Category: Features

Lahore : The City of Splendor -Nizamuddin

In Pakistan, there’s a saying in the city of Lahore: “Jis Lahore Nai Dekhya O Jamyai Nai,” meaning one who hasn’t seen Lahore simply hasn’t lived. It expresses the pride Lahoris have for their city, which is also known as ‘The Paris of the East’. Let’s take a closer look at...

Learning English Beyond the Pages -Fatema Tania

To learn any language, a book or academic support is the most effective and popular way, but it is not the only way. English is an international language. If anyone is capable of speaking English, he will be capable of communicating with the whole world. English is the second language...

Guiding students towards GOODNESS -Md Tareq Hasan

Unnoticed or unaddressed challenges plague the education sector, a cornerstone for shaping our society’s future. Among these are glaring mistakes in book publishing, ranging from typographical errors to factual inaccuracies. These errors not only misguide students but also undermine the credibility of educational resources. Furthermore, the incorrect printing of images...

Navigating Life’s Priorities as a Muslim

Are you consumed by your daily life tasks, and do you feel like you never have enough time to accomplish what you want? Do you set priorities but feel they aren’t serving you as a Muslim, or haven’t consciously set priorities in life at all? This powerful Ayah reminds us...

Artificial Intelligence : The Modern Era’s Frankenstein? -Md Uzzal Hossain

The relentless pursuit of artificial intelligence in the realm of natural intelligence continues despite global warnings and concerns. Consequently, this has led to widespread fear and unease. Curiosity abounds with myriad questions. Is the technology of tomorrow, with AI at its forefront, a boon or a bane? What future awaits...

Active Engagement in the Learning Process -Zubayer Abdallah

Education is a divine gift bestowed upon humanity, emphasized by the Islamic tradition as a means to enlightenment, personal development, and societal progress. As Muslim students navigate the educational landscape, it is essential for them to actively engage in the learning process, not only as a secular duty but as...

The Enduring Legacy of Persian CARPETS -Ridwanul Alam

Step into the enchanting world of Persian carpets, where fine craftsmanship and cultural heritage intertwine to create timeless treasures. For centuries, these exquisite rugs have captivated admirers worldwide with their intricate designs and unparalleled quality. Originating from Iran, formerly known as Persia, Persian carpets hold a special place in the...

The Silent Departure -Md Tareq Hasan

The Middle East used to attract a large number of expatriate workers, many of whom lacked education or technical skills. It remains the largest labor market for Bangladeshis, who also seek education or work opportunities in various developed countries, such as Europe, the UK, the USA, Canada, and Australia. A...

Living Between Land and Water

Marites Babanto, a leader of the Manobo indigenous community in the southern Philippines, still remembers the time a terrible typhoon struck her village in 2012. Rainfall made the water levels of the Agusan Marshlands, a sprawling wetland area of rivers, lakes, and swamps where Babanto and her community live, rise...

Mental Focus : The Sunnah Ways

Everybody has, at some point in their lives, woken up in a state of sluggishness, laziness, weakness, fatigue, or felt like a dark cloud has come over their heads. Perhaps Shaitan visited you during your sleep in a dream, or otherwise, perhaps you are ill, or perhaps the ebb and...

The Truth About Drinking Straws

You have probably had this problem: you order a smoothie to sip with your lunch, a morning iced coffee, or your Friday night cocktail, and it arrives with a brightly colored tube of paper sticking out the top. After a few slugs, however, the tube quickly flops in on itself,...

How Cotton and Seawater Might Power Our Devices

How Cotton and Seawater Might Power Our Devices Zip. The power’s out. But on a street in India, there’s a cash machine still happily dispensing banknotes. Thanks, in part, to burnt cotton. This cash machine has a backup battery inside it—a battery that contains carbon from carefully combusted cotton. “The...