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Editor’s Lens: August 2022 | Nasrin Nahar Jeneva

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In the post-pandemic era of online shopping, one seldom needs to step outside the comfort of one's home to purchase desirable things. However, thanks...

Editor’s Lens: July 2022 | Nasrin Nahar Jeneva

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Leadership has many encompasses and can be portrayed in a variety of ways. This virtue greatly influences everyone, from personal and family life to...

It’s Time For Bangladesh: Nasrin Nahar Jeneva

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We are on the threshold of the most glorious time in Bangladesh. Being free and independent was a utopian dream for Bangladeshis before the...

Editor’s Lens: September 2021 | Nasrin Nahar Jeneva

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The whole world has been in turmoil for the last few days. Something is happening every day that is directly related to politics and...

Editor’s Lens: July-August ’21 | Nasrin Nahar Jeneva

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The Global Economy is unstable. I've read many research papers, articles, journals to write something good for the people, but I couldn't. Finally, I...

The Changemaker: April-May ’21 Issue | Editor’s Lens | Nasrin Nahar...

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Time is not in our favor. Only our patience, immunity growth, indulgence, and self-confidence can fight against this year-round invisible enemy. The most important...

Let’s Walk Towards The Light: Nasrin Nahar Jeneva | Editor’s Lens

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From the beginning of creation, humans have gradually conquered everything. This time we are on the way to conquer a miniature, invisible, impossibly terrible...

Editor’s Lens: Heroic Struggle For Economic Recovery of Bangladesh

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November - December 2020 Issue Unexpectedly, the year 2020 brought different hard times in our lives. This year we have learned a lot in exchange...

Editor’s Lens: Iqbal’s New Stream

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In the latest reports (as of June 2019), the total population of Bangladesh is approx. 165.5 million. According to Trading Economics global macro models...

Editor’s Lens: The President of BGMEA

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December 2019 Issue is Available Now Doubtlessly Bangladesh is moving forward, and women have come forward to spirited this momentum. They have made space with...

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