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EU countries should liberalize their visa process

By Manzurul Alam Mukul:  European Union (EU) countries are now struggling with influx of thousands of refugees, slow economic growth and high employment, terrorist attacks and presence of network of the Islamic State with a negative perception about Muslims in the Middle-east.

Bangladesh moves to development like Singapore

A K Azad: Singapore achieved independence from Britain in 1959, just 12 years before Bangladesh bagged independence from Pakistan.

Notable Heritage Sites–requiring preservation for tourism

By Monty Siddique: This beautiful Earth has witnessed the evolution and decline of mammoth civilizations. Whether it was the Assyrian or the Indus Valley or the Greek or the Egyptian or the Roman, they all had their days.

Fire in markets and our fears

Mostafijur Rahman Nasim: The people of Bangladesh warmly welcomed the New Year following the Gregorian calendar. However, some recent incidents panicked the countrymen in just first week of the year.

N’ganj people get their expected leader finally

Mostafijur Rahman Nasim: Narayanganj election is the buzzword now across the country. The Election Commission successfully completed the polls in a peaceful and fair manner. And the people of the vital city near Dhaka got their expected leader.

EC should prove all`s well that ends well

A K Azad: Shakhawat Hossain Khan, BNP-backed mayoral candidate, is contesting in Narayanganj City Corporation (NCC) polls against the key opponent Selina Hayat Ivy, ruling Awami League nominated two times mayor. Amid tensions over the election whether it would be fair and peaceful, President Abdul Hamid has started talks with political parties over forming a new Election Commission (EC).

NCC polls and our expectation

Mostafijur Rahman Nasim: Every election in the country always brings a festive mood in the electoral area. Aspirants and voters pass a joyous time during polls.

An open letter to a teenager

Saima Pervin: Teenage is the age when life seems to be an island of fireflies, a constant lightning of new hopes and dreams.

Rohingyas people are human being also

Mostafijur Rahman Nasim: We are hearing many words about humanity from top leaders of the world regularly. But, unfortunately some humanity issue doesn't touch anyone properly.

It’s time to stop violence against women

A K Azad: Though the world is becoming developed day by day, violence against women is increasing by the year.

Our children are our future

Mostafizur Rahman Nasim: Life is becoming fast along with the development of modern technology. Gradually, the general people are being alert about their basic rights and other facilities across the world.

Let`s pledge for parity

Augustin Sujan: The International Women`s Day is observed on March 8 to celebrate the social, cultural, economic and political achievements of women for more than 100 years.

It`s time to be alert over ATM booths security

Mostafijur Rahman Nasim: In an economy where cash is king, ATMs are taking on a greater role in addressing people’s financial needs. The popularity of ATM booths is increasing day by day across the globe.

Are we ready to face earthquake?

Mostafijur Rahman Nasim: Earthquake is a buzzword now due to its recent destructive damages in the globe.

No legal bar to execute Mir Quasem: AG

Staff Correspondent: Attorney General (AG) Mahbubey Alam said there is no legal bar to execute the condemned war criminal Jamaat leader Mir Quasem Ali as the Supreme Court (SC) rejected his review plea over the death sentence.

Abbas warns of counter action

Senior Correspondent: Demanding a neutral Election Commission (EC) for the next general election, BNP leader Mirza Abbas has warned of a counter action if the government fails to meet the demand.

AR Rahman to go on a day-long fast

Entertainment Desk: Oscar winning music director AR Rahman has announced that he will observe a day-long fast on Friday, along with members of the Nadigar Sangam -- the South Indian Artistes Association -- to express solidarity with people protesting against the ban on Jallikattu.