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Bangladesh: The State-Language and the State

Bangladesh: The State-Language and the State

Prof. Abul Quasem Fazlul Huq :The whole of the history of mankind shows that man's language is inseparable from his life. Human life is impossible without language. In

Captive politics is not student politics

Captive politics is not student politics

After the brutal killing of a BUET student, the issue hotly debated countrywide is whether student politics should be permitted at public universities. Only the government universities run with

Glimpses of Cultural heritage in Bangladesh

Glimpses of Cultural heritage in Bangladesh

Prof. Dr. Anwarul Karim :IntroductionCulture is a total human phenomenon. It is the special and exclusive product of human being, which he she learns as a member

Bank customers' risk management

Bank customers' risk management

Khondkar Ibrahim Khaled :Bank failure is not uncommon. We witnessed bank crises in the United States as well as in Europe. During first decade of present century, US

'Development': Rhetoric for Authoritarian Rule

'Development': Rhetoric for Authoritarian Rule

Anu Muhammad :We are living in the digital age of globalization under neo-liberal model of capitalism. This phase can be described as development with steroid, growth with environmental

Malraux's visit to Bangladesh

Malraux's visit to Bangladesh

Dr. Mahmud Shah Qureshi :It was in April 1973. Andre Malraux (1901-1976) France's most legendary living figure in the domain of arts and letters, politics and philosophy, came

Serious threat of global climate change

Serious threat of global climate change

Dr. Anu Mahmud :"For centuries, wars have been fought for territorial expansion, ideological or religious dominance, and national pride. In the future, as climate change progresses and its

Assessing Appropriate Technology for SMEs in the changed business perspectives

Assessing Appropriate Technology for SMEs in the changed business perspectives

Saleh Ahmed Choudhury :IntroductionToday the process of globalization has encouraged the Multinational companies to spread their branches and offices all over the world.  Globalization has inevitably kindled

Whither self-reliant Bangladesh?

Whither self-reliant Bangladesh?

Dr. Muhammad Abdul Mazid :Bangladesh was born out of a war for freedom, democracy, social justice and self reliance, what Andre Malraux once called "the last noble cause."

Success and transformation of agriculture and it's institutions towards achieving SDG

Success and transformation of agriculture and it's institutions towards achieving SDG

Agriculture in Bangladesh is a glaring example of success stories in the development paradigm that put the country from a deficit to a near surplus country in staple food

Blue Gold Program : A way forward for coastal Polder Water Management

Blue Gold Program : A way forward for coastal Polder Water Management

Engr. Md. Amirul HossainThe coastal zone of Bangladesh borders the Bay of Bengal with length of about 710km and is- the delta of the three largest rivers of the world

Happy Birth Anniversary to The New Nation

Happy Birth Anniversary to The New Nation

Alamgir Mohiuddin :It is indeed a great achievement for The New Nation as it celebrates the 40 year of publication. Happy Birth Anniversary to the paper that bears

Chittagong sea port and the ease of  doing business index : Bangladesh perspective

Chittagong sea port and the ease of doing business index : Bangladesh perspective

Trade is called the engine of growth. According to the 7th five year plan, Bangladesh has to attain around 8% of GDP growth by 2021. For attaining 8-10% GDP growth,

Let us salute the farmers

Let us salute the farmers

Syed Tosharaf Ali :Australian High Commissioner Mr Jim L. Allen (1972-73) once came in contact with Mr Reginald Corraya, locally known as Regin Corraya, who lived in a

Bangladesh education systems and employment markets : Challenges and way out

Bangladesh education systems and employment markets : Challenges and way out

Shahin Reza  :PreambleFood, clothing, shelter, education and health were known for decades as the four fundamental needs of human beings. After Independence in 1971 as a new

Development and crisis in Bangladesh

Development and crisis in Bangladesh

Engr.S.A.Rashed :Introduction: Pre-Liberation eraThe history of Bangladesh after Independence has passed over 48 years. From 1947, the people had to struggle for sovereign existence against the rule

Positioning Banking brands

Positioning Banking brands

A.S.M. Sabbir Hossein Khan :Rashida lives in Debigonj, an upazila in Panchagarh, a far away district from Dhaka. Her only daughter works in Dhaka and sends money to her