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Post Covid Scenario: Bangladesh At Cross Roads:

Paper No 6569                      Dated 3-May-2020             
By Kazi Anwarul Masud ( Former Secretary and Ambassador, Bangladesh)
 
Covit-19 has put many countries, rich and poor, in an unpreferred position to fathom the future politico-economic course for their respective countries

Sri Lanka's Response to Covid-19 (Wuhan Virus)

Paper No. 6568                       Dated 1- May-2020
By- A group of 22 independent professionals who wish to remain anonymous to avoid reprisals both from the Government and the Army.  While we do not vouch for its accuracy, it is being published because of its importance and relevance- Director.
1.      Health Response
 
(i) Testing and Morbidity

Coronavirus and China

Paper No.6566                       Dated 28-April-2020                               

By  Kazi Anwarul Masud (Former Secretary & Ambassador, Bangladesh)

Myanmar and Wuhan Virus: Yet to feel the “heat”

Paper No. 6565                          Daed 20-April-2020
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
As of 19th April, there have been only 107 instances of Wuhan Virus infections and five deaths.  There have been five recoveries too.  Of the five, four deaths occurred in Yangon Region. Until last week the number of infections were only in double digits and those were spread out throughout the country.
 

The Battle with Corona Virus:

Paper No. 6564              Dated 19-April-2020
BY Kazi Anwarul Masud:( Former Secretary and Ambassador of Bangladesh:)
 
Best brains of the world are yet to tell us when the world will be
free from scourge of Covit-19. But the leaders and highly prized
intellectuals are already worried if the institutions created in post-
second world war and after the fall of the Berlin Wall would

China: How Credible that China Accidently or By Design Spread Covit-19?

Paper No. 6563                           18-April-2020
By Kazi Anwarul Masud (former Secretary and ambassador of Bangladesh)

Wuhan Virus- China’s Culpability- Part II

Paper No. 6561                            Dated  12-April 2020
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan.
 
As the World including India is still struggling to contain the deadly Virus officially named Covid-19, more and more reports are forthcoming about China’s initial efforts to suppress the information and its efforts to silence the whistle blowers.  Those people who made bold to criticise the handling of the Virus Infection and its Spread within are said to be missing!
 

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