Open letter from 40 world leaders on behalf of Yunus: Paper can't cover up flames. By Mashrur Siddique Bhuiyan

The name, Nobel laureate professor Dr. Yunus, is again being discussed in the media. Recently, 40 global personalities wrote an open letter to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, expressing concern about the health and safety of Professor Yunus. In the letter, the dignitaries claimed that Professor


Finding Hope in Unexpected Places: Discovering the Story of the Woman at the Well. By William Gomes

Although being marked by discrimination and marginalisation, the story of the Woman at the Well is a fascinating illustration of the power of hope and transformation in unanticipated circumstances. This account raises the question of what lessons may be learned from Jesus' meeting with the Sa


Will shorter, safer and more effective TB regimen reach those in need? By SHOBHA SHUKLA

 "Patients in India and other countries are falling ill with drug-resistant TB every day. We believe these patients should not have to wait, they need better treatments today – not one or few years down the line. We have the data and strong scientific evidence to show why shorter,


India-Egyptian relations are now Strategic: Indian Envoy. By Manish Rai

 Ambassador Ajit Gupte a senior diplomat from Indian Foreign Service (IFS) is currently serving as the Indian Ambassador to Egypt. We are presently witnessing a deepening of Indo-Egyptian ties as was evident from the recent visit of Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to New Delhi as


Myanmar-Bangladesh: US aid announcement reminds of need for more Rohingya aid .By Sufian Siddique

Human rights groups and agencies have expressed alarm at the widening funding gap. WFP's move alone to cut food rations will add significant pressure, said John Quinley of the human rights group Fortify Rights. "The [latest] cuts on food aid will be dire and could lead to significant hea


We cannot end TB if we leave the older people behind. By SHOBHA SHUKLA

Despite an alarming TB burden among the older people, programmatic response to address it is far from optimal, said Dr Vijay Kumar Arora, Chairperson of TB Association of India, who is also the Chairperson of Southeast Asia region of the International Union Against TB and Lung Disease (The Union)


Italy: Women pay the price for open borders, but everyone suffers. By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah

Although these days we rarely hear the major news outlets reporting on the status of Middle Eastern illegals crossing the Mediterranean Sea into Italy and other western countries, there are yet continual arrivals of illegitimate and overcrowded boats, which negatively impact the host nations. Whi


Bangladesh needs Qatar in tackling its energy crisis. By Jubeda Chowdhry

Bangladesh and Qatar have continuous cooperation in several bilateral aspects including labor migration (8 Lakh Bangladeshi workers and USD 1.3 Billion remittances), Energy cooperation (15 years’ G-2-G LNG agreement), and continuous aid to Rohingya. It continues to buy liquefied natural gas


When disease burden is low, why COVID-19 continues to be a pandemic? By SHOBHA SHUKLA, BOBBY RAMAKANT

On 30 January 2023, three years after the WHO had first declared COVID-19 as a public health emergency of international concern, the WHO announced that COVID-19 continues to be a public health emergency of international concern.

 "While the virus is still circulating in our po


Afghanistan’s prospects for 2023 - Article by Mr. Tim Foxley

Summary: In 2022, Afghanistan suffered a turbulent year in the aftermath of the Taliban’s armed takeover in August 2021. The security situation is still volatile.  The country is affected by extensive humanitarian and economic crises. A repressive and unrecognised Taliban regime i


Prez Biden failed to rope-in India for global order because couldn’t call off the bluff of India about its three bogus excuses involving Russia.. By Hem Raj Jain

Prez Biden being a good Christian should  take mercy on acutely suffering Christian Ukrainians (B)- Failure of apathetic Biden administration is glaring especially when three excuses  (involving Russia) given  by India  are bogus namely (i)- Political suppo


'Electricity collaboration' diplomacy in BBIN countries. By Jubeda Chowdhry

'Alone we can do very little; Together we can do so much'. These words of the American writer Helen Keller are remarkably appropriate in the context of electricity for South Asian countries. Despite the huge potential, very little cooperation between countries in the region has been reali


It is time to get back to basics if we are to end TB. By SHOBHA SHUKLA, BOBBY RAMAKANT

TB Day theme is #WeCanEndTB. However, many nations in the global north were successful in eliminating TB as a public health threat many decades back.

 "We can end TB in India and many other high burden nations. It is achievable – we have achieved this milestone in countr


The role of expatriates in socio-economic development in Bangladesh. By Phatik Hasan

The economy of Bangladesh is gradually improving. As a result of the increase in the country's GDP, the per capita income has increased and the standard of living is improving as compared to before. Although the economic momentum has been somewhat hampered in the past few years due to the cor


The Gaze of Mary: A Journey into Deeper Love for Jesus and the Catholic Church. By William Gomes

The most profound and transformative thing I have ever encountered is Mary's Gaze; it has eternally transformed my life for the better, and Mary has connected me to her son Jesus.

It is difficult for me to explain what the Gaze of Mary means; for me, the Gaze of Mary represents the

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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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