TRULY YOURS Ripping Up Terror: Peace Infrastructure Is The Need
Mohammad Ali Sattar Our cops are doing a commendable job. Few days back they have managed to finish off the alleged mastermind of the Gulshan café attack. Tamim Chowhdury, Rabbi and Tawsif were killed in a day light operation by the armed unit of the police in Naraya ...বিস্তারিত
TRULY YOURS How did Kerry find our PM?
Mohammad Ali Sattar John Kerry’s short trip to Bangladesh has been interesting. He came in for just little over seven hours and had a hectic schedule to meet up. However brief may be the stay any visit by an American top state official is significant. These visits ...বিস্তারিত
Stuck in my mind Aung sang Suu Kyi: Flag Bearer of Democracy in Myanmar
Ashik Kabir We look up to people as role models by their virtue or extraordinary activities they held for the betterment of the world. Our role models also persuade us to overcome all hurdles and create examples of altruism and relentless in order to accomplish a firs ...বিস্তারিত
Bangladesh Female Sport Heroes Are Emerging
Eshan Maitra Just over a decade ago, we could hardly think of any other sport than cricket in the national perspective. Though, football, badminton or volleyball was common sports among the youth. But never as popular as comparing to cricket. Moreover, it was even mor ...বিস্তারিত
Migration: Good or Bad?
Surjeet Singh For a laymen, migration is a movement of people from one place to another with the intensions of settling in the new region temporarily or permanently (if they are allowed). The migration can took place within the countries (internal migration) as well a ...বিস্তারিত
Morning Writer How long and why?
Tarannum Sattar Risha is dead. Another voice silenced and this time through no fault of her own. Risha, a student of 8th grade in Willes Little Flower School went to the tailor with her mother to order a dress to be custom made. Her beauty attracted one of the worke ...বিস্তারিত
TRULY YOURS MONTH OF AUGUST: It means so much to so many
Mohammad Ali Sattar The month of August has turned out to be a time of huge task of remembrance. This month means everything to this nation. The loss of the founding leader on the 15th of this month along with his family members and other kin is an event that not onl ...বিস্তারিত
Stuck in my mind The Syrian Conflict:: A further rout on humanity
Ashik Kabir [email protected] The recent images of a Syrian boy drenched in blood and dust have astounded the world once again. It has brought the gruelling realities of Syrian civil war. The boy, Omran Daqneesh who is roughly 5 years old stunned the world into ...বিস্তারিত
I do not “agree” with this “culture”
Salim Mustafa It was started when a teacher, in 1999 of govt. school, sparked a debate over British rule while taking his class, not exactly British rule but the condition of the farmers under their regime or after enacting our own independent constitution in 1950. More ...বিস্তারিত
Computer Knowledge: Only Bounded Within Videos Games and Facebook
Eshan Maitra So the other day, one friend of mine came to me asking about which ‘desktop’ computer should she buy. Well, if you happen to be a computer geek, you already know what a noob question that is. Despite the fact, I asked about her budget and for what use she ...বিস্তারিত