“If ever there was an industry ripe for disruption – and in need of a tech overhaul – the automotive industry it is.” – Bob O’Donnell, Founder and President, Technalysis Research. SINCE THE DAYS of the first Ford Model T, cars have come a long way. Modern cars have embraced new technological innovations that now… Read More
Abstract: Braving odds, Bangladesh has aggressed as a promising member of the N-11 economies (Next Eleven Emerging Market Economies). The sustenance of this growth requires uninterrupted energy supply and a careful scrutiny of the national energy mix to complement the government’s projected Vision 2021, Vision 2030 and Vision 2041. However, the shortage and constraint in… Read More
Recalibrating the environmentally damaged earth has never hit as breakneck pace as it has now with the Carbon Capturing and Storage (CCS) plants. This article is a blind taste test for the trade-offs and spin-offs of CCS as opposed to its expensive measurement in the developing countries.
With dynamic attack moves and tactical battle plans, ISIS is mulling custom designed strategies for each of its operation – a tool that decreases ISIS’s predictability and decoys the global security apparatus.
As the borderline is now thinning between the developing countries and emerging economies, it is now time to visualize the next runners of economic development and flag bearer of industrial revolution – the EAGLEs.
Many environmental scholars and activists have challenged the efficacy of Carbon pricing – the taken elixir of climate change. This blog explores the avenues to complement the efficacy through needed fundamental changes and policy interventions.
Institute of Social and Cultural Studies (ISCS), in association with Research Information Systems (RIS), Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies and Nehru Memorial Meuseum Library organized an international conference on “Indo-Bangladesh Multi Sectoral Cooperation” on January 2017 in New Delhi. The conference aimed at strengthening the Indo-Bangladesh… Read More
While the internet wildfire continues to be the economic driver for the privileged and the rich, the marginality should be taken into the internet bracket to clone (and boost) the stable socioeconomic development. “Today, high-speed broadband is not a luxury, it’s a necessity.” – President Obama, January 14, 2015. Let’s pause and reflect on what… Read More