সুপারিশকৃত লিন্ক: ফেব্রুয়ারি ২০২০

মুক্তাঙ্গন-এ উপরোক্ত শিরোনামের নিয়মিত এই সিরিজটিতে থাকছে দেশী বিদেশী পত্রপত্রিকা, ব্লগ ও গবেষণাপত্র থেকে পাঠক সুপারিশকৃত ওয়েবলিন্কের তালিকা। কী ধরণের বিষয়বস্তুর উপর লিন্ক সুপারিশ করা যাবে তার কোনো নির্দিষ্ট নিয়ম, মানদণ্ড বা সময়কাল নেই। পুরো ইন্টারনেট থেকে যা কিছু গুরত্বপূর্ণ, জরুরি, মজার বা আগ্রহোদ্দীপক মনে করবেন পাঠকরা, তা-ই তাঁরা মন্তব্য আকারে উল্লেখ করতে পারেন এখানে।
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এখানে থাকছে দেশী বিদেশী পত্রপত্রিকা, ব্লগ ও গবেষণাপত্র থেকে পাঠক সুপারিশকৃত ওয়েবলিন্কের তালিকা। পুরো ইন্টারনেট থেকে যা কিছু গুরত্বপূর্ণ, জরুরি, মজার বা আগ্রহোদ্দীপক মনে করবেন পাঠকরা, তা-ই সুপারিশ করুন এখানে। ধন্যবাদ।

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Brexit: UK leaves the European Union The UK has officially left the European Union after 47 years of membership – and more than three years after it voted to do so in a referendum. The historic moment, which happened at 23:00 GMT, was marked by both celebrations and anti-Brexit protests. Candlelit vigils were held in Scotland, which voted to stay in the EU, while Brexiteers partied in London’s Parliament Square. Boris Johnson has vowed to bring the country together and “take us forward”. Bells and bunting for Brexit, or shedding a tear? Seven things Brexit will change and seven it… বাকিটুকু পড়ুন »

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Bring Ambedkar & Gandhi together ‘To overcome the massed, malign, forces of Hindutva, we need them on the same side’ In an interview that he gave last year, the Kannada writer (and activist), Devanur Mahadeva, urged democrats not to view Ambedkar and Gandhi as rivals and adversaries. In the journey towards true equality, he said, they should rather be seen as colleagues and co-workers. Thus, as Mahadeva remarked: “Ambedkar had to awaken the sleeping Dalits and then make the journey. Gandhi had to make the immense effort of uplifting, correcting, changing those who were drowned in Hindu caste religion, in… বাকিটুকু পড়ুন »

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Kenyan sculptor turns scrap metal into art with a message Two life-size lions crafted from scrap metal guard the entrance to the studio of Kenyan metal sculptor Kioko Mwitiki. Nearby a leopard, with holes in its metal body to mimic spots, crouches next to a giant elephant sculpture. Mwitiki, 56, estimates that for over three decades he has sculpted thousands of tons of discarded metal – from supermarket trolley wheels to shredded metal from factories – into art. Customers for his artifacts, which can fetch up to $10,000 each, have included former U.S. President Bill Clinton, the Danish royal family,… বাকিটুকু পড়ুন »

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Being a team, and not chasing personal glory, does the trick for Bangladesh At the end of the Under-19 World Cup 2020 final, India’s Yashasvi Jaiswal (400 runs) and Ravi Bishnoi (17 wickets) finished as the most successful batsman and bowler of the competition respectively, but the title of world champions went to Bangladesh. That’s because, on the big day, it was teamwork that made Bangladesh’s dream work. Like in the whole tournament, Jaiswal and Bishnoi were the best individual performers on the day, the opening batsman scoring 88 and the legspinner picking up a four-wicket haul to give India… বাকিটুকু পড়ুন »

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CDT Censorship Digest, January 2020: Wuhan Coronavirus Outbreak [https://chinadigitaltimes.net/2020/02/cdt-censorship-digest-january-2020-wuhan-coronavirus-outbreak/] In January 2020, CDT Chinese editors posted their first monthly summary of censorship, launching the CDT Censorship Digest series. The series will collect and quote from news and online speech that was censored by Chinese authorities during the previous month, as well as efforts to preserve and strengthen freedom of speech in Chinese society. When relevant to CDT English readers, we will translate the Chinese series in part or in full. Unless otherwise noted [in ellipses], all links in this translation are to Chinese sources. CDT Chinese | Chinese Censorship Digest,… বাকিটুকু পড়ুন »

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Let’s think afresh about how to govern India’s gig workforce Over the last two months, two new co-working spaces have opened in my neighbourhood, one replacing a garment factory that existed there for over a decade. A logistics warehouse nearby is being renovated, and I suspect it too will be turned into a co-working space. Bengaluru, in general, and my neighbourhood, in particular, have an abundance of co-working spaces—both at the top end, with branded multi-location chains, and at the humble end, where local building owners have jumped onto the latest game in commercial real-estate. We might well be in… বাকিটুকু পড়ুন »

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Alternative facts from the conflict of 1971 There is a Rashomon-like quality to the war in the subcontinent in 1971, which led to the independence of Bangladesh and the break-up of Pakistan. In Akira Kurosawa’s 1950 film, a crime takes place in the woods, and it is difficult to figure out what happened because those who claim to have witnessed it can’t be trusted. The movie reveals the complex nature of reality, how we choose to see and believe what we want to—the narrative around 1971 is similar. Bangladesh sees it as its liberation war (which it most certainly was),… বাকিটুকু পড়ুন »

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A deal undone On October 13th 2019, bdnews24.com, one of Bangladesh’s leading news portals, reported that it had received Taka 50 crore ($5.8 million) investment from a “major fund manager” company, LR Global. “It’s a very encouraging endorsement of our brand of journalism that we have pursued for the past 13 years,” the report quoted the portal’s co-owner and Editor-in-Chief Toufique Imrose Khalidi. “In 30 years of my investment experience globally across multiple sectors, I have rarely seen a company like bdnews24.com that has such great future potential […],” added Reaz Islam, the CEO of LR Global. “The digital platform… বাকিটুকু পড়ুন »

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A country that allows its craftsmen to die, is going to die soon: Architect Miki Desai For 40 years, Ahmedabad-based architect and retired professor of CEPT University, Miki Desai, travelled across India and South Asia to document sustainable architecture. Desai, 72, was in Delhi last week for his exhibition “From My House to Your House: A Select Journey of Indian Vernacular Architecture (Lok-Sthapatya)”, with 5,000 photographs, diagrams, and a playing-card deck, that highlighted the fast-disappearing aspects of sustainable “vernacular” architecture. Desai also spoke of the “intricate, structural carpentry” of Kerala’s temple architecture, which he delves deeper into in his recent… বাকিটুকু পড়ুন »

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Mexico’s women to observe strike Mar 9 No women in offices or schools. No women in restaurants or stores. No women on public transportation, in cars or on the street. A country without women, for one day. That’s the vision of an alliance of feminist groups in Mexico that – fuelled by the rising violence against women and girls, including two horrific murders that appalled the nation this month – has called for a 24-hour strike by the country’s female population on March 9. The action is to protest gender-based violence, inequality and the culture of machismo, and to demand… বাকিটুকু পড়ুন »

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