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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Preparation and organization during the Liberation War

| By and Dr. N C Bhowmik
On May 11, 1971, speaking in the U.S. House of Representatives, Mr. James D. (Mike) McKevitt shared with the House a letter written by Mrs. Edward Sammel, of Danver,
Preparation and organization during the Liberation War

Britain's European ties

| By and Ana Palacio
Since the official start of Brexit negotiations last month, attention has been focused largely on the most contentious issues: how much the United Kingdom owes to the European Union,
Britain's European ties

Women are not outclassed at all

| By and Sujayendra Das
India is a vast nation with around 65.2 crores of females. There are 69.2 crores of males (as per 2017 figures) with figures of around 133 billion population.
Women are not outclassed at all

Preparation and organization during the Liberation War

| By and Dr. N. C. Bhowmik
In May and June of 1971, so far as killing and cleaning by the Pakistan Army were concerned, situation in Bangladesh worsened only. The hopes of the Pakistani
Preparation and organization during the Liberation War

Appeasement of minorities is a myth

| By and Ram Puniyani
The turmoil in Kashmir has worsened since the encounter of Burhan Wani last year (2016). The ceaseless protests, the handling of protests leading to deaths and blinding of
Appeasement of minorities is a myth

An interlude with lunar and feminine beauty

| By and Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury
A low beep from my cell phone woke me up in the middle of a Friday afternoon nap. I groped around my pillow looking for the cell phone.
An interlude with lunar and feminine beauty

How to fight antimicrobial resistance

| By and Jörg Reinhardt
Two weeks ago, G20 leaders committed to working together to address one of the world's most pressing and perplexing security threats: antimicrobial resistance (AMR) - a fierce and

In memory of Tajuddin Ahmad

| By and Muhammed Abdul Hai
"The first Prime Minister of free Bangladesh"- a great phrase, associated with great honor and dignity. Yes, Tajuddin Ahmad who happened to be the first Prime Minister of
In memory of Tajuddin Ahmad

The illusion of female power in politics

| By and Susan Vahabzadeh
Recent parliamentary elections in France resulted in a new record: 224 of the country's lawmakers - or 39 per cent - are now women, up from just 155
The illusion of female  power in politics

When it rains . . .

| By and Syed Badrul Ahsan
When it rains, I think of lonely ancient cemeteries and decaying bodies in freshly dug graves in the village. I do that because the rain seeps through the soil
When it rains . . .

Why are we afraid of North Korea?

| By and Philip W. Yun
With North Korea's successful intercontinental missile test earlier this month, Americans again woke up to breathless alarm over possible military strikes and the specter of a North Korean nuclear
Why are we afraid of North Korea?

Post-coup foreign policy of Turkey

| By and Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal
Foreign policy of Turkey under President Erdogan has been both prudent and assertive, tactfully protecting all genuine national interests of the former Ottoman Empire by linking domestic with foreign
Post-coup foreign policy of Turkey

Those fugitive war criminals

| By
The war criminals went into hiding and attempted to flee the country. This was not difficult, given the chaos and confusion that followed the end of the war of
Those fugitive war criminals

New India under Narendra Modi

| By
The Narendra Modi government has just concluded three full years of its tenure. By the middle part of the year 2019 the government's term is will to end. The
New India under Narendra Modi

Anatomy of Basirhat violence

| By and Ram Puniyani
In an insane act of violence two people lost their lives in Basirhat (West Bengal, 04 07 2017). From last quite some time the social media is abuzz that
Anatomy of Basirhat violence

'Fundamentalist parties can never occupy power in Bangladesh'

| By and Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury
Chairman of Parliamentary Committee on Public Accounts, Member of Parliament and former Home Minister Muhiuddin Khan Alamgir visited The Asian Age office recently. He spoke on a broad
'Fundamentalist parties can never occupy power in Bangladesh'

Those fugitive war criminals

| By and Anwar A Khan
As time ticks onward, the atrocities committed by Al-Badr, Al-Shams and Razakar forces in collusion with Pakaistan's army in Bangladesh in 1971 war are fading from living memory
Those fugitive war criminals

Linking up with global economy vital to halt money laundering

| By and Abu Ahmed
Money laundering is happening because a group of filthy rich people cannot safely deposit their legally or illegally obtained money at home. That's why they prefer to transfer
Linking up with global economy vital  to halt money laundering

Prove you are not a robot

| By and Tim Wu
When science fiction writers first imagined robot invasions, the idea was that bots would become smart and powerful enough to take over the world by force, whether on
Prove you are not a robot

Where can we go from here?

| By and T. Quadir Choudhury
To put it simply, a unit generated in solar is a unit saved in the grid. Based on this premise, this short article will attempt to highlight a
Where can we go from here?

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