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Saturday, November 25, 2017

A very Zimbabwean revolution

| By and Knox Chitiyo
The ecstatic scenes said it all - Zimbabweans around the world are celebrating the resignation of Robert Mugabe as president. In January 1980, hundreds of thousands of Zimbabweans
A very Zimbabwean revolution

Are Hillary's fingerprints on Mueller's smoking gun?

| By and Chris Blackburn
The London Centre for International Law Practice (LCILP) is in the middle of one of the biggest political scandals in history. George Papadopoulos, Donald Trump's foreign policy advisor,
Are Hillary's fingerprints on Mueller's smoking gun?

Stand together against gender-based violence

| By and Marcia Bernicat et al
We stand together in solidarity with the survivors of gender-based violence; we stand with the women, girls and allies who have bravely spoken out against harassment, rape, and
Stand together against  gender-based violence

Japan is one of the strongest countries in the world

| By and Dr N C Bhowmik
Japan is one of the industrialized and democratic countries in the world. There are ups and downs in its history. It has developed a harmonious composite culture based
Japan is one of the strongest countries in the world

A long-planned ethnic cleansing in Myanmar

| By and Alamgir Khan
A big falsehood spread around by the Myanmar government is that the attacks by Rohingya extremists on the security forces of Myanmar is the primary cause of the
A long-planned ethnic cleansing in Myanmar

Enduring friendships and lasting values

| By and Nazarul Islam
Continued from yesterdayOn the contrary, Uncle Hasnain was a reserved person, who never let his feelings reflect on the outside. He was the 'wise' man. Someone who dexterously calculated
Enduring friendships and lasting values

Nirad C. Chaudhuri: The last Englishman after decolonized India

| By and Dr Siddhartha Shankar Joarder
Nirad's Anglo-phile trait was predominant over a feature of his character.  This comes as a legacy of Renaiss-ance that takes place in eighteenth century in India.  Indian renaissance
Nirad C. Chaudhuri: The last Englishman after decolonized India

Enduring friendships and lasting values

| By and Nazarul Islam
English fiction is largely indebted to Jane Austen. An author, who skillfully portrayed the characters of Elizabeth Bennet and Charlotte Lucas together; to bring about a unique story
Enduring friendships and lasting values

Nirad C. Chaudhuri: The last Englishman after decolonized India

| By and Dr Siddhartha Shankar Joarder
Continued from yesterdayNirad's early life was full of joy because of his enormity of learning. This list of learning was surprising big ranging from politics to literature; mythology
Nirad C. Chaudhuri: The last Englishman after decolonized India

Classification of corruption

| By and M. S. Siddiqui
Bangladesh is one of the most corrupt countries in the world but interestingly, the nation very shy about the word 'bribe'. The much talked TICFA agreement with USA
Classification of corruption

Marriage, miracles and watches

| By and Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury
Wristwatches are part and parcel of people's daily life across the world. There are various brands of wristwatches some of which are highly expensive while some other brands
Marriage, miracles and watches

Nirad C. Chaudhuri: The last Englishman after decolonized India

| By and Dr Siddhartha Shankar Joarder
He further questioned that the 'incidence of great men in the nineteenth century was not a genetic miracle, but the result of a cultural situation created by the
Nirad C. Chaudhuri: The last Englishman after decolonized India

Syed Badrudduja . . . the scholar politician

| By and Syed Badrul Ahsan
A strong hint of the erudition in Syed Badrudduja was his home library. Shelves stacked with books, dealing with subjects as wide ranging as literature and politics and
Syed Badrudduja . . . the scholar politician

What Russia gains from meddling?

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From the Brexit referendum to the American and French presidential elections, Russia has been causing serious mischief in the western democracies. Recently it emerged that hundreds of fake
What Russia gains from meddling?

How technology has taken the Cold War online

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Fifty years ago, when the Cold War was in full swing, the easiest way for Moscow to sow the seeds of discord and disharmony in the West was
How technology has taken the Cold War online

Mastering the new geography of Brexit politics

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Mutineers, saboteurs, enemies of the people. As the Brexit debate approaches climax, it is running short of terms of abuse. It reverts to the language politics knows best
Mastering the new geography of Brexit politics

It's all downhill from here for the UK

| By and Mick O\'Reilly
You may not have noticed it, but last Friday was the midpoint between the Brexit referendum on June 23 last year, and March 29, 2019 when the United
It's all downhill from here for the UK

The truth behind the U.S. show of force in Asia

| By and Peter Apps
As U.S. President Donald Trump toured Asia, three U.S. aircraft carrier battle groups were exercising together in the Pacific. It was an awesome display of U.S. military power
The truth behind the U.S. show of force in Asia

Development and women: Where we are!

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Bangladesh, having the status of a 'developing country' and being on the highway of development, is still suffering from the curse of gender discrimination (to some extent).
Development and women:  Where we are!

Social resistance to violence against women

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Nowadays, the news of torture, rape, gang rape, rape, dowry, acid attack, child marriage, trafficking of women, prostitution, and multiple incidents of inhuman torture by husbands or wives
Social resistance to violence against women

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