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Edn in Bengal Past Nawabs & Future Leaders -Shaikhul Islam Imran

During the British period, the Muslim people in the Eastern Bengal were relegated to severe social degradation compared to that of the then Hindu community. The British Government had attached less importance to this region since their business and political activities centered mainly in three presidency towns — Kolkata, Madras...

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Dear readers Institutionalisation knowledge and education and opportunity to grab it need necessarily to be accessible and easy otherwise Bangladesh can’t prosper. People of urban areas saunters past those guys who live in far flung and remote areas of a country when the question of access to educational institutions comes...

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Health Benefits of fasting -Dr M.R Sa’ad

Ramadan, the month of blessing, is here again which is known as month of fasting in the Islamic Calendar. In this holy month, Muslims are prescribed to fast from dawn to dusk. Achieving the satisfaction of Almighty Allah by spiritual means is the main objective of fasting. Other than spiritual...

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Pearls of Ottoman Architecture

The photo exhibition ‘Sarajevo / Istanbul – Pearls of Ottoman Architecture’ is back on tour across the Bosnian cities, currently on view in Mostar. The travelling photo exhibition ‘Sarajevo / Istanbul – Pearls of Ottoman Architecture’ is a part of the project entitled ‘Promotion of the Ottoman Cultural Heritage of...

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Account Yourselves Before You are Taken to Account

“Account yourselves before you are taken to account!” `Umar ibn al-Khattaab [Az-Zuhd of Ibn-ul-Mubaarak] “On that day every person will be confronted with all the good he has done, and all the evil he has done, he will wish that there were a great distance between him and his evil deeds. And...

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Dana and the Butterfly – Kazi Falguni Eshita

“Dana, good morning! Rise and shine!” “Oh, Amma, it’s Friday. Can’t I sleep a little late?” “Nope. It’s good to get up at the same time every day.” Dana never had school on Fridays, and it had rained the day before. She always enjoyed sleeping a little late on rainy...

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Keeping Vietnam Afloat

Vietnam is in danger. Rising sea levels pose a huge threat to this coastal country. In less than 100 years much of southern Vietnam’s Mekong Delta – the heart of the nation’s rice production – could go the way of Atlantis. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment  predicts that the ocean...

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Asia’s Most Multicultural City

With its 26 million people, Delhi has been described as a microcosm of India, with trappings from the country’s many cultures, religions and traditions. Centuries of global trade, conquest and colonisation have made the city one of the world’s most multicultural. And residents who adapt to this ever-changing culture are...

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A Silent Saudi Desert City

As always, the Saudia Airline flight from Riyadh to Medina started with prayer. “Ladies and gentlemen,” the flight attendant said over the intercom. “The text that you are about to hear is a supplication that the prophet Mohammed, peace be upon him, used to pray before travelling.” The rest was...

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Nutrition An Islamic Perspective

Allah created man (Adam) from a handful of dust that He took from all over the earth and, therefore, any replacement for wear and tear in the human body should be obtained from the same organic source that man belongs to, i.e. plant and fruit growing out of dust (land)....

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The Village Powered by Divine Light

In the village of Tahala, solar panels not only improved the agricultural economy – they also helped residents connect with God. A remote region Tucked away in the Anti-Atlas mountain range, southern Morocco’s Tafraout region doesn’t attract many tourists. Those visitors who do brave the winding roads from cities like...

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Remove These Errors to Be Mentally Strong

You may think thoughts are inconsequential – coming and going in a sometimes meaningful or meaningless way. But the thoughts we have and the way we think are more substantial than you may realize. Getting into patterns of thought and creating different beliefs essentially shape our lives and our outlook...

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Trackers may tip a warbler’s odds of returning to its nest

Strapping tiny trackers called geolocators to the backs of birds can reveal a lot about where the birds go when they migrate, how they get there and what happens along the way. But ornithologists are finding that these cool backpacks could have not-so-cool consequences. Douglas Raybuck of Arkansas State University and his colleagues...

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‘Google Home’ That Answers Almost Any Question

The Google Home smart speaker has finally made its way bringing the company’s always-listening voice assistant into direct competition with the incumbent Amazon Echo and its own assistant, Alexa. Artificially intelligent voice assistants are the new battleground between the big US tech companies and while Google is no stranger with voice search and Google...

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Necessary and Unnecessary Knowledge -Imran Shyikh

Today’s education creates tomorrow’s professionals. It is important to note that there are as many as 13000 professions all over the world by 2016. The number is always on the rise. A profession means any type of work which needs special training or a particular skill, often one which is...

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The Essence of the Holy Qur’an

Follow and do not follow Follow, [O mankind], what has been revealed to you from your Lord and do not follow other than Him any allies. Little do you remember. (Surah No.07, Al-Aaraf, Verse No.03) The central theme of this verse: Dear readers, the central theme of this verse is...

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In the light of the Holy Hadith

The importance of good deeds Hazrat Anas (RAA) reported that Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh) has said: Three things follow the deceased person- two return and one stays with him. His family, wealth and actions follow him. Therefore his family and wealth return and his actions remain. (Bukhari & Muslim) The things...

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Dear readers Scientific inventions and evolutions from time immemorial have been helping the humanity with ease. Books and journals are abundant with experimental knowledge nowadays. Since the process of patenting kicked off every invention is catalogued and patented. Not only the scientific gadgets but different branches of knowledge of humanities...

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Lead Poem

Ibn Arabi Wonder Wonder, A garden among the flames! My heart can take on any form: A meadow for gazelles, A cloister for monks, For the idols, sacred ground, Ka’ba for the circling pilgrim, The tables of the Torah, The scrolls of the Quran. My creed is Love; Wherever its...

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Time Management Tips for Ramadan

The countdown has begun and we do not have much time left to reach the greatest month of the year, Ramadan! I’m sure by now most of you are stock-piling the goodies for iftar and downloading as many resources as possible for Ramadan preparation but the question remains “How can...