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FEATURE

A female Doctor? She's the revolutionary feminist we need right now

A female Doctor? She's the revolutionary feminist we need  right now

The announcement of the first female Doctor felt almost Whovian in its unfolding. The men's sing

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How children's books are failing to show gender equality

How children's books are failing to show gender equality

My pre-school son and I were snuggled up, reading, when it happened for the third time. I had mentio

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Meet the women launching startups in their 50s:

'I took a deep breath and jumped'

'I took a deep breath and jumped'

While it's true that self-employment has been rising swiftly in the last decade, few would have

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Op-ed

When the paradigm shifts: on PM Modi's new brand of politics

By Happymon Jacob
When the paradigm shifts: on PM Modi's new brand of politics

The Modi government has managed to change business as usual in politics, in the absence of a counte

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Dr S. Radhakrishnan- A generous teacher to be reminisced forever

By Sujayendra Das

Every year on the 5th day of September human beings

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The threat of nuclear war

By Sattwick Barman

Understanding the crisis in the Korean Peninsula Why has North

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EDITORIAL

Graft in road construction

It is unfortunate that the sorry state of roads and

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Europe, new border of Sahara

Writes Baher Kamal
Europe, new border of Sahara

With the highest temperatures on record and unprecedented heat waves hitting Europe this year, Afric

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Silent spectators to criminality

Writes Sarvesh Mathur

Most devout Indians believe that a dip in the Holy

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Front Page

Bangladesh can't tolerate injustice to Rohingyas: PM

Take back all your citizens, PM asks Myanmar

UKHIYA (Cox's Bazar), Sept 12: Describing the atrocities unleashed by the Myanmar military as 'acts against humanity and violation of human rights', Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday said Rohingya refugees are Myanmar nationals and it must take its citizens back, report agencies. She also said Bangladesh wants to maintain peace and good relations with its neighbouring countries, but it cannot accept 'unjust acts' the Myanmar government is committing. She said, "We want peace, we want good relations with our neighbouring countries, but we can't tolerate and accept any injustice." Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh protests these injustice and inhumane attitude towards the Rohingya people in Rakhine state, and renewed her call to the international communit...  read more>>

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PictorialPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina, with her sister Sheikh Rehana and IOM official  read more>>

BNP hails PM's Rohingya camp visit

BNP on Tuesday appreciated Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for visiting  read more>>

Myanmar facing mounting pressure

Pressure mounted on Myanmar on Tuesday to end violence that  read more>>

US body wants Suu Kyi to decry killing of Rohingyas

Strongly condemning the attacks on civilians in Burma's Rakhine state,  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Trump mulls over stern strategy on Iran
WASHINGTON, Sep 12: President Donald Trump is weighing a strategy   read more>>
Tunisia cabinet reshuffle strengthens president
TUNIS, Sept 12: Tunisia's President Beji Caid Essebsi strengthened his   read more>>
Rohingyas must return to their own country, says Nasim
TANGAIL, Sept 12: Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammad Nasim   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Quality of all textbooks to be improved gradually: Nahid
Education Minister Nurul Islam Nahid Tuesday said the quality of   read more>>
N'ganj-Joydevpur route to get electric train
Railways Minister M Mazibul Hoque on Tuesday said steps will   read more>>
One held with foreign currency at HSIA
The officials of Customs Intelligence and Investigation Department seized foreign   read more>>

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BUSINESS
BB to encourage inflow of remittances
Bangladesh Bank (BB) will give remittance award to the highest   read more>>
Oil edges up as OPEC output falls, offsets hurricane concerns
LONDON, Sept 12: Oil prices recouped some losses on Tuesday,   read more>>
Apple set to unveil anniversary iPhone
CUPERTINO (California), Sept 12: A decade after then-CEO Steve Jobs   read more>>

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HOME
Steps taken for farmer's dev
Our Correspondent MITHAPUKUR, Sept 12: Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing   read more>>
406 Chandpur pry schools run sans headmasters
CHANDPUR, Sept 12: A total of 406 government primary schools   read more>>
Govt to continue relief operation until floodwater recedes: Minister
SHARIATPUR, Sept 12: Disaster Management and Relief Minister Mofazzal Hossain   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
UNSC steps up sanctions on defiant North Korea
UNITED NATIONS/ SEOUL, Sep 12: The U.N. Security Council unanimously   read more>>
Macron visits hurricane-hit Caribbean
MARIGOT, Sept 12: French President Emmanuel Macron traveled Tuesday to   read more>>
Millions without power in Florida as deadly Irma ploughs north
MIAMI, Sept 12: Millions of Florida residents were without power   read more>>

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