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What on earth does Boris want on Brexit

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Good bye Theresa May and Welcome to the FT’s live blog on a big day for the UK as Boris Johnson becomes prime minister, replacing Theresa May who will formally resign to the Queen this afternoon. Mr Johnson will then be appointed prime minister and enter Downing Street to choose his cabinet.The early appointments to the Johnson ...

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Some voices and statements on anti terror not been made widely known.

Fatema Miah: It seemed to be and has been understood that large Muslim society have been silent on terrorism and hate attacks in the name of Islam. I May begin with my apology of not known of although not many, few  individuals have expressed their view against terrorism and commented disapproval of such manipulation on behalf of their committee and ...

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Internet and Smartphones addiction can alter teenage brain

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Internet users rapidly increasing and it is become one of the most important topic for the research. As the growing phenomenon of vast browsing of the Internet; now-a-days researchers are trying to identify what are the impacts of heavy Internet usage, specifically for the thought adults.In addition, 30 of them browsing the Internet without any specific reason, ...

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“It is not because it’s easy”

  By Afridi Raihan:   The Apollo 11 moon landing was a very important part of history since it was part of the cold war. Since the Americans got to the moon first, they got more popularity over the people. This would most likely make most people think that they are more advanced. The most remembered part of this part ...

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Bangladesh &  India today before West. 

Fatema Miah: Preya Saha has been nurtured by Awame league government in Bangladesh and she deceptively, and sneakily made untrue statement  to Mr Trump in the Whitehouse.  Shamefully scary. I am a British Muslim of Bangladeshi ethnicity. Being a devout Muslim I am scared of Bangladesh, specially from today 20 July 2019, because there people are often seem to be ...

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Boris throughout his time at the frontline of British politics.

  By Mehfuz Ahmed: I have known Boris throughout his time at the frontline of British politics, right from when he was the London Mayoral Candidate in 2006, to being elected Mayor, to when he was the Foreign Secretary. I recall meeting him just a few days before he visited Bangladesh to visit the Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazaar and ...

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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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