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‘Internet Life, Easy Life’

Mohammad Sajjad Hosen Roki: In Present world is called Internet age. It has many useful things. Internet sometime called The Net: Actually Internet is worldwide system of Computer network. A global computer network providing a variety of information and communication facilities consisting of inter connected network using standardized communication protocols.  Robert E Kahn and... details

Obaidul Quader: A man of exceptional political career

Mir MosharrefHossain.Pakbir: MNA Feature Desk: ObaidulQuader, having a prolonged, prosperous and renowned political life, is a cultural-minded, kind, logical, sacrificing, straight-talking and honest person in his personal life. He is a leader with full of dreams of the welfare of the people of Bangladesh. When Bangladesh as well as Awami League was in crisis with Padma Bridge corruption... details

Why China and Russia are buying so much gold

Live Correspondent: The good news for gold enthusiasts is that China and Russia, the world’s No. 1 and No. 3 producers, are catching up to the big industrial countries in stocks of bullion in their official reserves. The bad news is that, on present “steady-as-she goes” monthly gold accruals, it will take China and Russia — No. 6 and 7 in the world ranking of global gold reserves —... details

Why Zakir Naik’s publicity mechanisms deserve

Live Correspondent: The deadly Dhaka terror attack, among other things, has unmasked the popular yet controversial Islamic scholar Dr. Zakir Naik’s dubious role in the radicalization of youth especially in Bangladesh. The 50 year-old Mumbai-based doctor-turned-tele-evangelist attracted wide media attention both in Bangladesh and India in the aftermath of the barbaric killing of 20 foreign... details

95th Anniversry of DU: The Musings of Dhabians

Lamia Mohsin: In every nation and across every generation the youth is the torchbearers of hope with spirits emblematic of zeal, energy, vigor and vitality. We dream the impossible, and we transcend boundaries, for we are indestructible, invincible. Time and again, the youth have contributed to the glorified and decorated history of our country and have been on the forefront with the bedrock of... details

Flexible Minimum Standards for Higher Education

Professor Ranjit Goswami: Two parallel forces have been shaping higher education globally of late. One is the move towards standardisation of higher education which can be observed both within the academic programmes of individual higher education institutions, or HEIs, and across HEIs in both intra- and inter-benchmarking exercises. The other is the idea of 'higher education for all’,... details

Feminism And Dissented Voices

Lamia Mohsin: One of these days you will wonder how such atrocious incident can possibly occur in your city. In the city you live, that very familiar, 'glitzy', 'glamorous' metropolitan where you get roasted, aromatic coffee beans in some posh, upscale cafe or bistro, where material living standards have skyrocketed over the last few decades. But where poverty and financial affluence... details

Killing After Enforced Disappearance: Where is its End?

Md Saiful Islam: The tendency of killing after enforced disappearance has been increased tremendously in last couple of months. Recently two students named Abu Jar Giffery  and Shamim Mahmud were forcibly disappeared at Jhenaidah on March 2016 for which law enforcement agencies are suspected by their family members. The following day after their disappearance, their family members organized a... details

DU Central Library: A Dreamy Space for Career

Sheikh Abdullah-Al-Nokee:  Dhaka University Central library is a domain of fostering the dream, a place of commitment to turn the ambition into reality. The impression of blowing over the moments with this library is as like as staying in the ocean of knowledge and wisdom. The collection of more than half million books, research papers and documents have enriched this library with the addition... details

Waste Management in Dhaka City: Civic Life Concerns

 Md Shah Paran:  Wastes are not new. Waste generation is rooted in the origin of Human Being. We, human being, are the main responsible agent of generating and managing waste. History shows that early humans simply dug a hole and buried their refuse and trash. This was an effective technique in that time as their generation of waste was relatively small. Even a few decades ago waste... details

Who are your successors?

Habib Kaium  Why Jatiya Party is losing its popularity? Is it because there is no scope of ‘chanda’ or ‘commission’ for party men? No, Jatiya Party is diminishing because people see Mr. Ershad has no succession or he did not make any successor. He could make his brother his successor. But he couldn’t. Jatiya Party has no future hope although Mr. Ershad always says that his party is... details

Urgent relief need for northern flooded region

More and more districts in the northern region of the country are being hit by floods. Large numbers of people are suffering. With their houses under water, people have to take shelter on the embankments, spending days and nights under the open sky. With roads also under water, communication has also been broken down. Hectare after hectare of agricultural land is also flooded, indicating tough... details

Facebook to let users nominate online heirs- AP

Facebook has announced that it will allow users to designate a family member as their online "heir" to manage their account and make comments in their name after their death. Previously, the accounts were "memorialised" after death, or locked so that no one could log in. But Facebook says its users wanted more choice. Beginning in the US, Facebook users can pick a "legacy contact" to post... details