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This page lists published articles in reverse chronological order:
- Toxins We Ingest: Lead – Quamrul Haider
- Tagore and Bengali Identity – A Rahman
- Arctic Freeze and Global Warming – Quamrul Haider
- Chandrasekhar and Eddington – Quamrul Haider
- Einstein’s incredible burst of creativity in 1905 – A Rahman
- A better way to Hindu-Muslim amity – Bhaskar
- Can Bangladesh remain secular? – A Rahman
- Can global warming be reversed? – Quamrul Haider
- Bangladesh’s economic potential in jeopardy – A Rahman
- “Terraforming” Mars into a habitable planet – Quamrul Haider
- 1971 and after: a participant-observer’s frayed recollection – Abrar Ahmad
- What killed the Dinosaurs? – Quamrul Haider
- Pioneering Contributions of Bengali Women – Sarwar Jamil
- Was Alchemists’ dream realised in plutonium? – Quamrul Haider
- How ‘Democracy’ had been massacred in the EU referendum – A Rahman
- Is human race heading towards extinction? – Quamrul Haider
- Tagore’s philosophical views and quantum mechanics – A Rahman
- How noble are the Nobel Peace Prize winners? – Quamrul Haider
- Gravitational Waves – A Rahman
- Noise Pollution – Plague of the Modern Society – Quamrul Haider
- The lessons from Great Depression and Great Recession – A Rahman
- Is there sex discrimination in choosing Nobel Laureates in Sciences? – Quamrul Haider
- How the Golden Age of Islam dried up – Bhaskar
- The letter that triggered Quantum revolution – Quamrul Haider
- Is Donald Trump making America a pariah state? – apaxmanuk
- Is Orwellian dystopia coming true? – apaxmanuk
- The ISI’s perilous chess game with the Bengalis: Is it almost over? – Jamal Hasan
Jinnah’s Pakistan …. seventy years on – apaxmanuk
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