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The Financial Express

Pandemic in the playgrounds

In many places around the world, schools are left with deserted classrooms, quiet hallways and empty playgrounds. Covid-19 has forced students and teachers to rapidly adapt to extended school closures, a phenomenon that most have never experienced. Even though the...

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Finding the sweet spot between fashion and sustainability  

Indonesia has undertaken a 7-year cleaning programme for addressing the...

Reading --- a fruitful exercise in solitude

Reading books is a pleasure which is unique; nothing can...

Facilitating better practice of E-Contracts

The global outbreak of Covid-19 is changing Bangladesh and pushing...

Trade and liquidity in the stock market

All stakeholders wish to see a stock market that can...

Recognition of Palestine is 'symbolic' but critical

Australia's Labor Party's (ALP) recognition of Palestine as a State...

Firefighting, recovery efforts must go together

Financial Express (FE): Country's economy has been going through a...

Let supply line be maintained

History's greatest teaching is that no one learns from it....

'FY'22 budget focus should be on higher spending'

FINANCIAL EXPRESS (FE): Country's economy has been going through a...

Is ignorance actually bliss?

Our intelligence gives us an insight of what is around us; it gives us an understanding of what might happen in future; it gives us the instinct to consider all possible scenarios while taking the next step. With hindsight, all of these together seem to contribute to our better understanding...