Innovative approaches to preventing dengue

Advancements in genetic engineering have led to the development of genetically modified mosquitoes that are resistant to dengue virus infection.

Is AI a concern for chartered accountants?

It is safe to say that AI-driven technologies can be a helping hand for accountants.

Striking a balance between development and environmental conservation

Current development practices ignore the negative impact they can have on the natural environment.

Who will listen to the woes of trainee doctors?

The trainee doctors at BSMMU have been demanding an increase of monthly allowance from Tk 20,000 to Tk 50,000 – a demand which is justified.

Concern about widespread gas leaks

This is a constant fear that people in the country must live with.

Plug the brain drain

As a developing country, Bangladesh is a victim of brain drain.

Railway passengers need comfortable seating arrangement

Sadly, there are not enough seats for the passengers to sit and take rest on the platform.

Dhaka traffic made worse by our unruliness

Must we add to the woes of Dhaka traffic by driving as we please?

Let gamers be

The recent arrest of 108 youth gamers from a community centre in Chuadanga is quite bizarre.

Give us our driver’s licence cards

People are deprived of their licences due to backlogs created by the authorities themselves.

'We don’t want schedules, we want electricity'

We cannot settle for anything less than uninterrupted electricity supply.

All arts should be included in the curriculum

Education is supposed to be the systematic doorway to achieving conscious growth as a human being. Of all the things our current educational system takes into account, the arts are always kept on the sidelines as an extracurricular activity.

Flood affected people need help

As the nation celebrates the opening of the Padma Bridge, let us not forget the flood affected people of Sylhet and Sunamganj. As the water