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Trimmed NE representation in Modi 3.0 cabinet

June 12 2024
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When the Congress achieved slight electoral success in northeast India, an abridged space was offered to NE Parliamentarians in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new cabinet. Compared to the Modi 2.0 cabinet, where once five MPs representing Assam,

India’s Elections Make Clear: in South Asia, Fair Economic Development is the Main Concern

June 12 2024
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India just had national elections in which religion and nationalist were put front and center. This, combined with good overall economic growth, was expected to push Prime Minister Modi's party to a dominating position that would enable him to

Bangladesh needs to prioritize on coverage in the international media

June 10 2024
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The Awami League government in Bangladesh formed government for the fourth consecutive term following the election held on January 7, 2024. This election posed significant challenges for the ruling party. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's strong le

An inclusive cancer vaccine: Hoping against hope

June 07 2024
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Russian President Vladimir Putin, while speaking at a recent function in Moscow, announced that his country was waiting for the launch of cancer vaccines. Putin, globally condemned for invasion on Ukraine resulting many casualties and enormous p

Bangabandhu - the exemplary symbol of inspiration

June 07 2024
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On March 17, 2024, we commemorate the 104th birth anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the revered leader of the Bengali people and the esteemed architect of independent and sovereign Bangladesh. He is celebrated as the greatest fat

Climate-Smart Agriculture for a Sustainable Futures

June 06 2024
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As we celebrate and appreciate our natural resources and surroundings today on World Environment Day, we are also acutely aware of the rising temperatures, shifting precipitation patterns, and increasingly frequent extreme weather events like dr

The Hidden Menace of Microplastics

June 06 2024
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The problem of plastic pollution has gained global attention, but there is another, less visible danger lurking within our ecosystems—microplastics. Small plastic particles of 5 millimeters or less, some invisible to the naked eye, have pervaded

Facilitating high-speed rail knowledge transfer between Japan and India

May 24 2024
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Yukiko Kimishima Harada is a deputy general manager at Japan International Consultants for Transportation Co., Ltd. This article draws on research undertaken during her MSc at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Artificial intelligence: A new driver for inclusive growth and development?

April 20 2024
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to profoundly remodel everything we recognize, from societal structures to industry paradigms, guaranteeing transformation across all sectors, from healthcare to finance. The key will be to harness this pow

Enhancing access to maternal and newborn healthcare in developing Asia

March 14 2024
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The health of mothers and newborns can give insights into the overall health of a population, revealing important clues about the quality and accessibility of healthcare services. United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 3 aims to reduce the

From India to China, Nepal’s Maoist Prime Minister Displays His Hindu Diplomacy

March 14 2024
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In Nepal, the Maoists have been the leading force pushing to establish Nepal as a secular state, which was finally achieved on May 28, 2008. The majority of hardliner Hindus in Nepal saw this move as an official license to promote Christianity.

Developing Andaman & Nicobar with tune to nature

February 20 2024
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As President Droupadi Murmu is scheduled to visit the Andaman & Nicobar islands on Monday, a debate surfaced on the series of development initiatives in the Indian archipelago. The first tribal women head of state is arriving in Port Blair, exe

French authorities silent on asylum-seekers running extremist activities and cyber-terror

February 20 2024
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While there are specific allegations against Shafiqul Alam, bureau chief of French news agency AFP in Bangladesh of his notorious bias towards Islamists and jihadists and fact-checking editor of the same agency – Qadaruddin Shishir being an acti

Can electric vehicles lead the way to a sustainable future?

February 16 2024
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The energy sector contributes to 73% of global greenhouse gas emissions, highlighting the crucial need for a shift to cleaner and renewable energy sources for achieving net zero and a sustainable global future. Road transportation accounted for

Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina's meeting Zelensky can't end Ukraine war

February 16 2024
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Before January 7 general elections in Bangladesh, key figures in Biden administration were making frantic bids in destabilizing the country by foiling the election with active collaboration of Al Qaeda-connected Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP