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Crime, from physical domain to cyberspace

Amdadul Haque Cybercrime as a non-traditional security or human security threat is a great challenge in the 21st century which is termed as ‘the Information...
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Modi’s last economic moves before elections

Vikas Kumar Eighty-one million young Indians are eligible to vote for the first time in the 2019 parliamentary elections. This should have been good news...

Tackling effects of malicious cyber attacks

Muhammad Zamir Spiteful cyber activities have been gradually evolving into a growing threat. This is being recognized all over the world after the recent terrorist...
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Finding adequate independence for Asia’s central banks

Adam Triggs and Jake Read March 2019 saw Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte move his Budget Secretary, Benjamin Diokno, to govern the central bank. The press...
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Einstein couldn’t believe his own black hole theory

Faye Flam Albert Einstein would have been pleased, but maybe also a bit surprised, by this week’s release of the first ever close-up image of...
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Digital solutions can raise women’s workforce roles

Timothy Watson et al The digital economy is expanding rapidly in Asia, boosting growth and economic opportunities at a time of otherwise disappointing global productivity...

Pahela Baishakh: The signifier of our secular identity

While technological innovation and globalisation are considerably eroding our national and cultural identities, Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bangla calendar marks our zest...
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Julian Assange—the undeclared hero of our time

Tariq Al Banna The seven-year long battle finally ended last week with the victory of criminals through arrest of the hero of our time. The undeclared...

No dumping of waste in riverPrimary reason for deaths of waterbodies

Continued dumping of waste materials into rivers cause the flow of water to come to a halt in the long run and rivers suffer...
Waterlogging and traffic jam

The same old story

Sayeed Hossain Shuvro Cherishing the blissful rain, Adiba glan­ces at her cell phone to check the time. It is 9:30 in the morning and she...

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