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‘Language policy’ is a must for Bangla: Soumitra Sekhar Dey

The point is, whether we value our language or not depends on the attitude of the state towards the language. Our main crisis is that we have not developed any language policy

‘Language policy’ is a must for Bangla: Soumitra Sekhar Dey

Mission to Mars

NASA’s Perseverance rover beams back spectacular new images

NASA on Friday released stunning new photographs from Perseverance, including one of the rover being gently lowered to the surface of Mars by a set of cables, the first time such a view has been ...

NASA’s Perseverance rover beams back spectacular new images

Study sheds light on factors linked with elevated risk of bone fractures

A new study has identified various factors that may indicate whether a person faces a higher likelihood of experiencing a bone fracture over the next two decades

Study sheds light on factors linked with elevated risk of bone fractures

NASA’s Perseverance rover ready to search for life on Mars

Over the coming years, Perseverance will attempt to collect 30 rock and soil samples in sealed tubes, to be eventually sent back to Earth sometime in the 2030s for lab analysis

NASA’s Perseverance rover ready to search for life on Mars

UK to launch world’s first Covid-19 human challenge study

The initial study will aim to establish the least amount of virus needed to cause Covid-19 infection

UK to launch world’s first Covid-19 human challenge study

Protection against severe COVID-19 inherited from Neanderthals

A new study has suggested that a genetic variant associated with reduced coronavirus severity was inherited from Neanderthals

Protection against severe COVID-19 inherited from Neanderthals

Tweets could reveal impact of anti-depressant drugs

Depression is one of the most widespread mental illnesses. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), it affects more than 322 million people of all age groups and is one of the leading causes ...

Tweets could reveal impact of anti-depressant drugs

COVID-19

Wuhan could just be one of first places where the virus spread: WHO team

Laboratory leak of novel coronavirus is 'extremely unlikely' said a team of international experts, including those from the World Health Organisation (WHO), investigating the origins of COVID-19

This file photo taken on 25 January, 2020 shows medical staff members wearing protective clothing to help stop the spread of a deadly virus which began in the city as they walk at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital in Wuhan

Grameenphone unveils Telenor’s research findings

Grameenphone has unveiled a research finding, conducted by Telenor Research, Monday as to how people will cope with the new trends of technology in post pandemic period.

Grameenphone unveils Telenor’s research findings

NASA plans to launch Mars ice mapping mission

NASA, in collaboration with three international partners, is planning to launch a robotic Mars ice mapping mission, which could help the agency identify potential science objectives for initial human ...

NASA plans to launch Mars ice mapping mission
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