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FEATURE

'The crowd watched as he bled'

By Upneet Pansare
'The crowd watched as he bled'

In a populated area of Kalyan in Mumbai, 58-year-old Mayur Mehta was stabbed by a college student in

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Challenges of a young party

Challenges of a young party

Aam Aadmi Party member Shazia Ilmi was in the eye of a storm when a sting operation allegedly showed

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'Enter politics to make a difference'

'Enter politics to make a difference'

India's youngest MP, Divya Spandana, 31, has been under the spotlight ever since she beat her ri

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Op-ed

Awkward relations

The American president and the Saudi king will have an unusually edgy meeting, writes James Mason
Awkward relations

BARACK OBAMA may recall a tricky moment when he first met King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia five years a

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Foreign losses

Sweeping cuts have not killed the BBC World Service. Steady neglect might, writes Tim Merrett
Foreign losses

IT IS "perhaps Britain's greatest gift to the world", says Kofi Annan, former boss of th

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Trouble ahead

The Bahrain government is poisoning the well, writes Anwar Mehmood

SOON there will be no empty walls in the villages

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EDITORIAL

Sizzling summer

Extreme summer heat has pushed up the consumption of electricity

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Expediting govt recruitment

The cabinet on Monday (21st April) directed the authorities concerned

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Is India set to elect its Reagan?

Modinomics can be the perfect antidote to the kleptocratic crony socialism that has kept India from realising her vast economic potential, writes David Cohen
Is India set to elect its Reagan?

I recently offered my perspective on India’s elections to an American audience. Writing in The Daily

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Management of animal wastes

The Eid-ul Azha festival is on October fifteenth, sixteenth and

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Fornt Page

Govt fails to ensure due share of Teesta water: BNP

Govt fails to ensure due share of Teesta water: BNP

GAZIPUR, Apr 22: BNP on Tuesday slammed the government for what it said its failure to realise Bangladesh's fair share of the Teesta River water despite the growing public demand, reports UNB. "We have the right to get the due share of Teesta water but our government has failed to realise it from India despite repeated calls from different sections of Bangladesh society. We must establish...  read more>>

Cut fare by 15 pc for 1st 2 km: PM

She inaugurates new taxicab service

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday asked the concerned authorities  read more>>

US assures more assistance for maritime security

The United States on Tuesday assured Bangladesh of providing further  read more>>

Bodies formed to probe violence at 3 hospitals

The government has formed three separate enquiry committees following the  read more>>

Steam turbine at Meghnaghat power plant gutted

When the demand for electricity is shooting up across the  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Tk 18.63b telecom project okayed
The government on Tuesday approved the 'Establishment of NGN-based Telecommunication   read more>>
Quasem Ali’s sister makes deposition
Making an alibi plea, Momtaz Nuruddin, younger sister of war   read more>>
Capital punishment to bldg owner demanded
Garment workers and victims of the Rana Plaza tragedy on   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
93pc people suffer from sleep disorder in S Asia: Study
Terming the Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) a serious health problem,   read more>>
Allama Iqbal's 76th death anniversary observed
Allama Iqbal's 76th death anniversary observedDiscussants at a seminar on "Iqbal's Philosophy and Contemporary World" on Monday in the   read more>>
One-third population suffer from hearing problems
A survey report today said the country's one-third population suffer   read more>>

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BUSINESS
EPZs need 4.50m more skilled workers: Chunnu
State Minister for Labour and Employment Md Mujibul Haque Chunnu   read more>>
More red ink for US newspapers in latest survey
WASHINGTON, April 22: US newspapers suffered further revenue declines in   read more>>
Caution grows in “dim sum” bond market against weakening yuan
SHANGHAI, April 21 (Xinhua): Continued depreciation of the RMB yuan   read more>>

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SPORTS
Dhaka clinches 15th NCL title
Dhaka Division clinched the Walton 15th National Cricket League crown   read more>>
Sheikh Jamal post 3-2 win over BU
Power house Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club posted a hard-fought 3-2   read more>>
CSK crush Daredevils by 93 runs
Chennai Super Kings crushed Delhi Daredevils by 93 runs in   read more>>

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HOME
Strict implementation of TCA stressed
RANGPUR, Apr 22: Participants at a workshop here have stressed   read more>>
Education Fair under SEQAEP held at Gaibandha
Our Correspondent GAIBANDHA, Apr 22: A day long education fair   read more>>
Three held with arms, ammo in Rajbari, Faridpur
RAJBARI, Apr 22: Police and Rapid Action Battalion in separate   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Biden to meet Ukraine leaders as Russia, US trade jabs over crisis
KIEV, April 22: US Vice President Joe Biden will meet   read more>>
Death toll in South Korea ferry disaster crosses 100
JINDO , South Korea, April 22: The confirmed death toll   read more>>
MH370 relatives reject conclusions on plane
KUALA LUMPUR, April 22: Relatives of flight MH370 passengers have   read more>>

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