A new revolution in mass education is MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), given by top professors at many of the most well-known universities Read more »
Around eight million Bangladeshi migrants are estimated to be working in 143 countries, based on 2011 government figures. Read more »
In my childhood as I sang along to the popular verses from the classic nursery rhyme ‚ÄúJack and Jill,‚ÄĚ I could sense that Jack is favoured over Jill, by their mother. Read more »
With the demise of socialism in the Soviet Union some 25 years ago, the world of capitalism is having a field day now. Not that capitalism was constrained Read more »
The depraved murder of seven people in Narayanganj on April, 2014 has shocked a nation. Forty years ago, in April 1974, the nation was similarly stunned Read more »
The day before ‚ÄėVictory Day‚Äô in 1971, on December 15th, I attended a Bangladesh Government meeting in Calcutta on behalf of Oxfam to discuss Read more »
Bump on the road!
While presenting the budget for 2013-14, the honourable finance minister insinuated for a decelerated GDP growth for the year in view of the upcoming election. Read more »