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  • Beyond religion, for humanity

    Mohammad Amin is one of the many people to afford a reception to the Rohingya refugees at Shah Porir Dwip. Instead of a red carpet

  • An agenda for shared humanity

    With the advent of the Syrian civil war and the unfolding migrants tragedy in the Mediterranean Sea basin, the world is witnessing a significant rise in the number of humanitarian crises.

  • Human race came close to extinction long ago

    Humanity's global population dropped down to only a few thousand individuals around 70,000 years ago and our species almost did not make it. Traumatic as that time was the event had major effects on our species.

  • An agenda for humanity

    The Agenda for Humanity provides key actions and strategic shifts which the world requires to reduce humanitarian needs and contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

  • Hearts of stone

    The man was lying flat on the road, bleeding profusely. He raised his right hand and waved weakly for help. His motorbike was lying two feet away near the road divider only 50 yards off Hotel Radisson.

  • The stone hearts

    “It seemed to me that people in the cars do not have empathy for people. While they screamed at me, the pedestrians and poorer ones came to help. What will we do with this so-called education and social status?” Saif writes after the injured man whom three hospitals declined to treat died in his car.

  • Banking for growth and humanity

    Allocating more funds for training, research, technology, travel, and after-hour education will not only add more human values to the banking profession, but also make our banking sector more productive in the long-run.

  • Live with confidence, PM tells Hindu community

    Urging the Hindu community members to live here with confidence, PM Sheikh Hasina says all religions speak about the ‘triumph of humanity’ and her government has established that principle in Bangladesh by ensuring the equal rights of the people of all faiths.