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PLAIN TRUTH Israeli Settlements as illegal: UN Security Council Resolution

Dr. Mozammel Haque ::It is now 2017; the world has completed hundred years since 1917 when the international community witnessed some terrible events around 1917. In the backdrop of international politics, there was First World War; fall and decline of ...

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Brexit: Supreme Court says Parliament must give Article 50 go-ahead

Parliament must vote on whether the government can start the Brexit process, the Supreme Court has ruled. The judgement means Theresa May cannot begin talks with the EU until MPs and peers give their backing – although this is expected ...

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Mental health is ignored in Bangladesh

Bangladesh, a country with so many opportunities is continually turning into a country with lots of risks for its inhabitants; every year thousands of people are becoming the victims of man-made and natural disasters, gender based violence, political restlessness, conflicts, ...

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Leadership: Bangabandhu, Tajuddin, and Hasina

Bangladesh’s history in modern times has effectively been an enduring story of the leadership provided to it by three individuals. There is Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, and then there is Tajuddin Ahmad, and now there is Sheikh Hasina. When you ...

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7th Lunar calendar month; an eventful of night of Journey

Fatema Miah :: I remembered, when my boys were little toddlers, on this this special date off al- Mehraj; I with my little jolly angles used to have little celebratory days; having a contributory discussion about the special night of ...

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PLAIN TRUTH Middle East Peace and Japan’s Roles – A European Perspective

Lord Nazir Ahmed, one of the earliest Muslim members appointed to the Britain’s House of Lords, was invited by Universal Peace Forum (UPF)-Japan which conducted the fourth Japan-Europe Forum recently. Hundreds of citizens and experts in Kobe, Fukuoka and Tokyo ...

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New bank, new friends and old routes made new

Subir Bhaumik :: The China-sponsored Asian Infrastructure Development Bank has witnessed an unprecedented rush from American allies to join it as founding members. Countries like Brazil and Russia were expected to join, so was India, having already supported the China-powered ...

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Labour’s pioneering role in this subcontinent: an introduction

Farooque Chowdhury :: THE wage ‘slaves’ were coerced or allured out of their villages with the power of starvation. ‘[B]etween the years 1921 and 1931 the number of industrial workers employed in establishments of more than 10 workers rose from 2.6 ...

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Origins of the Bengali Calendar

Only a few weeks ago, Bangladesh celebrated Bengali New Year’s day (Bangla Noboborsho) with unprecedented razzmatazz – colourful festoons donned the apartments in high-rise buildings, rickshaws, and even lamp posts; women wearing bright yellow saris chanted Noboborsho-welcoming songs; girls with ...

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Altab Ali and the Battle for Brick Lane

The 37th Annual Altab Ali day took place this week beginning with a solemn and dignified wreath laying ceremony.  It brought together veterans of the 1978 era and a number of current leaders and organisations from the wider anti racist ...

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