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Ensure safe transport focusing during the Eid

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Every year thousands of people leave the capital for their village homes to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, one of the biggest religious festivals of the Muslims, with their near and dear ones. This year around 213 launches will transport passengers to at least 43 destinations during the festival. Millions, who would soon start departing for home on the occasion ...

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Socialisation in the knowledge society

By Taslim Ahammad: Socialisation in the knowledge management (next 19) Socialisation impacts human relationships in the society and businesses in several ways. In general, socialisation determines the way in which employees perceive teamwork, work habits and the exchange of information, which are all important factors for organisation and the social order. Socialisation is the lifelong process of inheriting and disseminating ...

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One of history’s greatest and cruellest vengeances

By Nooruddin Ahmed: “It seemed that the events of Karbala were being re-enacted on the soil of Bengal. Yet women and children were not murdered in Karbala. Even a cruel person like Yazid spared women and children”.  Sheikh Hasina, 16 August 1980, York Hall, London Two weeks before the extermination of their entire family in Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina, accompanied by ...

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Leadership is an art

  By Taslim Ahammad: The environment of our future leaders have to operate is quite different from what we were used to in the previous decade. Nowadays, organizational culture massively influenced by leadership and consequently, leadership affects organizational performance. Leader is somebody who influences a group of people towards the achievement of a goal. Hence, a leader can be defined ...

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Road safety is a fundamental demand for the public

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: Student protests spread like wildfire across the capital and elsewhere in the country yesterday, with the demonstrators vowing to remain on the streets until their demands for road safety are met. Angered by police beating on the previous day, thousands of students in uniforms and schoolbags on their back poured onto the streets of Dhaka and blocked ...

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The politics of migration are an entirely different matter

Rayhan Ahmed Topader: European Union leaders have defended a migration deal struck during talks in Brussels as doubts emerged about whether they would fulfil their promises to build secure centres for processing asylum claims of people rescued at sea. The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, said Europe had made a step in the right direction on migration as she prepared to ...

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FREEDOM OF PRESS AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY

  F R Chowdhury: It was Wednesday 18-July-2018, I was still on my morning breakfast listening to the TV news. The headline news was about a court verdict that gave £210,000.oo damages to Sir Cliff Richard for breach of his privacy by BBC. The story relates to a police search of Sir Richard’s house to look for suspected evidence of ...

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Green Card in Saudi Arabia

  By Advocate Md Halim Bepari, London Introduction: Green Card is a lawful officially granted permanent resident. A Green Card holder is someone who has been granted authorization to live and work in the Country. As proof of that status, a person is granted a permanent resident card, commonly called a “Green Card.”Green Card called ‘Carta di Soggiorno’ in European ...

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How can Gulshan-like killing be prevented from reoccurring?

Gulshan killing tarnished our image as a nation. We are normally considered as a peace loving moderate nation. If this type of atrocity continues to occur, it may pose a question in future as to how we continue to work as a peace keeper of the nations by being employed as peace keeping force by the UN.  As such this ...

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SYRIAN CHILDREN SHOT DEAD BY TURKISH BORDER GUARDS

Rayhan Ahmed Topader : EIGHT SYRIANS, most of them women and childr- en, have been killed by Turkish border guards while fleeing their war-torn homeland.The group was trying to cross into Turkey via a mountain smuggling route at the western end of the frontier when they were pushed back by Turkish forces firing live rounds.Mobile phone footage obtained by the ...

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