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FEATURE

Want an antidote to chaos in the world? Maybe Barack Obama has the answer

Oliver Burkeman longs for the quiet life - like the president of the US
Want an antidote to chaos in the world? Maybe Barack Obama has the answer

Around the same time that Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage detonated a political bomb under the UK bef

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Shuffle your thoughts and sleep

Traditional ways of tackling insomnia are largely useless, says Oliver Burkeman, but this is different

If you have been losing sleep recently - and it's

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Four alternative ways to keep your teeth healthy

The truth is out: a Freedom of Information request in the US has revealed that flossing could be a waste of time. So what can you do to protect your teeth and gums?

"Brush and floss or prepare for loss." It's a mantra

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Op-ed

Islam and democracy are compatible

Prof. Sarwar Md. Saifullah Khaled

In recent times, Islamophobes and Islamists both find Islam and

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Singapore can be a better friend to China

By Kor Kian Beng

In his National Day Rally speech, PM Lee explained why

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Do not break away, Britain

By Emile Chabal

Brexit would threaten what little is left of European values

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EDITORIAL

Another Farakka curse again

Since all the 104 sluice gates of Farakka Barrage in

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US canít turn its back on Asia

As the world watches the US presidential election with bewilderment and unease, Americaís allies in Asia are particularly concerned about the possibility of US disengagement from the region, write Yoichi Funabashi and Chung Min Lee
US canít turn its back on Asia

As the world watches the US presidential election with bewilderment and unease, Americaís allies in

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Dalits and BJP

Ironically, at a time when the BJP government headed by Narendra Modi has been praising B.R. Ambedkar, the great champion of the rights of the Ďuntouchablesí, the Dalits, as they are now called, have been in angry revolt against the BJP, writes A. G. Noor

Ironically, at a time when the BJP government headed by

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Police spread dragnets to nab Marzan, others

Police spread dragnets to nab Marzan, others

News Report Eight militants including JMB kingpin Nurul Islam Marzan who are involved in Gulshan and Solakia terror attack are yet to be traced. Police think they are staying in the country and they will not be able to evade arrest the police spread its network to nab them. As people are now aware of militant activities and are cooperating the law-enforcers to root out terrorism from the country. Police, meanwhile, recovered some evidence from the building in Narayanganj where three militants were killed in a special drive of the police on Saturday. Police hope they will get important clues...   read more>>

Flood worsens in Padma basin

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John Kerry due today

'Lots of offers' from US: Bernicat

John Kerry due todayNews Report US Secretary of State John Kerry arrives in the capital  read more>>

Victim of stalker dies in hospital

School fellows block road

Victim of stalker dies in hospitalNews Report Students of Willes Little Flower School and College (WLFSC) have  read more>>

BCL attacks JnU students agitating for dorms

News Report Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) has attacked Jagannath University  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Trump vows to crack down on undocumented immigrants
DES MOINES, Iowa, Aug 28: US Republican presidential candidate Donald   read more>>
PM assures all-out support to boost trade, investment
PM assures all-out support to boost trade, investmentLaying emphasis on exploring newer export markets, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said her g   read more>>
No room for militants in Bangladesh: Asad
There is no room for militancy and terrorist activities on   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Autism too expensive to manage
Mother of two, Dr Bannya has been struggling hard to   read more>>
Lighter vessels operation begins in Ctg port
CHITTAGONG, Aug 28: Lighter cargo vessels here have started plying   read more>>
Tk 792cr for 52 fisheries, livestock projects
The government has allocated Taka 792.32 crore for implementing 52   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Farmers gets benefits from Compost fertiliser
RANGPUR, Aug 28: Both small and marginal farmers in the   read more>>
Govt earmarks Tk792cr for 52 livestock projects
The government has allocated Taka 792.32 crore for implementing 52   read more>>
Stocks extend loss to open week
Stock market extended loss to open week on Sunday when   read more>>

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SPORTS
Proteas march on
CENTURION, Aug 28: Faf du Plessis closed in on a   read more>>
Root leads England to another cruise
LORDíS, Aug 28: Joe Rootís fourth successive half-century in ODI   read more>>
WI seal 1-run win in T20
A hurriedly arranged exercise to take a glimpse into the   read more>>

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HOME
Religious leadersí role vital to justice to women
RAJSHAHI, Aug 28: Responsive and effective role of religious leaders   read more>>
Rajmoni, Liakat of Tala rewarded
Rajmoni, Liakat of Tala rewardedOur Correspondent TALA, Aug 28: Acting Primary Education Officer of Tala Upazila Md Rajmoni and Ex-   read more>>
Eradicating child repression for worthy citizens stressed
RANGPUR, Aug 28: Eradication of repression and torture on the   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
40 dead as Turkish shelling, raids hit Syrian civilians
BEIRUT, Aug 28: Turkish shelling and air strikes killed at   read more>>
'India, US partners in promoting peace in region'
WASHINGTON, Aug 28: Confident of further advancement of partnership between   read more>>
Supporters of Rousseff insist she broke no laws
BRASILIA, Aug 28: The final witnesses in the defense of   read more>>

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