The Delusion of Women Empowerment in the Ready-made Garments Industry of Bangladesh

Abstract The Readymade Garments industry is one of the booming industries of Bangladesh in current times. The products produced are of export quality and count up to lion share of the GDP of the country. This has led to an increased rate of economic growth over the years. Foreign clothing brands and companies of the…Read More

US-Russia Entangling in the COVID-19 Vaccine Politics

Abstract US-Russia had been entangling in conflict since the cold war era, the war to possess more power over the economy, resources, space, nuclear weapons, and the supreme leadership of world politics. The war, however, in 2020 has been more unique than ever since, because this time the politics of war is over vaccines. The…Read More

Role of China in South Asia as a Country Leading the BRI

India’s Response to South Asian Regionalism

 Abstract: From the perspective of India, the article mainly focused on the reasons behind the inefficient functioning of SAARC. Additionally, the paper provides certain information that gives readers some insight into this issue and to analyze India’s political behavior during the course of collaboration amongst the countries.    According to the World Bank data of 20191, India…Read More

Impact of Big Data fighting against COVID-19 in Bangladesh

Abstract: Big data is the greatest tool in this digital era. In the Global epidemic COVID-19, big data has advanced to a place where it can provide emergency response teams with real-time tools and technology that have the potential to monitor, contain and even stop the spread of disease. In this article, we demonstrate the…Read More

The History of Maritime Piracy in the Indian Ocean

The History of Maritime Piracy in the Indian Ocean

Introduction: Maritime piracy used to be considered as a security threat for the traders. In this modern age, actual piracy is very rare. Because Pirates need favorable conditions to succeed like weak states with accessible coastlines, disengagement by major naval powers, and rich cargoes passing nearby. Although maritime criminal activity still exists in the Caribbean,…Read More

Green Yard Social Business in Malaysia

Green YardsTransforms Nasty Used Cooking Oil Into Fresh-Scented Handmade Soaps

So if you’ve clicked on this article, I’m sure I’m preaching to the choir here about how more can always be done to help the environment. But here’s a little plot twist: in all honesty, most of an individual’s actions to save the environment barely puts a dent into environmental destruction. The biggest contributor to…Read More

SOPHIA, the robot in Bangladesh

Sophia, the Robot Sensation

For the last few months the word “Sophia” bandied about in news headlines both in national and international headline media. Sophia is an artificial intelligence robot with doe-brown eyes and long fluttery eyelashes behave just like the human. In the history of Robotics such innovation is a great achievement. Hence, this robot becomes a media celebrity….Read More

Is Education still the answer?

Is Education still the answer?

First of all, let me make it perfectly clear that, the purpose of this article is not to denounce or dispel the importance of education. In fact, it is quite the contrary. The whole idea is to encourage readers to change the approach to learning; to see education as more than just a basic, class-confined…Read More

Lebanon’s Potential Plunge into Middle East Quagmire

Lebanon’s Potential Plunge into Middle East Quagmire

Lebanon is a tiny country surrounded by bigger and more powerful neighbors. There is civil war right next door while another boiling pot is waiting to spill over from the south. It is a victim of its own geography. The Cold War in the Middle East between the two regional powers is threatening to reach…Read More