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Bangladesh: Turmoil may see return of Terrorism

It is about time that the United States Congress realized that the current political turmoil in Bangladesh may see a return of terrorism to Bangladesh. Eradication of terrorism from the country was one of the top priorities of Sheikh Hasina when she took over prime ministership in 2009.

Building too many walls and not enough bridges

It was Newton who once said, “We build too many walls and not enough bridges”. Politicians in our county are exactly doing this. Recent reshuffle in the cabinet is unlikely to build bridges between rival political parties.  Only noticeable change is emergence of additional number of

Jamaat exposed!

NEW DELHI: As his SSC examination results were not good, Jamaat Assistant Secretary General Abdul Quader Mollah secured admission in BSc Pass course at Rajendra College, Faridpur in 1969. His father Maulana Abdul All was Faridpur District Jamaat President. Islami Chhatra Sangha unit was

Teaching Medium of Pvt Varsities in BD: Overcoming the Debate

What should preferably be the language of teaching at private universities in Bangladesh has long become a debatable issue. English is the ‘official’ language in most cases--if not in all. But is it ‘okay’ with the students? And what about the teachers?Learning foreign languages

Transhumanism: The future of mankind

DHAKA: Evolution is the change in the inherited characteristics of biological populations over successive generations and this change happens in the genetic level which primarily manifests as diversity and in the long run this gives birth to a new species. We, Homo sapiens also have come

National Interest: Dear Narendrabhai

You want a Bengali speaking Af-Pak or a liberal, secular Bangladesh? You can decide now WHY am I not addressing this appeal to adarniya Advaniji or my old friend Sushma first? Or to dear Rajnathji or Arun (Jaitley), even though I might have known all four of them more closely than you,

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