People around the world are grappling with inflationary pressure. Many have lost their jobs or are earning a lower income.
Air pollution is one of the deadliest environmental concerns for human beings. In 2019, it contributed to 6.7 million deaths worldwide. Worryingly, 20 percent of newborn deaths in the world have...
Universities are considered to be the highest place for education, learning, research, and innovation.
After a downturn due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Bangladesh’s economy has been trying to get back on track and has succeeded in some cases.
The emergence of the highly transmissible Omicron variant of the coronavirus reminds us how uncertain the world has become.
The Covid-19 situation is now shrouded in uncertainty. Just when we were about to relax over the receding pandemic cases, it is once again time to worry.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence this year, we have highlighted our achievements as a country.
Throughout 2021, we have been celebrating 50 years of Bangladesh’s independence, with a lot of glory and pride.
This year, Bangladesh celebrates its 50th birthday. These 50 years have been marked with several achievements and promises in economic and social areas.
When 197 countries sit together to achieve something, it is almost certain that there will not be full agreement on the issues tabled for negotiation.