Arms race: The case for a no-first-use policy

Stanley Kubrick's classic 1964 film Dr. Strangelove delivers an eerily...

Reformers' thoughts on education

'Education' is a social phenomenon as well as an indispensable...

The ever beckoning overseas shores

Some haggard and apparently dazed Bangladeshi unskilled workers have recently...

Changing trends in marketing agricultural crops

History tells us that agriculture in this part of the...

Japanese FDI versus WTO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control

The Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA) has recently disclosed a...

UNGA 2018: Hasina drums up world support for solving Rohingya crisis

World leaders at the on-going 73rd session of the United...

An insider view of how the tax administration operates

One of the long-standing problems of economic management of Bangladesh...

Environmental sustainability and decent work

A green economy is one that "results in improved human...

Happy birthday to Lata Mangeshkar

Two 16-year old girls unfurled a new dawn of the...

Social media and Digital Security Act

Social media can be defined as "forms of electronic communication...

Human teachers versus robot teachers

The percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) spent on education...

When poetry coalesces into painting

"In times of crisis it is wise to keep silent."...

It is not cricket!

Something totally unbelievable and illegal happened during the ongoing Asia...

Poor corporate governance in banking sector

In the developed countries, stock market plays the key role...

Rising inequalities in Bangladesh

Since independence, overall economic inequality in Bangladesh has become pervasive;...

From Toronto Pearson Airport to Hazrat Shahjalal Airport  

To begin with a real-life air travel experience in Canada....

Education Day 2018 and students' movement

Education Day enters 56th year today, September 17. On this...

The global economy's fundamental weakness

When Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy ten years ago, it suddenly...

The nouveau riche of Bangladesh

That the rich in Bangladesh as a class is getting...

Energising cross-border power sector cooperation in South Asia

South Asian countries facing challenges in efficiently meeting growing electricity...

Can ASEAN turn geostrategic and technological disruption into opportunity?

Is the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) resilient enough...

Thriving e-commerce and its conflicting policy implications

Electronic commerce (popularly known as e-commerce) has picked up in...

New rules for high seas: Ensuring rights of poor nations

Over-fishing, warming oceans and plastic pollution dominate the headlines when...