Bangladesh’s 162 million people have a lot to offer
The PM’s visit is expected to cover a host of important issues which require urgent attention
Radicalization is a complex problem
The bicycle has become a popular means of commuting to beat the Dhaka traffic
What is needed is a workable prevention method to the flood crisis
Residents of Dhaka should not have to suffer like this due to the negligence of our administration
The authorities have been largely ineffective against dengue and chikungunya outbreaks
A developed nation takes care of its citizens. No matter where they are
In the past, such a move has been successfully employed by countries such as Brazil and Kazakhstan
Attempts at tackling the unemployment issue needs to be inclusive
There is no denying that Dhaka’s traffic conditions, as it stands, is unsustainable
Improved trade links and special economic zones are crucial
A future that is still ruled under the threat of nuclear warfare is no future at all
Bangladesh continues to rank unfavourably as far as ease of doing business goes
Education is the foundation on which a country develops
The mandate of increasing the employees’ wages by 80%-85% is unsustainable
Only sanctions from the international community can force Myanmar to bring about the changes needed
Bangladesh has much to offer in terms of natural resources, history, and cultural heritage
No profit, in the short or long term, can justify high carbon costs
Road fatality numbers pile up due to the terrible culture of impunity
The benefits and ripple effects of having a healthier population will be seen in every part of economy...
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