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Climate  mitigation, the Building constructions

Fatema Miah: We talked about Climate mitigation and  adaptation to resilient on essential aspects. Building construction is another effective or the most fixed and long time aspect.  There our Architectural scientists have  introduced a range of techniques for making buildings more resilient to the changing climate. Here are some more ways in which the built environment can be adapted. The ...

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 GREATEST FESTIVAL OF CRICKET

F R Chowdhury:   CWC19 (Cricket World Cup-2019) started with a match between the host nation England and South Africa in the Oval on 30th May. 2019. The opening ceremony took place in front of the Buckingham Palace the day before the first game. After the opening ceremony HM The Queen met the managers and captains of all ten teams. ...

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Brexit: the British dilemma

By  Barrister Anis Rahman OBE:   The Referendum in 2016 took place under intense pressure from Eurosceptic, hard line Brexiteers of the Conservative Party. The result was not a landslide victory – 17.4 million voted in favour of Leave (52%) and 16.1 million in favour of Remain (48%) – but a narrow 4% margin in favour of leaving. It is ...

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The Evolution of Tunisian Emigration

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: The International Organization for Migration, an intergovernmental organisation linked to the United Nations, said the Bangladeshis wished to return home. But relatives and aid groups claimed that when a Bangladeshi envoy visited the boat the migrants were forced to accept their repatriation under the threat of having food, water and medical treatment being taken away. When all ...

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Shakib Al Hassan: A Nation’s Hope

By Shofi Ahmed: Snapping up the top flight demands to fork out a big buck. Give more to get more when that’s the norm Shakib Al Hassan, the Bangladeshi cricket ace is big indeed. He is on top of the tree the top all-rounder in the world. And the dowry he has to give for this is nothing less than ...

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Rohingyas and Rakhine state to be part of Bangladesh (?)

Fatema Miah:   The Rohyngya issue still hasn’t been solved. Rohingyas are suffering on the hand of Myanmar military under  Myanmar government or vise-versa, the Myanmar government is in syncronity with it’s government, there is no doubt. Every possible approach tried from outside to end military insurgency against Rohingya people. Vast majority Rohingya people escaped and took shelter in Bangladesh ...

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The Crusaders rose again and crusade continued. (2019)

  Fatema Miah:   The crusades took place in Jerusalem about rein over Jerusalem and to take procession of Jerusalem, it was the Christianity seeking the power over Jerusalem, caused bloodshed and crucifixions’ and the ruthless bloodshed ended there in Jerusalem, with an end of medieval. It was amplified to be Holy cause, for sake of God the lord, the ...

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Let’s be realistic (climate and food)

Fatema Miah:   It is July now and the weather seems under the climate effect. Climate change is prominent issue, let’s leave the arguement about whether global warming or is it cooling, the issue is changing atmosphere’s effects on the biosphere, cryosphere, lithosphere and  hydrosphere already made drastic turn and causing suffering. The suffering here we are talking about isn’t ...

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Washington and Tehran proliferating

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Washington claims Iran is behind a succession of recent shipping attacks in the Gulf. It said grainy video published on the US Central Command’s website provided evidence of Iran’s involvement in Thursday’s attacks. The footage purportedly shows an Iranian boat removing an unexploded mine from one of the vessels. The US has accused Iran of ...

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Cricket: Ecological awareness becomes more acute

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Babies born around then might never watch a live ODI. The T20 game will see global franchise brands across tournaments, with centralized administration and coaching functions. A simpler boundary rule would save us endless agonizing over whether elbows, sleeves, shoes and the like are touching the boundary cushion. Players will wear GPS devices that monitor their ...

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