Today is the 3rd
anniversary of the Rohingya exodus from Mayanmar to Bangladesh. It is an irony to note that Rohingya refugee crisis remains as of now unsettled while they are suffering immensely in Cox’s bazar and Kulapalong in Ukia in Bangladesh since they were driven from Rakhine state of
Myanmar when military crackdown on them in January of 2017.Kulupalong in Ukiah of Bangladesh is biggest refugee camps where as many as 900,00 Rohingya are stationed. Rohingya refugees of Rakhine state of Myanmar could be compared with pogrom ...
There has been of late rethinking in the administration of Bangladesh to go along with Indian administration of BJP led government of Narendra Modi following introduction of controversial citizenship law in India. The bill was passed in Lok Sabha on 8 January of 2019 while the bill was not passed in Rajya Sabha, writes Mohammad Amjad Hossain.
Practically India has started witch hunting against Muslim in particular. This has been reflected as many as several bilateral visits from Bangladesh to India have been of late postponed. It seems str...
Eminent Business Person and social worker Monzurur Rahman has been elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Pubali Bank Limited. He has been unanimously elected as Chairman of the bank in its 1247th
Earlier, he was a member of Board of Directors and Chairman of Executive Committee of the bank.
Mr. Monzurur Rahman is the Chairman of Rema Tea Company Ltd. and an Independent Director of Lafarge Holcim Bangladesh Ltd. He was an elected member of the Executive Committee of Bangladesh Association of Publicly Listed Companie...
Ms. Selima Ahmad MP
, President and Founder of Bangladesh Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BWCCI) and the Vice Chair person of Nitol-Niloy Group has been nominated as a "Leadership Champion"
by the WORLD BANK GROUP
for the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative (We-Fi) for the period June 2020 – May 2022 for her lifelong mission to empower women and extra ordinary contribution to promoting women’s economic empowerment in
Bangladesh. This news has been officially declared by the Head of Women Entrepreneurs Finance Init...
Pakistan is a country which is always in crisis — some of the crises are endemic, others temporary. Starting with the crisis of legitimacy and identity — whether Pakistan is a Muslim country or an Islamic state — to questions of provincial autonomy, civil-military imbalance and perpetual allegations of rigged elections, we are always in a state of uncertainty and confusion.
A corollary of this predicament is that even after 72 years, we have not been able to find our
By A. R. Farrukh Ahamed
Education is universally recognized as a right, not a privilege. Unfortunately, this right is often interrupted due to fund unavailability of the education providers and the learners too. The Right to Education is guaranteed by many legal tools of the global bodies as well as by the constitutions and laws of the state parties. But in many developing and least developed countries like Bangladesh, this right cannot be fully implemented as there has been a shortage of investment in education. Though ‘investment in education’ is considered the most effective and trustworthy investment by all the stakeholders, but fund is still not ensured by the pa...