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Not a time for tea

Deliberations over the recent deaths in the tea gardens of North Bengal may remind one of the Japanese film Rasho¯mon. As in the 1950s masterpiece, death in Rasho¯mon and the tea gardens will be remembered for the differing accounts of witnesses. The Hindu, 5 days ago
Tea gardens facing famine-like situation Indian Express, 3 weeks ago

Book launching ceremony at BRACU

The Department of Economics and Social Sciences (ESS) of BRAC University has celebrated the book launching ceremony of one of its prominent professors, Dr Shahidur Rahman on Tuesday. The title of the book is called Broken Promises of ...
 Dhaka Tribune6 days ago

Short-term int\\\\\\'l migrants earn higher than others

:00:00 A A- A+ Short-term int'l migrants earn higher than others FE Report Annual incomes of short-term international migrants are much higher at Tk 143,000 each than those of other migrants. Besides, the incomes of international and ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh2 weeks ago

A line to align

On the occasion of Zainul Abedin's birth centenary, Jan Sanskriti Manch makes the seminal artist a metaphor of art for masses and food politics At a time when art season is at its peak with a number of exhibitions and auctions — Delhi Art ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

50 get Rajiv Chhatra Prativa Puraskar

Odisha Rajiv Gandhi Students' Forum in association with the Rajiv Gandhi Study Circle observed the 70th birth anniversary of the former Prime Minister here on Wednesday. A total of 50 meritorious students from various disciplines of the Utkal ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

Dying domain

social activist says tea gardens in deplorable state statesman news service Kolkata, 22 August The condition of tea gardens in North Bengal is deplorable and the majority of tea garden workers are suffering from chronic hunger and ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago
Fibre 2 Fashion

Census of Bangladesh RMG sector workers needed - Expert

(Bangladesh) Alongside looking into compliance issues, a census of workers and their characteristics working in the Bangladesh apparel industry should also be carried out to propel growth, delegates at a seminar were told. Dr Binayak Sen - Research ...
 Fibre 2 Fashion1 month ago

Police find no incriminating material in Baud's hotel room

KOZHIKODE: The books police recovered from the hotel room of the Swiss national Jonathan Baud, who was arrested for alleged Maoist connection, include the works of former CPI general secretary A B Bardhan and a CPI leader from Chattisgarh. ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Global Research

Economy Revisited. Will Green be the Colour of Money or Life?

Economy and ecology are both derived from oikos, which is the Greek word for home or household. Ecology is the science of the household, both local and at the level of Gaia, our planetary home. Economy is supposed to be the management of the ...
 Global Research1 month ago Will Green be the Colour of Money or Life?  Axis of Logic1 month ago
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