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FEATURE

Feeling the heat

Feeling the heat

Pamela Timms' book is built around some cornerstones of Old Delhi's street food, intersperse

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A technocrat's reminiscences

A technocrat's  reminiscences

On the face of it, Karuveli, officially called Sarguneswarapuram, may appear to be yet another nonde

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'Unplanned adventures'

"As a young journalist, I wanted to change the world

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Op-ed

Forgetting philanthropy the super-rich should be paying proper taxes

Forgetting philanthropy  the super-rich should  be paying proper taxes

A half-lie dominates modern culture that is worse than a straight lie because it contains enough tru

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Talking Afghan peace

Talking Afghan peace

IN what is being described as the most tangible step forward in the Afghan peace talks, US officials

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Stormy weather awaits India in 2019

As India prepares for the general election this year, all

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Combating challenges to march ahead

In a recently held symposium titled “Bangladesh-European Relations: Progress for

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What others say

Road to the Élysée Palace

The presidential race in France may be gaining momentum, but

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Comments & Analyses-I

No, Brexit Britain doesn't want its empire back

By John Lloyd

Britain is moving towards an exit from the European Union

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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

Route franchise felt urgent for Dhaka

33pc buses run sans fitness certificate

News Report Immediate introduction of route franchise for operating company buses in the capital comes as a cogent suggestion, as city traffic kept worsening and accidents occurring frequently. The death of four people, including a journalist's daughter bound for school, in the city few days back propped up the plea for streamlining the problematic traffic in the crowded city as well as on road and highways across the country. For the national metropolis, besides introducing company and state buses on route-franchise basis, there are suggestions for replicating the 'Dhakar Chaka' Gulshan model in other high-society residential enclaves like Dhanmondi and Uttara and the Hatirjheel circular-bus service along the passages being created on both banks of the Buriganga as well...  read more>>

JCD memo to VC

Defer Ducsu polls by 3 months

News Desk After long nine years, several hundred leaders and  read more>>

Commercial coaching banned

HC issues order prohibiting out-of-class teaching by school-college teachers

News Report Commercial coaching of students by teachers of all  read more>>

Gatco graft case

Khaleda attends indictment hearing

A court in Dhaka on Thursday fixed February 27 for  read more>>

Give revenue, get govt favour

Finance minister assures all businesses a fair crack of the whip

News Desk Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal on Thursday said  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Jolie seeks sustained global support for Rohingyas
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BNP suffers image crisis at home, abroad for graft, terrorism
Says Quader Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader Thursday said   read more>>
Eviction drive to free the banks of Buriganga river on third day
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METROPOLIS
'Women empowerment brings major social change'
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Dr MR Khan's death anniv today
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'Work together to address climate change impacts'
Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Md Shahab Uddin on   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Bourses back to green again
News Report Stocks snapped a two-day losing streak on Thursday   read more>>
India central bank cuts rates ahead of election
MUMBAI, Feb 7: India’s central bank cut interest rates Thursday,   read more>>
Amazon changes business structures in India
NEW DELHI, Feb 7: One of the biggest sellers on   read more>>

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SPORTS
Dynamites, Victorians bank on allrounders
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Dhaka Abahani take solo lead in BPL Football
Defending champions Dhaka Abahani Limited took a solo lead in   read more>>
A BPL final, finally, for Tamim Iqbal
Tamim Iqbal watched most of the 2017 BPL final from   read more>>

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HOME
When a bamboo bridge is the only hope
News Desk SATKHIRA, Feb 7: Inhabitants of three villages in   read more>>
Youths urged to stand against terrorism, extremism
RAJSHAHI, Feb 7: Academics and researchers have urged all including   read more>>
Rice procurement nearing completion in Gaibandha
Our Correspondent GAIBANDHA, Feb 7: Aman rice procurement drive which   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Iraq, Syria to be IS-free by next week: Trump
US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he expected a   read more>>
UK leader arrives in Brussels for Brexit talks
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Abe vows to resolve territorial dispute with Russia
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