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Rambling robots & scrambling youths

In a powerful piece relating robotic capacities, among other "digital revolution" features, to the human being's brain evolution, Jay N. Giedd observed more than half a dozen years ago the pivotal place of youths ("The digital revolution and adolescent brain...

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Tackling the consequences of illegal migration humanely

Human trafficking and illegal migration have reached unacceptable proportions. The...

MSMEs - both a choice and a reality for Bangladesh

In a country like Bangladesh, where there is no dearth...

In need of smarter strategy to strengthen Teletalk  

Among the four mobile operators in Bangladesh, state-owned Teletalk is...

International business in the fast changing complex environment  

At this very juncture the size and complexity of international...

Growth strategy needs to focus on human development

Ranking in global economy is something many countries, especially the...

Protecting arable land from extinction

At least 69,000 hectares of agricultural land have been shrinking...

Option for environmentally friendly energy sources  

Among all the natural resources, air is being polluted mainly...

Europe must oppose Trump, strengthen world peace

With Donald Trump due to visit Europe again for the...

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Vanishing of archaeological sites: Stemming the tide

Had there been no British administration, though colonial, Dhaka's Lalbagh Fort and its other landmark relics would have crumbled down one-and-half to two centuries ago. In their place the city residents would have seen the construction of different types of new-age architectural edifices. As time wore on, these buildings were...

Slow moving rickshaws choking traffic  

SLOW-MOVING and manually driven rickshaws are a cause for traffic...