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1971 a remarkable year In the History

By Fatema Miah March 1971 is renowned History of Birth of Bangladesh. When Birth of Bangladesh mentioned the sadness of genocide automatically comes in. It is known as a civil war, was fought against Military power. When the history of ...

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Bangladesh must now search for an Impartial Speaker

By Najrul Khasru On 4th January 1642 King Charles I, accompanied by a party of his soldiers, arrived in the House of Commons to demand the arrest of five members of Parliament. Speaker Lenthall in a historic statement refused to ...

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DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF DEMOCRACY – I

F R Chowdhury We all know democracy means “government of the people, by the people and for the people” as stated by Abraham Lincoln. But there is more to it. There can be no democracy without freedom of expression, human ...

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Mujibur Rahman of Bangladesh

By Fatema Miah Children’s day, Shishu dibosh in Bangla, was celebrated in Bangladesh High commission Birmingham. It was my privilege to be invited to the programme, it was well presented, timely scheduled and has been objective. I learnt that it ...

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Prestigious College of Law Solicitor, Piya Mayenin, inspires the Community.

Prestigious College of Law Solicitor, Piya Mayenin, inspires the Community.

Piya Mayenin feels privileged to have studied both her Law degree (PGDL) and Legal Practice at the prestigious and best ranking College of Law that has shaped her into the confident solicitor that she is today. The College of Law ...

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The minimum and living wages in Bangladesh

  Rayhan Ahmed Topader There was something from, I think Mill, quoted by Margaret Thatcher about how something was nonsense, nonsense upon stilts. This would seem to be an apt starting point for describing an insistence about wages in Bangladesh. ...

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The Risks of Journalism in Bangladesh

A weeks prior I need composed an article regarding “digital journalism under threat in Bangladesh” when 35 online news portal has barred down by the government. In fact, not only digital journalism but entire journalism and journalists are in risk ...

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Bangladesh must now search for an Impartial Speaker

  By  Najrul Khasru   On 4th January 1642 King Charles I, accompanied by a party of his soldiers, arrived in the House of Commons to demand the arrest of five members of Parliament. Speaker Lenthall in a historic statement ...

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