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FEATURE

Writers' tales trace brave lives that beat the odds

Writers' tales trace brave lives that beat the odds

At a time when racial identity is hardening in some communities and lies are being spread abroad abo

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On the origin of humans

On the origin of humans

Religion, spirituality and moral philosophy have generally had the monopoly over stoking, assuaging

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Police politics

No Minister of the Crown can tell him (Metropolitan Commissioner

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Op-ed

Education and orientalist discourse

The World Bank agreed to grant Egypt a loan worth

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Hungrier and indebted than ever before

DESPITE all the tall claims of development by authorities in

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Donald Trump's sanctions on Iran

Even as European leaders prepared their pleas for exemptions from

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Spirit of Eid-ul-Fitr

Eid-ul-Fitr is only one or two days away. For the

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Questionable US action

BETWEEN the ignorance of US President Donald Trump and the

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Comments & Analyses-I

Bairam Khans of Congress

TWO lobbies were clearly worried by a photograph that was clicked during the swearing-in celebrations of the Karnataka anti-BJP coalition, Jawed Naqvi

TWO lobbies were clearly worried by a photograph that was

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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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Fornt Page

All roads lead to rural areas

News Desk The frenzied rush of home-goers reached its peak in the city on Thursday, the last working day before Eid-ul-Fitr, as thousands of people headed for their village homes to celebrate the religious festival with their near and dear ones. Though there was tremendous traffic pressure on roads and highways, there was no report of any tailback like previous years. Huge crowds were seen at all city transport terminals and railway stations Thursday since morning, while the transport operators were struggling to cope with the rush of the eid passengers. Many passengers were seen taking risky rides on the rooftops of buses, trains and launches. Transport operators said the mad rush of homebound passengers will continue until today night....  read more>>

Moscow pulsates with music, world resounded

WC soccer sees charming kickoff

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Pictorial

PictorialRobbie Williams performs hits "Let Me Entertain You" and "Rock DJ" accompanied  read more>>

Martyred journo Selina Parvin's son 'murdered'

Suman's body found on city rails

News Desk Martyred journalist Selina Parvin's son Suman Zahid, a  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Monsoon rain raising risks for Rohingya children
COX'S BAZAR, June 14: Torrential rain and strong winds hit   read more>>
New Air Chief adorned with rank badge
New Air Chief adorned with rank badgeNew Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal Masihuzzaman Serniabat was adorned with a rank badge at the Prime   read more>>
BNP pleads for party chief's release before Eid
News Desk BNP on Thursday demanded the 'unconditional' release of   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Measures taken for peaceful Eid celebration
The government has taken all out security measures to ensure   read more>>
Month of Ashar begins today
Today is the first day of the Bengali month of   read more>>
Ctg, Rajshahi prepare to celebrate Eid
News Desk All preparations have been completed for celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Japan signs $1.8b deal to fund six projects in Bangladesh
Japan, one of Bangladesh’s largest development partners, has signed the   read more>>
Wall Street wants more female traders, but old perceptions die hard
Wall Street wants more female traders, but old perceptions die hardNEW YORK, June 14: As a biomedical engineering student at Duke University, Priya Karani thought she   read more>>
Asian markets lower after hawkish Fed, fresh trade war fears
HONG KONG, June 14: Asian markets fell Thursday after the   read more>>

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SPORTS
Portugal face Spain in WC group tie today
Portugal face Spain in  WC group tie todayPortugal continued their preparations for the World Cup in unremarkable fashion on Wednesday, painti   read more>>
Evergreen Cahill’s WC dream still alive
KAZAN, Russia, Jun 14: Australia talisman Tim Cahill shot down   read more>>
Will he or won’t he? Egypt holds its breath over injured Salah
YEKATERINBURG, Russia, Jun 14: Mohamed Salah is in a high-profile   read more>>

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HOME
Barind drought-hit families happy with safe water supply
News Desk RAJSHAHI, June 14: Pawlina Mormu, 35, wife of   read more>>
Pavement shops also draw huge shoppers at last moment
News Desk CHATTOGRAM, June 14: Makeshift shops on footpaths and   read more>>
Downpour disrupts city life in Chattogram
CHATTOGRAM, Jun 14: Rainfall has caused unprecedented inundation in the   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
World escaped nuclear weapon threat: Moon
South Korean President Moon Jae-In said on Thursday the world   read more>>
Pressure grows on Merkel to tighten refugee policies
BERLIN, June 14: Pressure grew on Chancellor Angela Merkel from   read more>>
US seeks to assuage Asian allies after North Korea summit
SEOUL, June 14: The United States and its Asian allies   read more>>

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