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FEATURE

When education meets passion

When education meets passion

(From previous issue) On a different note, Sadatuddin Ahmed Amil, Cartoonist of The Daily Star st

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5 best workout routines if you are over 40

5 best workout routines if you are over 40

When you turn 40, or you're over 40, it feels like you've immediately doubled in age. Those

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Why are more Pakistanis taking their own lives?

Tanzeel Hassan

Draped in a red plaid scarf worn loosely around her

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Op-ed

All for one, none for all

By Hilal Ahmed

The attitude of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) towards Muslim

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The gender ladder to socio-economic transformation

By Divita Shandilya

India is in the middle of a historical election which

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Sooner or later, Scotland will get an independence of some sort

By Simon Jenkins

Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, recently reiterated her promise to

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Revitalise manpower export sector

The Malaysian government has assured Bangladesh of hiring Bangladeshi workers

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What Other Say

Miles to go: On South African elections

Cyril Ramaphosa, victor in South Africa’s recent presidential election and

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Comments & Analyses-I

Champion of dialogue of civilisations

By Huang Yinjiazi, Shuai Anning and Jiang Li

In Beijing’s leafy Olympic Green stands a stately edifice, the

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Front Page

Updating sociopolitical order urgent

Intellectuals call it national reconciliation, cite weird happenings as bellwether for change

News Special Citing some weird happenings almost all around, despite some drastic action, some thinkers now suggest a re-jig of Bangladesh's sociopolitical structure. A national reconciliation they stress for such updating of basic social contract. The fundamentals for this renaissance must be the ethos of the independence war in the light of prevailing domestic and geopolitical realities, as they opine and as the ruling Awami League and its coalition partners also think. A solution along this line, they admit, looks premature by the looks of political tensions between the two main parties, but not totally an impractical proposition. A move to that end is not altogether utopian as BNP also claims to be a champion of independence with many freedom...  read more>>

Luscious Rajshahi mangoes hit market

Harvest formally inaugurated

Luscious Rajshahi mangoes hit marketJuicy and delicious fruit Mango started appearing in the markets of Rajshahi  read more>>

PM to open two bridges before Eid

Kamal says about new Gomti, Meghna bridges

Two new bridges - Meghna and Gumti-will be opened to  read more>>

Mediterranean ferry disaster

39 missing, 24 found alive, one dead: FM

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen Wednesday said so far  read more>>

BNP becoming dysfunctional

Says Hasan

Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud Wednesday said BNP under the  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Govt plans improvement of railway services
News Desk The government is contemplating a number of projects   read more>>
Govt firm on dealing with narcotic menace: Minister
News Desk Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal on Wednesday said   read more>>
President off to London for checkup
President Abdul Hamid left Dhaka for London on Wednesday for   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
BIWTA to procure 55 dredgers to maintain navigability of rivers
Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA) is going to procure   read more>>
RHD gets South Asia Procurement Innovation Award
Kazi Sayeda Momtaz, senior system analyst, Roads and Highways Department   read more>>
Special tribunal sought to punish rapists
News Report Awami League Presidium member and 14-party spokesperson Mohammed   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Price fall in large-cap drives stocks down
News Report Stock markets have continued to bleed as they   read more>>
German economy returns to growth
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, May 15: The German economy bounced back   read more>>
Bayer stock continues rout after $2 billion award in roundup trial
FRANKFURT, May 15: Shares in Bayer fell as much as   read more>>

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SPORTS
Can Tigers be seventh time lucky?
Over the years, Bangladesh have been evolved as true giants   read more>>
You've never seen them before!
You've never seen them before!England captain Eoin Morgan and his stars have revealed a new side that not even themselves probably   read more>>
Kayes ready for any kind of SOS
Imrul Kayes of late has earned fame as a super   read more>>

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HOME
Alternative profession needed to save forests
Our Correspondent KHAGRACHHARI, May 15: The Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT)   read more>>
Construction of 10 educational instts underway
Our Correspondent DINAJPUR, May 15: The construction work of academic   read more>>
Construction work of Khulna Hi-Tech Park to begin in July
KHULNA, May 15: Construction work of Khulna Hi-Tech Park in   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
US talk of growing threat from Iran sparks worries of war
Washington, May 15: International worries that the Trump administration is   read more>>
Clashes during election rally in east India injure several
New Delhi, May 15: Rival political supporters on Tuesday clashed   read more>>
Don't 'politicize' electricity, Iraq minister urges as summer nears
BAGHDAD, May 15: With temperatures rising on both the weather   read more>>

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