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Nanotechnology in food and agriculture

Nanotechnology in food and agriculture

The current global population is nearly 6 billion with 50% living in Asia. A large proportion of those living in developing countries face daily food shortages as a result of environmental impacts or political instability, while in the developed world there is a food surplus.

2014-04-02 07:52:28
Look Back In Retrospect

Look Back In Retrospect

The lackluster and abysmal performance of Bangladesh cricket over the last few months has raised several intriguing questions.

2014-04-01 08:57:10
Why Tigers Cannot Play to Potential?

Why Tigers Cannot Play to Potential?

Why Bangladesh Cricket team cannot play to its potential? Winning and losing are part of the game.

2014-03-23 00:59:06
India knocked on Khaleda’s door but returned disappointed

India knocked on Khaleda’s door but returned disappointed

Failure and frustration have marked the conversation between India and the Bangladesh National Party (BNP), particularly its Chairperson Khaleda Zia, who is possibly one opposition politician of a neighbouring country every important Indian leader met in the past two years but with no results to show.

2014-01-08 09:55:24
If every child gift from Allah, why they being mistreated?

If every child gift from Allah, why they being mistreated?

Let’s get serious for a moment or two. It’s time we had a little chat – tea and cake are optional, but be warned you’ll find no sugar here. If you are a parent, schoolteacher or headmaster this is especially addressed to you.

2014-01-05 06:39:29
Three poems of Rishika Jabeen

Three poems of Rishika Jabeen

One day the star will rise once again,
The cloud-sea will have huge waves,

2014-01-01 07:47:09
Aladdin’s Lamp and Amassing Huge Wealth by Ruling Party Leaders

Aladdin’s Lamp and Amassing Huge Wealth by Ruling Party Leaders

As the days are looming, details of wealth are coming out for aspirants of 10th Parliament. Members those got elected in the 9th parliament and also contesting in the 10th parliamentary election have submitted their wealth report to Election Commission (EC) and magnitude of their declared wealth surprised many readers.

2013-12-22 05:37:45
Death of a War Criminal

Death of a War Criminal

Cheers of “Joy Bangla” filled the air as hundreds of Bangladeshi Canadians gathered in Toronto’s east end in a tightly-packed community centre on Monday.

2013-12-18 03:59:35
Corporal punishment is a pseudonym for abuse

Corporal punishment is a pseudonym for abuse

At what point, when hitting a child, does it become physical abuse? Some parents and schoolteachers see no relationship whatsoever between the two.

2013-12-16 09:29:35
‘Evils’ apparently impeding country’s democratization

‘Evils’ apparently impeding country’s democratization

There are some inevitable questions, taken as proof for democracy, are yet to be answered in the context of Bangladesh.

2013-12-16 09:27:55
Ending Violent Political Campaign in Bangladesh

Ending Violent Political Campaign in Bangladesh

Today is Human Rights Day. Theme of this year is, “20 Years Working for Your Rights”. It was in December 1993 the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) cre

2013-12-10 00:26:33
Bangladesh: Turmoil may see return of Terrorism

Bangladesh: Turmoil may see return of Terrorism

It is about time that the United States Congress realized that the current political turmoil in Bangladesh may see a return of terrorism to Bangladesh.

2013-11-26 06:38:51
Building too many walls and not enough bridges

Building too many walls and not enough bridges

It was Newton who once said, “We build too many walls and not enough bridges”. Politicians in our county are exactly doing this. Recent reshuffle in the cabinet is unlikely to build bridges between rival political parties.

2013-11-20 02:16:34
Jamaat exposed!

Jamaat exposed!

As his SSC examination results were not good, Jamaat Assistant Secretary General Abdul Quader Mollah secured admission in BSc Pass course at Rajendra College, Faridpur in 1969.

2013-10-24 06:35:00
Teaching Medium of Pvt Varsities in BD: Overcoming the Debate

Teaching Medium of Pvt Varsities in BD: Overcoming the Debate

What should preferably be the language of teaching at private universities in Bangladesh has long become a debatable issue. English is the ‘official’ language in most cases--if not in all. But is it ‘okay’ with the students? And what about the teachers?

2013-10-05 08:32:40