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Europe could become a 21st-century nightmare

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: There is no longer any point in ignoring the reality that a number of European Union member countries have explicitly rejected the EU’s goal of ever closer union. Instead of a multi-speed Europe, where all members are still heading toward the same destination, the goal should be a multi-track Europe that offers member states a wider variety ...

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Learning and motivation

Taslim Ahammad: Motivation and the nature of the learning experience are important factors for all learners, however, particularly for learners with issues like dyslexia. These factors need to be taken into account when developing a programme of learning over and done with motivation focusing on all learners. Learning- Educational researchers reach a decision that learning is much deeper than memorisation ...

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Ocean acidification – climate

Fatema Miah: In the last articles I explained albedo process and oceans are vast actor in the earth and how oceans are effected by Carbondioxide. Here lets talk about ocean acidification. The ocean acidification  caused by carbondioxide as well as other pollution. It is a concern issue. The earths largest portion of that’s 70% is Oceans and sea. Oceans and ...

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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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21 February International Mother Language Day

Taslim Ahammad: Conflict, confrontation and interaction the tradition with one another is going on all around for many causes. However, Bengali language, only a history of fighting and sacrificing lives for mother tongue in the world and Bangladesh born out of that fight over language. Hence, this peace on language movement of 21 February 1952, with a great respect and ...

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Challenge the decision to deprive teenager

Rayhan Ahmed Topader : Shamima Begum the school girl who fled London to join the Islamic State group in Syria has been stripped of her UK citizenship after expressing a desire to return.It is only possible to strip someone of their UK nationality if they are eligible for citizenship elsewhere and it is thought Ms Begum could be a Bangladeshi ...

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Words and silence!

The notion of listening to the word is so fundamental to concept of meaning that there must almost leap over our own shadow to realise the possibility of finding meaning not primarily in word but in Silence. The word would not be word without silence.  The word is not truly word unless it is born of silence, embodies silence, and ...

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Bangladesh Is Fast To Be An Economic Powerhouse

By  Shofi Ahmed: Bangladesh is now adding jumps to the storylines of global success. A feat sought after by developing and developed countries alike across the world. Bangladesh the 42nd largest and 31st largest by purchasing power is now one of the ten fastest growing economies of the world. With a per capita growth rate at 40% exceeding India which ...

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Amor Ekushey: Its significance & glory

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Bangladesh got better prestige and glory when UNESCO declared 21st February as the International Mother Language Day. It is also making significant strides towards peace, progress and prosperity at home and discharging international obligations abroad. But still, most of the parts of the world are unknown about the occurrence and it’s significances. So I want to notify ...

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Refuge camp  in Iraq

Fatima Miah: Here is a humanitarian crises caused by war, the manmade disaster led people to ran for dear lives. This Syrian  humanitarian crisis is also a complex emergency per it’s caused deprivation of basic essentials to human being. Let’s draw attention to the Domiz refugee camp in Iraq.  It’s a devastating situation there. War in Syria is an ongoing ...

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