Dhaka, Bangladesh
Op-ed

US or Russia: Which is a better ally for Turkey?

By Sinem Cengiz

There is an old saying in Turkey: "The Turk has

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Bangladesh can become aviation hub

By Imtiaz Ahmed
Bangladesh can become aviation hub

Twee Min Wang, Singapore Airlines General Manager for Bangladesh, in an interview with The News Tod

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Why hasn't the UK banned this far-right purveyor of hate speech?

By Rupa Huq

Theresa May has a record of barring entry to extremists.

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EDITORIAL

Agonising wait for buses

The public transport system is indeed in a real mess

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Africa’s manmade water crisis

Write Asit K Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada
Africa’s manmade water crisis

About a decade ago, at a meeting of South African mayors convened by Lindiwe Hendricks, South Africa

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They are getting lonelier

Writes Shaadaab S. Bakht

It seemed the attackers were sculpted from the twisted bones

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Fornt Page

Don't let country plunge into post-'75 era: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasinaon Saturday urged all to stay alert so that the country must not plunge into the post-1975 dark era, reports UNB. "We must not plunge into danger ... we all must remain alert so that we don't step into the post-1975 dark era," she said. The prime minister was addressing a discussion at the auditorium of Krishibid Institution, Bangladesh here in the afternoon. Bangladesh Awami League organised the discussion on the occasion of Amar Ekushey and the International Mother Language Day. Sheikh Hasina, also the president of the ruling Awami League, said there is a section of people living in Bangladesh inheriting Pakistani souls. "We have to save the people of Bangladesh from such elements....this is my...  read more>>

Pictorial

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Air pollution worsening

Air pollution in the city is worsening day by day  read more>>

9th anniv of BDR carnage today

The 9th anniversary of the atrocious carnage at Pilkhana BDR  read more>>

Hearing on Khaleda's bail pleas today

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BACK PAGE
EU Council sits tomorrow
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Ex-army man shot dead
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METROPOLIS
Bangladesh students showcase excellence in Japanese speech contest
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Cancer affects 13,000 children in country every year
Paediatricians at an international conference on Sunday said 13,000 children   read more>>

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BUSINESS
BB’s sharecropper scheme empowers rural women
The life of Lutfa Begum was not easy like now   read more>>
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Economic prospects boosts crab farming in Cox’s Bazar
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HOME
Fishermen demanded to free Kumri Beel
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Mass killing ground lying neglected
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