Curing the ills of private universities

    he number of students in Bangladesh is increasing...

Jobless growth, really?

The growth narrative of a developing country takes a long...

Living wage in RMG sector: Some conceptual issues

The ready-made garment (RMG) industry has been Bangladesh's key export...

Is this going to be the wettest ever Baishakh?

Had there been a wetter Baishakh than the one just...

The mastery of weed management

Weeds in crop fields are a real hazard that reduces...

Ways of healthy eating during Ramadan

Islam encourages Muslims to make sure they are mindful of...

The world soccer's legend scorers

Miroslav Klose, the German striker, is the highest scorer in...

Extraordinary power of the living world

Why do birds migrate to warmer countries in the winter?...

Lightnings: The bombardment from heavens

It is inadvisable to go outdoors during a storm in...

A trek to Tagore’s days and the spiritual home

"Taal gach ek paye dariye / On one leg stands...

Of nutritional management for Thalassemia patients

Thalassemia is a type of blood disorder with an autosomal...

Rising military conflicts imperil 'sustainable peace'

The underlying message at the fifth annual Stockholm Forum on...

Tropical cyclones in Bangladesh in changing climate

Major cyclones have drastically increased in Bangladesh in recent decades....

Addressing inequality in the era of Sustainable Development Agenda

Rising income inequality has been the subject of considerable debate...

Lightning shaft that descends from above to kill

Lightning or thunderbolt has become the latest agent of death...

Doing it with Beautiful Mind

The Beautiful Mind, a special centre for autistic and mentally-challenged...

The world deaf history as it takes shape

In the modern era, there are many deaf heroes around...

Linking climate change to human rights

Chief Seattle said, "All things share the same breath- the...

Investments in the era of SDGs and LDC transition

The private sector has been historically playing an important role...

How a small gadget has transformed the world

If a person went into coma, say, 25 years ago...

Rohingya girding up for monsoon

Over 40,000 Rohingya families in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar refugee camps...

Reviving jute’s lost lustre: A Swedish gesture

Health-conscious people across the world are avoiding the use of...

Cracking the obesity pandemic

Obesity has become an increasingly serious problem around the world...