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Victory snatched away from Bangladesh

ENAYET RASUL BHUIYAN :: Of course some persons may contend that the traditionally emotional Bangladeshis, so ardent lovers of cricket and aspiring for cricketing glory as a way of expressing their emotions and patriotism, are naturally prone   to shifting blame on something else to hide ...

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In one life: the memoirs of a third world civil servant

Kamal Siddiqui :: It was the time of the first martial law in the country, imposed by General (later field marshal) Ayub Khan. I heard of some of the excesses of martial law functionaries in Narayanganj. Everyday abba would come home from office ...

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BANGLDESH 1971 AND TODAYS WORLD

Fatema Miah :: Isn’t the Current worlds unsettle status continuation of past political ignorance and result of harbouring injustice? Today world facing a very critical state of war between political legitimacy and uncompromising terrorism. War is ongoing  between the modern democratical western policy ...

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The relationship of climate change with sustainable development

SAIYEDATUN NESA :: The idea of global climate change is a conceptualization which emerges against a background of vulnerability, threat and risk to the global environment. The natural scientists initially framed climate change as a problem related to the long-term disturbance ...

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Bangabandhu’s birth anniversary celebrated

The 95th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was observed across the country yesterday with due respect. The nation also observed the day as the National Children’s Day. In Bhola, district administration chalked out two ...

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Political Zeal is world’s current ruling power.

Fatema Miah :: Is Obhijit Murder Issue just a religious hatred as it is appears to or is there any other hidden factor? My sincere condolence and empathy with Obhijit’s family members, relatives, friends, colleagues, acquaintances, well-wishers and fellow researchers. It ...

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BENGALI COMMUNITY IN BILATH (BRITAIN)

Imran Chowdhury :: The British Empire was crumbling with cost of both financial and collateral damages of the mammoth and colossal World War II. The indigenous population specially the male population was depleted due to the war casualty and new threat dictated the ...

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The terrorist politics of petrol bombs

BY MUHAMMAD ZAMIR Six weeks have passed and yet violence continues to rage on in the name of achieving democracy for the common man. On the plea of recovering the inherent and inalienable rights of the people, the 20-Party coalition ...

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Islam does not allow the Muslim to join ISIS

Most of us are aware that the world is affected by violent behaviors of different individuals or groups and it has increased significantly in recent years. Religions, in particular Islam, have received a great deal of criticism due to these ...

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Is the scare of Human Rights a Bogus Boo?

By Piya Mayenin In recent years the use of Human Rights as a defence for Immigrants and foreign Criminals in removal and deportation cases has been at the forefront of criticism. Surrounding the controversy has been a curtailing, repealing of ...

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