Britain’s Brexit process approaches roller coaster endgame
Peter Apps, Reuters global affairs columnist/Reuters If Britain genuinely wanted a good last-minute Brexit deal, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt should probably not have compared the European Union to the USSR. His comments, at the autumn conference of Prime Minister The ...বিস্তারিত
Why Indonesia’s tsunamis are so deadly
Anja Scheffers, Professor, Southern Cross University/WION News The magnitude 7.5 earthquake, and subsequent tsunami, that struck Indonesia days ago has resulted in at least 1,400 deaths. Authorities are still gauging the extent of the damage, but it’s clear the earthqu ...বিস্তারিত
Our cult of personality is leaving real life in the shade
George Monbiot, Guardian columnist/ The Guardian, UK By reducing politics to a celebrity obsession – from Boris to Trump to Corbyn – the media misdirects and confuses us What kind of people would you expect the newspapers to interview most? Those with the most to ...বিস্তারিত
Never Push Loyal Employees to the Point where they no longer Care!
Brigette Hyacinth, Bestselling author, and an International Keynote Speaker on Leadership/Linked In Few things are as disruptive and costly as managers who kill morale. Demotivated employees perform poorly and then walk out the door at the first opportunity. When employee ...বিস্তারিত
For waste-wise, sustainable cities
Mahira Khan, Knowledge management and communications manager for BRAC Urban Development Programme/BRAC Dhaka Match Colony is a slum in the peripheries of South Dhaka. In many ways, it is the quintessential urban slum – inadequate housing, cramped alleys and piles of sol ...বিস্তারিত
Will having more women in US Congress change anything?
Catherine Rottenberg/Aljazeera Over the past few months, pundits have obsessed over the unprecedented surge in the number of female candidates in the upcoming congressional elections in the United States, calling it "the year of the woman" or the "pink wave". Some have in ...বিস্তারিত
The race of Artificial Intelligence and the 3rd world war
A.S.M Riad Arif : The ongoing competition of Artificial intelligence (AI) in international level could be one the causes of third world war and worldwide destruction. Even Russian President Vladimir Putin told in 2017 that, ‘whoever becomes the leader in this sphere wi ...বিস্তারিত
Nationalism is the supreme of all
Dr. Foqan Uddin Ahmed : Nationalism is the spiritual force which holds a nation in a defined territory together for the maintenance of its general and special rights against arbitrary powers within the state and preservation of its independence against aggression from out ...বিস্তারিত
INSIDE OUT Political pledges trail on ingenious events?
Utpal Dutta : Suspicion, feeling of distrust, disbelieves have been seen around keeping pace with the days reckoning general election yet to be held. The restless syndrome prevails both in ruling party and the main opposition as well! Sheikh Hasina called upon the people ...বিস্তারিত
October in modern history
Syed Badrul Ahsan : There are moments in history you cannot quite forget. Or even if you do, they have a sudden way of rushing back into the memory and jolting you into an awareness of the very first time, decades ago, when a local or global incident or event arrested your ...বিস্তারিত