic politics.This is just as it is gingerly moving away from another, even bigger benefactor, the United ...

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Muslim youth must be  corrected in reactionsm. – Charlie Hebdo cartoon. 

Fatema Miah: Reaction and youth goes on unchangeable, throughout all time.  West versus East equally has been constant conflicting through time over the period of recorded millenniums. Faith has been factor of central conflicting reason of vital striking  aspect human being caught to defend against attacks and willingly put on stake their dear lives for it.   Attacking and defending has ...

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BANGLADESH: WRONG FOUNDATION CANNOT SUSTAIN GROWTH

  By F R Chowdhury:   One should not expect much from a poor start or wrong foundation. For a nation to succeed it must have a solid constitution followed by sound legislation, educated and competent work force, documented procedures, record-keeping and periodical evaluation. A constitution that states equality above sex, religion and colour but again reserves seats for women ...

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Necessity versus opinion. 

Fatema Miah: Where opinions do matter, often someone you might not be fond of, whether an acquaintance,  or an opponent , or a nearest one,  even a famous TV character offer an opinion matches well for your suit that you  share,  it doesn’t necessarily mean your judgment has been wrong all along, neither it makes your likes as theirs.  Ideology ...

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