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"Scientists question whether SRM can reduce climate risk"

Workshop titled 'Geo Engineering the Climate: Impact and the Developing World-2017’ was held at the Beijing Normal University in China from 17-21 July with 37 partakers from different countries

What next after Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif disqualified

A look at the political ramifications in Pakistan after the disqualification of the country's leader, Nawaz Sharif.
Let a beautiful flower grow from mud

Holey Artisan Tragedy Anniv
Let a beautiful flower grow from mud

Marcia Bernicat

Just over a year ago, a tragic event unfolded that seemed to mark a turning point in Bangladesh. I refer to the savage attack on the Holey Artisan Bakery that resulted in the death of 22 innocent victims from five countries who were simply enjoying one another's company at one of Dhaka's finest restaurants.

Independence of Journalism

Independence of Journalism

Mark Twain famously said that "it is by the goodness of God that in our country we have those three unspeakably precious things: freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and the prudence never to practice either of them."

TIB seeks review of Nat'l Online Mass Media Policy

TIB seeks review of Nat'l Online Mass Media Policy

Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) has urged the government to suspend the implementation of the policy until the review of its some ‘controversial’ provisions.

Bernstein: We are in the midst of a 'malignant presidency'

Bernstein: We are in the midst of a 'malignant presidency'

The Trump presidency, Journalism legend Carl Bernstein said, "is not functioning partly because of his character. It's not functioning partly because of his attacks on the press."

Is Islamophobia on the rise in the UK?

Is Islamophobia on the rise in the UK?

Spikes in anti-Muslim hate in the wake of recent terror attacks might not fall back to previous levels, experts tell Sky News.

Bangladesh's people deserve better: The Guardian

Bangladesh's people deserve better: The Guardian

Both Awami League and BNP need to re-engage with democracy and civil rights, renounce the use of force and pandering to intolerance, and focus on the needs of their people.