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Barbarians of the faith

Another barbaric chapter of an epic conflict between the presence and promise of modernity, and the bitter, toxic romance of regression was written on January 7 in Paris. This war, raging across the world, is a confrontation between the lethal ...

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‘Decisions taken must reflect cooperation’

Jos Van Alphen is a member of the Delta Commissioner’s staff since 2010, as a Senior Advisor of Strategy and Expertise. He recently visited Bangladesh to meet various stakeholders of the Bangladesh Delta Plan (BDP) 2100 Formulation Project to share ...

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A better year ahead

As 2015 begins, people all round the world are taking stock as they anticipate the year ahead. It is a time to reflect upon past errors as the nation looks forward. Bangladesh’s people continued to show tremendous resilience and fortitude ...

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Shepherds, not masters

Subjecting a child to corporal punishment in the home or school is no different to urinating against the wind – it all comes back on you. It is a truism that beating a child generates only negative results, but don’t ...

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Does A+ really matter?

Studying merely for the sake of passing testsand achieving dozens of A+ is a terrible experience. By introducing two more national exams, Primary School Certificate (PSC) and Junior School Certificate (JSC), we are asking our kids to gather many more ...

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