Rohingya refugees: Will they go back?

Rohingya Muslim refugees wait in a line for aid in...

More public spending, not tax cuts, holds the sway

The Trump administration's promise to increase infrastructure spending should break...

In search of a lost world

The picture of a small boy running in wild joy...

When elephants are used for extortion

When it comes to intelligence, the elephant comes next to...

From regional security perspective

Guarantying human rights increases security. This simple equation between human...

Tuning in to the market demand

The most important factor for sustainable progress of a country...

Rohingya: A trail of misfortune

Forsaken and driven out by their home country Myanmar, tens...

Two hundred years of 'Comparative Advantage'

In a recent seminar, an economics entrant asked a question:...

The Rohingya crisis: A genocide unfolding

Almost 400,000 Rohingyas have now poured into Bangladesh following the...

Where the solution lies

According to the United Nations estimate, more than 400,000 persecuted...

Malaysia: An inspiration or lesson on dev?

Uttering the name 'Malaysia' conjures up a cornucopia of images...

Caregivers to offer a service with difference

Caregivers they are called. Although unfamiliar to most people, the...

Working towards greener world

FE: As a young professional, how do you look at...

The paralysis in policy decisions

The very name of the venue evokes a feeling of...

Reflecting on the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis

Twenty years ago in July a run on the Thai...

Community fridge to feed the poor

They call it community fridge. It is not because the...

The impact of partition: A life sketch

The partition of the Indian Subcontinent 70 years ago, when...

Why nationalisation of edn institutions matters

Different organisations of teachers have been on the streets for...

The curse of illiteracy in a digital world

The theme of the International Literacy Day this year is:...

Paperless trade requires regional cooperation

During the last week of August this year, Bangladesh along...

China's ties with Saudi Arab taking a new turn

While China's oil majors Petro China and Sinopec Corporation had...

Demystifying the fear of Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 is the nickname of robotics and automation. The...

GI protection: Branding is all

Bangladesh has received Geographical Indication (GI) tag for Hilsa fish...