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FEATURE

Along a hand-drawn line

Along a hand-drawn line

Singer and Magsaysay Award Winner TM Krishna released Bishwanath Ghosh's latest book Gazing At N

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Freedom from the margins

Freedom from the margins

Delhi and Lahore are sometimes described as twin cities: they may have little to do with each other

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The propaganda war

When Joseph Nye's Soft Power was received with acclaim, little

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Op-ed

Aid group warns of death among Rohingya in Bangladesh

COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh could

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The federal manoeuvre: on the Dravidian movement

The Dravidian movement's contribution to keeping India united is not

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Lies, politics and Iran-Qatar axis

IT is hard to understand someone if he doesn't understand

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Save kids from lung disease

The majority of children, especially belonging to poor families, in

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What others say

A sense of convergence

The United Nations building in New York is once again

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Comments & Analyses-I

Trumpís flirtation with UN

When you discount the rhetorical overkill, the most surprising thing about Donald Trumpís address to the United Nations was how conventional it was, writes David Ignatius
Trumpís flirtation with UN

When you discount the rhetorical overkill, the most surprising thing about Donald Trumpís address to

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Drive against drug adulteration

Drug adulteration is the bane of our society. Adulterated drugs

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Fornt Page

Myanmar mob attacks aid shipment to Rohingyas

Buddhist protesters in Myanmar threw petrol bombs to try to block a shipment of aid to Muslims in Rakhine state, where the United Nations has accused the military of ethnic cleansing, before police fired in the air to disperse them, reports Reuters. Hundreds of protesters were involved in the attempt to stop Red Cross workers loading a boat with relief supplies. The incident late on Wednesday reflected rising communal animosity, and came as US President Donald Trump called for a quick end to the violence that has raised concern about Myanmar's transition from military rule. The aid shipment was bound for the north of the Rakhine State where insurgent attacks on Aug 25 sparked a military backlash. The violence has...  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina holds bilateral talks with Queen Maxima  read more>>

9 killed in Rohingya relief-laden truck plunge

9 killed in Rohingya relief-laden truck plungeBANDARBAN, Sept 21: At least nine people were killed and 13 others  read more>>

Force Myanmar to take back Rohingyas

PM to IOM DG

NEW YORK, Sept 21: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday  read more>>

From model to militant

Top JMB leader held in city

Top JMB leader held in cityThe Rapid Action Battalion has arrested a "top militant leader" of the  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
PM woos US investors, promises protection
NEW YORK, Sept 21: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has invited   read more>>
Young leaders for strong EC to hold fair polls
The young leaders of different political parties and youth organisations   read more>>
80,000 sacks rice seized in Ctg
CHITTAGONG, Sept 21: A mobile court here on Thursday seized   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Dhaka, Tallinn agree to cooperate in ICT sector
NEW YORK, Sept 21: Bangladesh and Estonia Thursday discussed strengthening   read more>>
Feature film "Khancha" to get released today
Khancha, a film financed by government-grant made on the backdrop   read more>>
1.50 lakh Rohingya refugee children to get vaccines
As many as 1.50 lakh Rohingya refugee children will be   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Bangladesh facilitating private sector investment in SDGs: PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has put forward Bangladeshís vision and   read more>>
Australiaís CBA sells life insurance arm to AIA for $3.0b
SYDNEY, Sept 21: Australiaís biggest bank announced a major shake-up   read more>>
EU eyes solo move to increase tax on online giants
BRUSSELS, Sept 21: The European Commission said on Thursday it   read more>>

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SPORTS
Tigers warming up well in S Africa
The Tigers are warming up themselves well in South Africa   read more>>
Neymar Cavani in PSG training after row
PARIS, Sept 21: Neymar and Edinson Cavani - at the   read more>>
'Want to take SA back to No. 1 : Gibson
Ottis Gibson was officially unveiled as South Africa's head coach   read more>>

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HOME
City roads in bad shape, drainage collapses
Our Correspondent MYMENSINGH, Sept 21: The maximum roads including of   read more>>
Expansion of tax, VAT areas for more revenue stressed
RAJSHAHI, Sept 21: Business leaders, academics and development activists at   read more>>
Farmers get Tk 24-lakh agri machineries
PABA, Sept 21: Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Farmers Club has   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
World leaders confront North Korea crisis
UNITED NATIONS (United States), Sept 21: North Korea's nuclear threat   read more>>
British PM gathers ministers ahead of Brexit speech
LONDON, Sept 21: British Prime Minister Theresa May gathered her   read more>>
Thousands rally for and against Philippines' Duterte
MANILA, Sept 21: Thousands of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's critics   read more>>

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