Monday, 26 July, 2021, 3:10 AM
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
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Mr. Pakbir is a political and current affairs analyst of Daily Observer. He excels is political and democracy research. He is the founder and Chief Editor of Mohammadi News Agency (MNA) and Editor of Kishore Bangla, a well-known magazine for the teenagers and children of Bangladesh. Alongside he is acclaimed for his social works in improving the lives of underprivileged children and Vice-Chairman of Democracy Research Center (DRC).
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Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Rupganj fire tragedy and attempt to shield our failuresMany disasters occur in Bangladesh each year due to poor fire and building safety standards. A fire swamped a food and drink factory in Bangladesh on 8 July, 2021 killing at least 52 people, many of whom were trapped inside by an illegally locked door, according to fire officials. Most of the victims were women ...
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Climate change: Signs of cruel future must not be ignoredThe whole world is going through the COVID-19 pandemic crisis for over a year. While we are busy with the war against this deadly virus, another threat, named climate change, has become highly visible especially at the Pacific Northwest and Canada region. More than 500 people died within a week from extreme heat wave in ...
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Vaccination and awareness are must to win against covid-19The third wave of COVID-19 pandemic created a lot of worry and despair in Bangladesh in recent days especially with heavy transmission of the 'Delta' variant. This time the transmission is recorded more at different border districts though Dhaka remains at great risk. Another confusing 'lockdown' has started from yesterday throughout the country and people ...
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Quick and solid planning is vital to stop Delta variant spreadThe COVID-19 pandemic situation in Bangladesh is worsening again in recent days with the arrival of Delta (Indian) variant. Especially the situation of the border districts is horrible. Despite several predictions, the spread of this particular variant could not be contained and this variant can spread throughout the country, particularly Dhaka. We already know how ...
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Budget of FY2021-22: Implementation will remain key to successFinance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal unveiled a budget of Tk 603,681 crore for fiscal year 2021-22 on June 3. This is his third budget and coincidentally is the 50th budget of Bangladesh. Of the total budget, Tk 378,357 crore is allocated for expenditure and the rest Tk 225,324 crore for development purpose. In the revenue ...
Palestine-Israel Conflict
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The ceasefire does not mark win for the PalestiniansThe brutal violent conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians has apparently ended after 11 days of bloody destruction through a ceasefire. At least 243 people, including more than 100 women and children, were killed in Gaza. Israel has said it killed at least 225 militants during the fighting. Hamas has not given casualty figures ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Policy failures might hurt Covid-19 situation in BangladeshApparently, Covid-19 situation has improved in Bangladesh during the last two weeks suggesting that the 'lockdown' policy of the government has paid off. But, considering few facts, we cannot surely say that, we will be able to keep the transmission of this deadly virus under control in the upcoming months. Few policies of the government ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Covid-19: mass awareness campaign is vital to win The government has extended the 14-day 'serious lockdown' due to inclining COVID-19 transmission for another 7 days. The reports tell us that, the lockdown brought serious positive results during the last two weeks but the situation at the hospitals, concerns from the experts and situation at our neighboring country India tells us a quite different ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
NTAC ON C-19: Lack of diversity and logical strategies marks failureThe COVID-19 scenario is worsening in Bangladesh. The number of deaths has jumped significantly with the detection of South African strain, which takes lives very quickly. Though we are going through a 7-day lockdown, which has been extended for another 7 days, it might not be enough with factories and many other organizations open. But ...
Mir Mosharref Hossain Pakbir
Covid-19: Awareness rather than lockdown must be the last resortThe COVID-19 situation in Bangladesh is getting worse day by day. We are setting new records everyday and almost all taken measures have failed miserably till now due to several reasons. Considering the current context, the government is imposing serious lockdown from tomorrow for seven days with intent to contain the transmission of COVID-19 though ...
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