Monday, 15 July, 2024, Reg No- 06
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Md Zillur Rahaman
Save the migratory birds from poachersMigratory birds are our guests, the best friends of nature and environment. The migratory birds come to our country after traveling thousands of miles from different countries of the world for a warm and safe environment and food to escape from the freezing cold. They create a charming atmosphere, folk go in groups to watch ...
Md Zillur Rahaman
Skilled manpower is essential to gear up remittancesEvery year on December 18, International Migrants Day is celebrated in all the member countries of the United Nations (UN). The UN General Assembly decided to observe the day on December 4, 2000 worldwide. Basically, the origin of this day is around the issues related to the interest of large number of immigrants and the ...
Md Zillur Rahaman
Dhaka’s air pollution reaches alarming levelThe level of air pollution in Bangladesh has increased alarmingly in the last few decades. On November 22, 2023 at 9:14 AM, Dhaka was at the top of the list of 110 cities in the world in terms of air pollution. According to the air quality monitoring organization Air Quality Index (IQAIR), the capital's score ...
Md Zillur Rahaman
Historical importance of Al Aqsa MosqueMany men, including young Palestinian women, have been injured and sacrificed their lives for Masjid al-Aqsa with a smile. Such pictures are often circulated on social media and are one of the reasons for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict over Al-Aqsa Mosque. The Palestinians have been fighting Israel for centuries with only stones and a few small-scale ...
Md Zillur Rahaman
Role of palm trees in preventing lightningThe palm tree stands on one leg /Beyond all the trees/ Peeking into the sky - more or less we are all familiar with the poem "Talgash or Palm Tree" by poet Rabindranath Tagore and are also aware of the benefits of palm trees. The palm is popular fruit of Bengal and to all Bengalis. ...
Md Zillur Rahaman
Non-formal education in eradicating illiteracy September 8 is celebrated as International Literacy Day. Like other countries of the world, the day is celebrated with importance in Bangladesh through various programs. International Literacy Day is an international day declared by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). On October 26, 1966, the 14th session of the UNESCO General Conference ...
Md Zillur Rahaman
How people are defrauded under the very nose of authorities Jubok, MLMs like Destiny, e-commerce scams like Evaly are nothing new in Bangladesh. Recently, a Canadian company based in Dubai called MTFE has been accused of stealing around Taka 11 thousand crore from common people. It has been reported in the media that the organization has lured nearly 4.20 million people of the country into ...
Md Zillur Rahaman
Water pollution alarmingly affecting Hilsa breeding Bangladesh is a riverine country and Hilsa is the national fish of Bangladesh. In 2017, Hilsa fish was recognized as a Geographical Indication or GI product of Bangladesh. According to Worldfish, 86 percent of the world's hilsa is produced in Bangladesh. It is very difficult to find a Bengali in the country and abroad who ...
Md Zillur Rahaman
Cultivation and consumption of tobacco must be discouraged The tax on cigarettes is increasing every year in the budget. However, smoking is not decreasing as expected, but cigarette sales are increasing alarmingly and aggressive cultivation of tobacco is also increasing. Tobacco is a harmful substance that not only harms the human body, but also seriously harms the environment. Bangladesh is already in a ...
Md Zillur Rahaman
Why our leather industry is not turning aroundRecently, before Eid-ul-Azha, the Commerce Ministry of the government has set the price of salted cowhide at Tk 50 to Tk 55 and goat skin at Tk 18 to Tk 20 per sq ft in Dhaka this year. However, 10 years ago in 2013, the price of salted cow hide was fixed at Tk 85 ...
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