Mahalaya heralds the onset of Devi Paksha
On the last new moon day just before Mahalaya, the idols of Devi Durga are coloured, especially the eyes are given the final shapes and this is known as 'Chakshu Daana'
Daughters: a divine gift
For centuries, gender discrimination has been widespread within communities across the globe. Most families prefer to have sons rather than daughters
Saluting Bangladesh’s women ... across time
The spirited footballers, who have come home in their champion’s attire, have given us a reason for a rekindling of hope in ourselves
Gratitude fosters abundance in life
In most religions, gratitude plays a unique role as a foundation for having a good life
Germany energy transition needs faster CO2 cuts from autos, industry
Little leadership heft has been evident lately as German industry and households have been some of the hardest hit by the fallout from the Russia-Ukraine war
Elizabeth II: Majesty in its timeless grandeur
The reign of Elizabeth II was witness to a remarkable span of history and her death marks the end of an era for Britain
Winning Supply Chain Finance business in Asia
Global banks have been successfully delivering SCF for many years mostly targeting global clients and their suppliers across the world
Listen to be heard
To be an effective listener you need to stay focused, attentive, responsive, patient and empathetic
Toufique Imrose Khalidi
Editor-in-Chief and Publisher