Ending tobacco use is the bedrock for progressing towards ending TB and SDGs. By SHOBHA SHUKLA, BOBBY RAMAKANT

 Globally all governments have promised to end tuberculosis (TB) by 2030, with the Indian government aiming to end it 5 years before the global target. TB was the deadliest of all infectious diseases till the pandemic hit us. But if we look at TB high burden nations, such as India and Indone


Myanmar military's interest of rice trade with Bangladesh: what will be the next? By Harunur Rasid

 For the people of Bangladesh and Myanmar, there is positive news. It appears that the tense relations between Myanmar and Bangladesh are beginning to heal. According to pro Myanmar government newspaper, Global New Light Of Myanmar, a dinner party marking the successful export of high-qualit


The Toxic Echoes of Silence: Unmasking the Harmful Impact of the Silent Treatment in Romantic Relationship. By William Gomes

Silent treatment refers to a deliberate act of ignoring or avoiding one’s partner, often as a means of expressing dissatisfaction or anger. This behaviour is quite common in romantic relationships and has far-reaching consequences for both partners. The purpose of this article is to explore


Dhaka-Cox's Bazar railway will bring radical changes in the tourism sector. By Sufian Asif

The expansion of the railways in the country has become necessary due to the excessive traffic pressure on the roads brought on by the population growth. The general public prefers rail travel because it is convenient and safe. So, Bangladesh government planned to bring every district of the coun


Strengthening the Bonds of Love: Effective Communication and Intimacy in Marriage. By William Gomes

Marriage is a beautiful, life-long journey that requires constant nurturing to maintain a strong and healthy bond. One of the most critical aspects of a successful marriage is effective communication. Open and honest communication not only builds trust and understanding but also paves the way for


Rail on the Bangladesh's Padma bridge: A New Journey in Communication. By Sumaiya Janna

In Bangladesh, since independence, the opposite policy has been observed in the communication sector. Where the railway should have been extended; The road has been extended there. We have seen this reverse policy by following foreign advice and for various reasons. However, Bangladesh has moved


Navigating the Complexities of Grief: Understanding its Effects, Experiences, and Pathways to Healing. By William Gomes

Grief, an intricate and multifaceted human experience, arises in response to the loss of a loved one. As each individual processes grief uniquely, it often leads to confusion and uncertainty, with many questioning their emotional, physical, and mental health. This essay delves deeper into the com


US Showering praise to Bangladesh through resolution. By Sumaiya Janna

Although there is some issue between Bangladesh and the world's most influential superpower, the United States, the country attaches great importance to the permanent partnership between the two countries. US leaders are enthusiastically praising Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for socio-economi


How to Help Your Grieving Friend: Compassionate Ways to Offer Support. By William Gomes

Grief is a powerful and often overwhelming emotion that can affect individuals in various ways. When someone close to us is grieving, it can be challenging to know how best to offer support. This article outlines compassionate ways to help a grieving friend, from overcoming our own discomfort in


Bloomberg's Appreciation of Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina's economic strategy. By Sumaiya Janna

US financial news agency Bloomberg has praised Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's economic strategy at a time when some groups are campaigning for famine in the country.

When the whole world is going through an economic crisis, Bangladesh is the exception that has managed to


Pakistani Christians in USA not doing enough to stop abduction & FORCED conversion of minorities including their minor girls in Pakistan. By Hem Raj Jain

The minorities in Pakistan should stop complaining about conversion (ii)- PAkistani Christians in the USA  should not only support conversion by free choice but should also try to convert the majority  population of Pakistan and India to Christianity (iii)- The ARBUSChr should


Which Islam Are the Taliban Serving? By Manish Rai

In December 2022, the Taliban banned women from attending universities under the pretext of Sharia. Since then I thought to dig deep into this to find out the religious credentials of this ban. As I am not a Islamic scholar, to understand sharia take on women's education. I thought of approac


Why US president Biden has keen interest in strengthening ties with Bangladesh? By John Rozario

The United States recently released a report on the human rights situation on 198 countries in 2022. The country’s state department made various allegations of human rights violations against Bangladesh.

Bangladesh is experiencing a number of difficulties as a result of global pri


The Transformative Power of Forgiveness in Christian Discipleship. By William Gomes

In this article, I argue for the centrality of forgiveness in Christian discipleship by examining its proactive nature, its role in developing a life of action and freedom, and its extreme contrast to worldly norms and ideals.

The forgiveness of sins is not simply granted in response to


Remembering Jalil Andrabi on his 27th death anniversary. By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai

“Today is the 27th anniversary of Jalil Andrabi, a person of deep judicial insight and former Chairman of Kashmir Commission of Jurists. He was detained by Major Avtar Singh of the 35th Rashtriya Rifles of the Indian Army on March 8, 1996, and later his dead body was seen floating in the Ri

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress www.pakistanchristiancongress.org . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book.

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