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Dr Matiur Rahman
Youth participation in our politics on rise  In the dynamic tapestry of Bangladeshs social and political landscape, the emergence of youth as a potent force in shaping the nations trajectory stands as a defining narrative. The participation of young Bangladeshis in politics has evolved from sporadic involvement to a more concerted and impactful engagement, marking a pivotal shift in the countrys democratic ...
Dr Matiur Rahman
Develop formal e-waste management systemsAs the digital revolution sweeps across the globe, electronic devices have become an indispensable part of modern life. However, the rapid proliferation of these devices has also given rise to a growing environmental concern: electronic waste, or e-waste. While the e-waste crisis is particularly acute in urban centres, small towns and rural areas in Bangladesh ...
Dr Matiur Rahman
How media shape people's perceptionsIn the intricate fabric of society, media holds the power to influence, inform, and shape perceptions. In Bangladesh, where diverse cultures, traditions, and ideologies converge, the role of media transcends mere dissemination of information; it becomes a prism through which people perceive the world around them. Bangladesh's media landscape has witnessed a significant transformation over ...
Dr Matiur Rahman
Dhaka is choking on dust Dhaka, the bustling capital of Bangladesh, stands as a vibrant hub of culture, commerce, and dynamism. However, beneath its vibrancy lies a persistent challenge-dust. The city's inhabitants grapple with ubiquitous dust particles that blanket the streets, affecting public health, air quality, and overall well-being. Understanding the causes of Dhaka's dust predicament and devising effective control ...
Dr Matiur Rahman
Prospects and challenges for biofuel production in BangladeshIn pursuing sustainable and renewable energy sources, the global focus has turned to biofuels as a potential solution to mitigate the environmental impact of traditional fossil fuels. With its growing energy needs and commitment to a greener future, Bangladesh stands at a crossroads, assessing the prospects and challenges of integrating biofuels into its energy matrix. ...
Dr Matiur Rahman
Importance of eco-friendly picnic activities during winterAs winter descends upon Bangladesh, it brings with it a unique charm and a respite from the sweltering heat and humidity of the preceding months. The cooler temperatures and clear skies offer an inviting backdrop for outdoor activities. While picnics and leisure pursuits are enjoyed year-round, they take on a special significance during the winter ...
Dr Matiur Rahman
Ensure fair fishing to protect our aquatic ecosystemsBangladesh, a nation characterised by its intricate network of rivers, fertile deltas, and the Bay of Bengal, has been blessed with a rich aquatic bounty for centuries. Fishing has played an integral role in the lives of millions, providing sustenance, employment, and economic support. The fishery sector has contributed significantly to the nation's economy and ...
Dr Matiur Rahman
Durga Puja fosters unity Durga Puja, one of the most celebrated festivals in the Indian subcontinent, holds immense socio-economic significance in Bangladesh. Although Bangladesh is predominantly a Muslim-majority country, this festival transcends religious boundaries and plays a vital role in fostering unity, cultural exchange, and economic development. One of the most striking aspects of Durga Puja in Bangladesh is ...
Dr Matiur Rahman
Role of social media in changing rural dynamicsRural social dynamics refer to the patterns of interactions, relationships, behaviours, and changes within rural communities. These dynamics encompass various aspects of rural life, including social, cultural, economic, and political dimensions.Traditions, values, beliefs, social norms, economic activities, technological advancements, and external influences impactrural social dynamics. They play a crucial role in shaping how people within ...
Dr Matiur Rahman
How unplanned urbanisation leads to many diseases Urbanisation and lifestyle-related diseases are significant challenges facing Bangladesh as it undergoes rapid urban growth and development. The process of urbanisation, with its associated changes in lifestyle and environment, has had a profound impact on the health and well-being of the population.As more people migrate from rural areas to cities in search of better opportunities, ...
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