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Bangabondhu’s dream journeys 50 years of Bangladesh 

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader :   The inhabitants of Bangladesh had dreamt of a free land for long.Many individuals had sought to materialise this dream in the past. Many had spoken about that land during the first forty years of the last century. That plan was once again drawn during the partition of India. Moulana Bhashani had spoken about an independent ...

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The unique basis of Bangladesh’s nationhood

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman is the greatest Bengali of all times because he secured a place for us in the world map. He endowed the Bengalis with the gift of a permanent address.Bangabandhu or the Father of the Nation, whatever name we call him, his humongous inspirational appearance occupies the lane of our memory whenever ...

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Myanmar’s crisis could Hit Rohingya Repatriation

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:     The military in Myanmar has taken control of the state from the civilian government on Monday 1st February 2021.The media reports that the tension was going on with the civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her government for the last weeks. And this is the day the first new parliamentary session was due to ...

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Global demand Traditional textiles to technical textiles

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Technical textiles are the textiles in which more technical are involved. It has lot of advantageous in all sides. Among these, we explained about agro textiles, automotive textiles, geo textiles, medical textiles, protective textiles, smart textiles.Textiles are no more limited for use as apparels clothing is just are but not the only purpose of textiles ...

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Making a Will – Under English and Islamic Law, Part 1

By Khaled Noor:   Our life on Planet Earth is limited: one is making plans for what to do with one’s life… then comes the appointed time to say goodbye! Death is the only certain fact of our life, an inevitable truth, but its timing is uncertain, so it often comes along before we have prepared. As Socrates reminds us, ...

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My Language is my identity

Rayhan Ahmed Tpader:   February is a month of inspiration for the Bengali nation, especially for the younger generation. Because those who led the language movement were the young men of Bengal. On that day, young people like Rafiq, Salam, Barkat, Safiur and Jabbar shed their blood to maintain the dignity of mother tongue Bengali. The sad alphabet was unchained ...

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Daily Challenges for children and teenagers

    Rayhan Ahmed Topader:     People are spending twice as much time online compared to ten years ago with young people aged between 16 and 24 spending more than 27 hours per week on the internet1. In addition to this the 2015 Annual Media Monitoring report suggested that young people are spending more time playing and socialising online ...

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Holy Relics must be sought to immediate  protection.  Turkey  matter  

  Fatema Miah: I respect Erdogan, and his stance as a Muslim though I forsee his decision about Hagia Sophia to turn it into a mosque, inviting conflict.  I disapprove this decision because its a povoking matter.  There are plenty of Mosques in the city for prayers, this Structure is matter of conflict and this decision is  inviting conflicts. The ...

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Human-caused climate change and Covid-19

Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   Coronavirus may only be the beginning of global pandemics a future scenario in which climate change may also play a role.We have entered a pandemic era,” said a recent study in the journal Cell. Written by Dr.Anthony Fauci and medical historian Dr. David Morens, both of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the study ...

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Goodbye to 2020 and welcome 2021

    Rayhan Ahmed Topader:   In late February of 2020, The World Health Organization increased its risk assessment of the novel coronavirus to its highest level. The virus, which started in China in December 2019, had by that point spread to dozens of countries.The WHO said June 30 marked six months since it received the first reports of a ...

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