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Humanity

Bangladesh will miss Father Timm: Muhammad Yunus

“I wanted to die and be buried in Bangladesh. But nobody is listening to me. I am so helpless.”

Father Richard William Timm

Contemplating culture

According to Raymond Williams, the word 'culture' falls among one of the two or three most complicated words in the English language. Academicians of different disciplines in humanities and social ...

Mass culture captured in contemporary art (Britto)

'Build a culture of integrity'

If integrity and ethics are instilled in a child’s psyche from an early age, this becomes an integral part of the child’s life. Corruption and crime, then, are not seen as acceptable practices in any ...

'Build a culture of integrity'

Good days of investigative journalism must return

Over 50 journalists annually become victims of murder across the globe. On an average nearly 400 journalists are jailed. Populism is emerging in country after country. Authoritarian rule prevails.How ...

Good days of investigative journalism must return

Nations urged to support Gambia to ensure justice for Rohingyas

The governments of all the countries and international community have been urged to extend all possible support to The Gambia to ensure justice for the victims of genocide committed against the ...

Nations urged to support Gambia to ensure justice for Rohingyas

Bangladeshi workers in Algeria fall victim to recruiting agencies' traps

When they left the country for Algeria a few months back with dreams of changing their fate, they all were ecstatic. Now they feel trapped and are living in inhuman conditions in the North African ...

Bangladeshi workers in Algeria fall victim to recruiting agencies' traps

Faraaz memory shines in darkness

The jovial and frisky youth was adorably called 'Chhotu' by his mother. He was known as Faraaz Ayaaz Hossain, grandson of Transcom Group chairman Latifur Rahman, and the younger child of ...

Faraaz memory shines in darkness

Paleolithic people relished canned bone marrow

In a first evidence that early Paleolithic people saved animal bones for up to nine weeks before feasting on them, Tel Aviv University researchers in collaboration with scholars from Spain have found ...

Paleolithic people relished canned bone marrow

Humanity's emissions '100-times greater' than volcanoes

Human activity churns out up to 100 times more planet-warming carbon each year as all the volcanoes on Earth, says a decade-long study released Tuesday.The Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO), a 500-strong ...

Humanity's emissions '100-times greater' than volcanoes

Docking aborted for first humanoid robot in space

An unmanned spacecraft carrying Russia’s first humanoid robot to be sent into orbit failed to dock automatically at the International Space Station on Saturday, in a new setback for ...

Docking aborted for first humanoid robot in space
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