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FEATURE

Tiny Books of the Resistance

Tiny Books of the Resistance

(From previous issue) The seemingly contradictory notion that liberalism can be a radical position

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When now begins

Many works focus on the events and significance of a

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Reading and Feeling "Hillbilly Elegy"

Reading and Feeling "Hillbilly Elegy"

(From previous issue) There is one moment where Vance weighs in on a policy matter, a single instan

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Op-ed

Why a general poll only way out of this Brexit mess

Why a general poll only way out of this Brexit mess

xith every passing day, the likelihood of the government winning the meaningful vote on Theresa May&

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Another referendum would be a nightmare

Another referendum  would be a nightmare

Project hysteria' splashed the Brexit press front pages, Express, Telegraph and Sun treating the

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Why nations fall

THE moral corruption of a nation causes its downfall. This

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Proper management of soil is crucial

As the World Soil Day was observed on Wednesday, there

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What others say

End mob rule

The right to protest peacefully is integral to democracy. But

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Comments & Analyses-I

Walking the tightrope

The six-month waiver on sanctions granted by the U.S. to India and seven other countries importing oil from Iran highlights the importance of economic factors in the India-U.S. strategic partnership, writes Anita Inder Singh

The six-month waiver on sanctions granted by the U.S. 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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Front Page

BNP thanks EC, expects Khaleda candidacy

Okya Front candidate list today, manifesto Dec 17

BNP thanks EC, expects  Khaleda candidacy

News Report Thanking the Election Commission for the first time, the recalcitrant BNP Thursday made a resolute move towards poll participation with most of the rejected party nominees cleared for the contest. Visibly pleased at the 'justice' done in first day's nomination-appeal hearings, BNP secretary-general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir came up with the thanksgiving gesture and also held hope that his jailed party chief, Khaleda Zia, too, would get the all-clear in her appeal case to be heard tomorrow (Saturday). Underpinning the developments in the run-up to the December 30 general election, he also rolled of participatory plans of the BNP-dominated Jatiya Oikya Front headed by Dr Kamal Hossain. The JOF will unveil...  read more>>

PM seeks continuity of dev process

News Desk Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday asked the  read more>>

Khaleda can contest polls if justice done

News Desk BNP secretary-general Murza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Thursday  read more>>

VNSC teacher jailed

Principal, another sued

VNSC teacher jailedNews Report Viqarunnisa class-IX teacher Hasna Hena was sent to jail Thursday  read more>>

No alternative to win

Quader fixes AL target

News Desk Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Thursday  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Bangladesh strategic US partner
US Ambassador to Bangladesh Earl R Miller has urged Myanmar   read more>>
Hasina 26th on Forbes list of most powerful women
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has advanced four notches and has   read more>>
No alternative to win
News Desk Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Thursday   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
20 lakh suffering from cancer in country
News Desk Rabeya Ferdousi, a 37-year-old housewife, was passing a   read more>>
Nationwide 'Bijoy Mancha' Dec 16-28
Nationwide 'Bijoy Mancha' Dec 16-28'Bijoy-Mancha' (stage of victory) will be built at upazila and district levels across the co   read more>>
Condolence
Speaker of the Jatiya Sangsad Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury on   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Huawei arrest puts trade war truce in doubt
VANCOUVER, Dec 6: The daughter of Huawei's founder, a top   read more>>
Blooming with beauty and business
News Report Starting up with individual initiatives decades ago the   read more>>
Kroger quarterly same-store sales fall short of estimates
CINCINNATI (Ohio), Dec 6: US supermarket chain Kroger Co (KR.N)   read more>>

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SPORTS
BCB XI ride on Tamim, Soumya century
BCB XI ride on  Tamim,  Soumya centuryBrilliant centuries came from Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar saw Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) XI be   read more>>
Rubel denies allegations of non-interest in Test
Bangladesh pacer Rubel Hossain, on Wednesday, brushed aside allegations of   read more>>
Liton Das keeps his fingers crossed
Liton Das, the right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman said on Thursday he is   read more>>

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HOME
Benapole Port on its way to full automation
News Desk BENAPOLE, Dec 6: Benapole Port, the country's biggest   read more>>
Bean boon in Narsingdi
Our Correspondent NARSINGDI, Dec 6: Cultivation of Bean is gaining   read more>>
TB treatment free in govt hospitals
Our Correspondent JAMALPUR, Dec 6: Deputy Civil Surgeon Dr Mustakim   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Xi's Europe, LatAm trips steer governance on right path
BEIJING, Dec 6: Chinese President Xi Jinping's latest trip to   read more>>
Brexit hardliners resist pleas to vote for May's deal
LONDON, Dec 6: Conservative Brexiteers, having spent their entire careers   read more>>
Bloody rivalry erupts between al-Shabab, IS group in Somalia
NAIROBI, Dec 6: A bloody rivalry has emerged between extremist   read more>>

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