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FEATURE

Arabian cuisine getting popularity

Arabian cuisine getting popularity

Mediterranean and Middle Eastern foods are packed with flavorful spices and fresh veggies. The Medit

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A repertory of food at the great - good places

A repertory of food at the great - good places

(From previous issue) "Meze" Dishes to Accompany the Spirits In Turkey, despite the Isla

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Readers' recipe swap: Honey

Being in the good books of a beekeeper has certainly

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Op-ed

Security in schools

Security in schools

At least six years after a girl died in mysterious circumstances in the washroom of her school in Ko

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Big food's attempt to further industrialise what we eat

FOOD is not a commodity, it is not 'stuff' put

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Choosing the long view

The first Budget of the new government in the 17th

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Rohingyas ruffle eco-balance

The issue of Rohingya repatriation goes through a real labyrinth

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What Other Say

Millennials changing how we see things

The way we view digital media is constantly changing. A

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Comments & Analyses-I

Rulers only in name in Nepal

I finally picked it up a few weeks ago, just as thousands in Kathmandu came to the streets to protest the Guthi bill, writes Amish Raj Mulmi

Every now and then, a meme about tsundoku – a

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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

Politics seems turning more fractious

Alliances falter, discord in parties manifest, civil-society outfits harping on vote conduct following EC report

News Special: Politics seems turning more fractious following the national and local elections. The more distinct is the rift in the mainstream opposition-intra-party and intra-alliance. The previous ruling coalition looks standing apart. There have been serious disagreements and distance within the opposition BNP and its allies over the last parliament election and movement for release of the party's jailed chief and ex-PM, Khaleda Zia. The BNP-led 20-party alliance was virtually put on the sidelines to yield place to a new election coalition-Jatiya Oikya Front-led by jurist-politico Dr Kamal Hossain. Eventually a rift in the 20-party lineup got exposed as Barrister Andaleeb Partho of BJP broke away. Col Oli Ahmed followed suit, floating 'Jatiya Mukti Mancha' avowedly to lau...  read more>>

Work to retain developing country status: PM

News Desk: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina emphasised bolstering political and  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina presiding over the Awami League central working committee  read more>>

Seoul eyes stronger investment

Korean PM due today

Seoul eyes stronger investmentBangladesh and South Korea want to bring a momentum in their relations  read more>>

Flood haunts districts, rain swamps Dhaka city

News Desk: Incessant monsoon rains Friday triggered flooding in several  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
New recruitment policy with Malaysia soon
News Report: State Minister for Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment   read more>>
Dutch Queen lauds govt initiatives
UN Secretary-General's Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development Queen   read more>>
PSB officials urge govt to regularise their jobs
News Report: Officials and employees of Amar Bari, Amar Khamar   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Youths urged to work together for boosting Indo-Bangla ties
News Report Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Syed Muazzem Ali   read more>>
70 pc couples use family planning methods in Rangpur division
RANGPUR, July 12: Seventy per cent able couples of Rangpur   read more>>
Breastfeeding for babies' sound health stressed
RAJSHAHI, July 12: Speakers at a function here put stress   read more>>

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BUSINESS
US-China trade talks in 'quiet period'
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is in a "quiet   read more>>
Irish economy expands by 8.2 pc in 2018
DUBLIN, July 12: Ireland's economy expanded by a stellar 8.2   read more>>
Housing, autos drive US inflation higher in June
WASHINGTON, July 12: Rising prices for housing, used cars and   read more>>

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SPORTS
England ends semi-final stumbles to reach final
BIRMINGHAM, Jul 12:After a year of semifinal frustration for England   read more>>
Dharmasena to stand in WC final despite Roy row
Sports Desk Sri Lankan umpire Kumar Dharmasena has been appointed   read more>>
Rain reigns at Chattogram
Hosts Bangladesh A Team scored 18 for 1 in 7.4   read more>>

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HOME
Call for creating mass awareness among people
Our Correspondent GAIBANDHA, July 12: Speakers at a function underscored   read more>>
5th Int'l conference on IC4ME2 begins at RU
RAJSHAHI, July 12: A two-day 5th international conference on Computer,   read more>>
Tree plantation for adaptation to climate change stresse
RANGPUR, July 12: Officials at a post-rally discussion have underscored   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
2020 Democrats paint contrast with Trump on immigration
Milwaukee, July 12: Democratic presidential candidates promised major changes to   read more>>
HK protesters march with mock coffin of city leader
Hong Kong, Jul 12: A small group of protesters paraded   read more>>
British politicians stand by diplomats after ambassador to Washington resigns
LONDON, July 12:British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said British diplomats   read more>>

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