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Movie theatres counting days to reopen for survival

Dhaka, Sept. 4 -- The entire world is still going through the unprecedented time and consequences of COVID-19, although the reopening of businesses and living with the 'new normalcy' brought changes i... Read More


US Poll Predictions and Presidential Politics in the American Polity

Dhaka, Sept. 4 -- The US residential polls are akin to a drama that is staged every four years in which the American are actors on stage and the rest of the world is the audience. With one major diffe... Read More


The Dichotomy of Justice for Children: An Analysis

Dhaka, Sept. 4 -- Bangladesh has a population of almost 180 million and almost half the population are children. Due to their young age, children who come in conflict with the law may not possess the ... Read More


How to Get Hired for Online Writing Jobs

Dhaka, Sept. 4 -- During the pandemic situation, most of the people are looking for home-based income opportunities. Online writing profession could be a dream job for anyone who wants to stay home sa... Read More


Verging around magnificence, transcending beyond

Dhaka, Sept. 4 -- Tajuddin Ahmed is one of the most vital painters from the '70s, a time when the country was striving against the pangs that forced it into the freedom movement. Thus far while crossi... Read More


From unbanked to fully digital? A look behind Bangladesh's online money transfers

Dhaka, Sept. 4 -- COVID-19 has shown how some states, when motivated, can institute compassionate, sweeping and radical changes that remake society and its relations between workers and their organiza... Read More


Notes from a sin city

Dhaka, Aug. 28 -- Are casinos going to return? Such a silly honour to bestow on a city where sin and crime have mixed and made love to produce a child whose name we are afraid to take. But its real a... Read More


Volcano in east Med gas cake

Dhaka, Aug. 28 -- A new chapter of tensions has emerged in recent days in the eastern Mediterranean basin, after Egypt and Greece signed an agreement to demarcate the exclusive economic zone of the tw... Read More


Kate Chopin: The Struggle of Everywoman, Everywhere, in Everyage!

Dhaka, Aug. 28 -- The Dhaka-based literary club 'The Reading Circle' (TRC), chaired by Professor Niaz Zaman,discussed the short stories of the late nineteenth century American writer, Catherine O' Fla... Read More


Powerplay in Paradise: Sino-Indian Tussle in the Maldives

Dhaka, Aug. 28 -- The Maldives is a picturesque country of merely 515,000 people located just beyond the southern tip of the South Asian land mass, in an idyllic Indian ocean setting. The nation is sp... Read More