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The Financial Express

When celebrities bow out

If April was the cruellest month for TS Eliot's generation, the time has changed thanks to coronavirus. Now each and every month since the global spread of the pathogen that has had its origin in Wuhan, China, seems to be...

A good but incomplete start to debt relief

A global collapse in economic activity during the Covid-19 pandemic...

Maintaining strategic balance in complex crisis environment

We are passing through a complex crisis situation when global...

Pandemic and press freedom: The danger ahead

The Covid-19 pandemic hit the world when a powerful global...

What miniature greenery offers to caged citylife

The captivity of this pandemic has taught people a lot,...

Bangladesh's higher education in need of an emergency master plan

Eight days after Bangladesh detected the first case of coronavirus,...

BRAC University sets an example of successful online education for midwifery students

  Like most other countries, Bangladesh is facing the onslaught...

Winter returns in a dreadful time

Over the last few years, the arrival and exit of...

Keeping the global focus on low-income countries

Owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, the global economy is suffering...

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Kyrgyzstan's post-revolutionary crossroads

After staging three revolutions in two decades, one could argue that the people of Kyrgyzstan have accumulated unique knowledge of how it's done. Then again, because new problems have emerged each time, there are clearly limits to what experience can offer. Kyrgyzstan's latest revolution began in a typical fashion. Following...

The portrayal of women through Tagore’s eyes

Most of the female characters...

How Gabriel Garcia Marquez interprets the dream

Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Strange Pilgrims...

Freedom wars, guerrillas and terrorists

People have quite often been...