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FEATURE

A mouthful of sky

"Rachanavali" captures the life and times of Rajendra Yadav, the democratic behemoth of Hindi literature
A mouthful of sky

Last Sunday marked the 87th birth anniversary of Rajendra Yadav who, by the time he passed away on O

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The Less Than Perfect Legend of Donna Creosote by Dan Micklethwaite

The Less Than Perfect Legend of Donna Creosote by Dan Micklethwaite

It's not often that a book comes along with a review built into the title, and if you think I

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Adventures with the Ever-Living Poet: 'African safari with the Bard', book review

eare in Swahililand guides us through a number of significant Shakespeare sightings in East Africa since the mid-19th century

The "Holy Grail of Shakespeare studies", says Wilson-Lee, is "an

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Op-ed

How the Indus Treaty was signed

Notes from the unpublished diary of India’s Acting High Commissioner

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Striving against economic and social injustice

Striving against economic and social injustice

Going forward, Malaysia should follow the market-driven format and overhaul its privatisation policy

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Should we re-brand our national day celebrations?

Happy Merdeka Day! Happy Malaysia Day? Happy Independence Day? How

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Restore trust of tourists

Since the independence of the country our tourism has never

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What others say

Why Donald Trump should not be US President

When Donald Trump began his improbable run for president 15

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Mothers’ woes

Where state institutions or elected officials fail to take action against such violence, these women have filled a vacuum, challenging traditional gender roles in the process, write Anne-Marie Slaughter and Alice Driver
Mothers’ woes

“We were seeking justice. We wanted to prevent disappearance, for it to end. Unfortunately, I still

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Steps against sound pollution

Sound pollution has been the bane of city dwellers in

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Fornt Page

Cut in fuel price soon

Sudden drive to be launched against petrol pumps to stop adulterated oil sale

News Report The government may reduce the cost of fuel oil in the next month. The government's announcement comes five months after it made oil cheaper in the wake of a call by businesses for a blanket cut. The prices of diesel and kerosene were brought down by Tk 3 a litre, and octane and petrol by Tk 10 in the month of April this year. The power, energy and mineral resources minister on Thursday hinted to lower fuel prices soon by Tk 10 on an average. The new rates might take effect if it help reduce the transport cost, State Minister Nasrul Hamid told the media. The minister also announced to launch sudden drives against the petrol pump stations...  read more>>

Realise riparian rights

Go for int'l arbitration if there is no amicable solution

Realise riparian rightsNews Report After the apportionment of maritime waters among three neighbours by  read more>>

Patronising militancy

BNP, Jamaat leaders must face trial: PM

Washington, Sept 29: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has reiterated that  read more>>

ADB to give $8b loan in 5 yrs

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will increase public-and private-sector lending  read more>>

Pictorial

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BACK PAGE
UK to deepen engagement with Bangladesh: FM
British policymakers and politicians have assured that they would deepen   read more>>
3 to die for murder in Pirojpur
Pirojpur, Sept 29 (UNB) - A court here on Thursday   read more>>
AL to accord reception to PM today
All preparations of the Awami League have already been completed   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
President, PM urge all to ensure rights of girl children
National Girl Child Day -2016 will be observed in the   read more>>
Bangladesh ratifies TFA
Bangladesh has ratified the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA), becoming the   read more>>
Buddhist family attacked
News Report A Buddhist minority family was tortured in the   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Tofail seeks increased RMG price in global market
Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed today sought higher price of Bangladeshi   read more>>
Luxury thrives amid misery in Ukraine’s war-torn east
DONETSK (Ukraine), Sept 29: Fancy restaurants and trendy boutiques stand   read more>>
Tradeshi teams up with Alibaba to promote ‘export-ready’ enterprises
Local software and digital media firm Tradeshi Limited has announced   read more>>

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SPORTS
B’desh reach final in U-18 Asia Cup Hockey
Hosts Bangladesh smartly reached the final of the seven-nation Beximco   read more>>
Afghanistan rout Bangladesh
MIRPUR, Sept 29: Afghanistan earned a hard-fought two-wicket win in   read more>>
Walcott double inspires Arsenal win
Theo Walcott scored twice as Arsenal put in a dominant   read more>>

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HOME
Technical education for accelerating development stressed
PANCHAGARH, Sept 29: Spreading and popularising technical education and latest   read more>>
RMP to intensify community policing activitie
RAJSHAHI, Sept 29: Rajshahi Metropolitan Police (RMP) has decided to   read more>>
Frontier cattle trade earns Tk 22.76cr
RAJSHAHI, Sept 29: The frontier cattle trade in northwestern Rajshahi   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Congress rejects Obama veto, Saudi Sep 11 bill becomes law
WASHINGTON, Sep 29: US Congress on Wednesday overwhelmingly rejected President   read more>>
China armed forces warn Japan against South China sea patrols
Diaoyu, Sep 29: Japan is "playing with fire" with plans   read more>>
US weighs tougher response to Russia over Syria crisis
WASHINGTON, Sep 29: Obama administration officials have begun considering tougher   read more>>

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