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FEATURE

Maritime Boundary and the use of Marine Resources

(From yesterday's issue) Zircon beach, ilemenoita, myaganetaita, riutaila, kayanaita, monazite,

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In the canon of high literature

Apart from their distinct quality of language, Ghalib's letters present a largely new way of looking at individual and collective life

What constitutes 'literature' is a loaded concept in the context

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An intimate stranger

By Suchitra Vijayan

Nadine Gordimer's radical stance in her politics and writing was

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Op-ed

Indigenousness: A Way towards Prosperity

By Sumon Haque

An overwhelming number (98%) of Bengalis reside over Bangladesh speaking

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Rap Genius raises $40m for move into history, sports, literature and more

US startup rebrands as Genius: 'Any text can be as layered, as allusive and cryptic, as worthy of careful exegesis as rap lyrics...'
Rap Genius raises $40m for move into history, sports, literature and more

US startup Rap Genius made its name with a website

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Mamata's business trip to Singapore

By Sujayendra Das

Mamata Banerjee, chief minister of the Indian state of West

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EDITORIAL
LETTER to the EDITOR

ADB loans to tackle river erosion

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will fund state-of-the-art riverbank protection

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OFF the TRACK

Faith being distorted

Faith hurts before it heals. I know the structured academic

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Comments & Analyses-II

The Revelation

To live, feel and enjoy moments in our daily life, do we make use of the blessings and gifts given by the Creator? Why indeed has the Creator taken the trouble to give us these blessings and gifts asks Yousuf Mahbubul Islam, PhD

In our day-to-day life, do we appreciate the blessings given

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Fornt Page

No body safe under ALís illegal regime: Khaleda

Condemning the killing of 'Channel i' programme presenter Maulana Nurul Islam Faruqui, BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia on Thursday said his murder has proved again that a reign of killing has been established in the country, reports UNB. In a statement, she said, "The country's people are now living in such an uneasy calm and anarchic situation where an Islamic scholar has been killed by miscreants even after staying with his family members." "Country's noted citizens, let alone the political leaders and activists, are not safe from the dangerous grasp of misrule established by an illegal regime," the BNP chief alleged. She said the country's people are no longer safe in the hands of the current 'illegal regime as they are...  read more>>

Three shot dead in city

Unidentified assailants gunned down three people, including a woman, and  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialThe village of Debraiech and the primary school in it  read more>>

Probe launched into Faruqui murder

The government has launched a multi-agency investigation into the gruesome  read more>>

Ultimatum to arrest killers

CHITTAGONG, Aug 28: Islami Chhatra Sena, the student associate body  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
War crimes accused Taher, Noni face interrogation
The International Crimes Tribunal-1 on Thursday allowed the investigation agency   read more>>
Five 10-storey buildings for sweeper colony gets cabinet body nod
The Cabinet Purchase Committee on Thursday approved separate proposals for   read more>>
5 children drown in ponds
Five children, including two brothers, drowned in ponds in two   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Minister for promoting tourism sector
Civil Aviation and Tourism Minister Rashed Khan Menon on Thursday   read more>>
Solo art exhibition begins in city today
A two week long solo art exhibition titled ďReality Versus   read more>>
Airtel launches 3G in Moulvibazar
Airtel Bangladesh Ltd, the fastest growing telecom operator in Bangladesh,   read more>>

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