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FEATURE

New cookbook good and cheap celebrates inexpensive meals

Learn to make chocolate zucchini muffins from Good and Cheap, the new book that helps people eat well on very low budgets.

Curious about how people can really eat on the American

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Kitchen a place to banish winter

I love a good frost as much as the next

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How far would you go for NZ's best pie?

How far would you go for NZ's best pie?

Greenmeadows New World's potato top pie took out the top prize at the 19th annual Bakels New Ze

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Op-ed

A bitter home-coming for Yemen's exiled government

The fall of Aden to the Saudi-led coalition does not presage peace any time soon

RIVALRY between Iran, a Shia power, and its Sunni Arab

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Obama's strong words are too little, too late

By Murithi Mutiga

That President Obama has engaged Africa in frank terms towards

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Bangladesh Pharma and WTO/TRIPS deadline extension from 2016 to 2021?

By Wahidur Rahman
Bangladesh Pharma and WTO/TRIPS deadline extension from 2016 to 2021?

The Bangladesh Pharma Industry manufactures about 8000 generic drugs under 26813 registered brands i

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EDITORIAL
Off the track

Young girl takes on Merkel

Geoffrey Aronson

They have been uprooted from homes and families, suffering the

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What others say

Labour leadership election failing Britain

Britain’s opposition Labour Party is in a panic as it

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A primer on ‘traumatic grief’

A traumatic event often causes deep-rooted, profound feelings. Depending on the nature of the event, those feelings may be fear, confusion, grief or a combination of emotions, writes Mayo Clinic

A traumatic event often causes deep-rooted, profound feelings. Depending on

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Too much traffic

The capital's messy traffic management system is left to be

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Fornt Page

Jubilation in enclaves

Shackles of separation broken

KURIGRAM, July 31: It is a celebration time for thousands of people living in the hitherto India-Bangladesh enclaves as they are awaiting the much-sought enclave swap between the two countries at one minute past midnight on Saturday, breaking the shackles of separation from their homelands, reports UNB. The red disc will be on top of the green field as the national flag of Bangladesh will be hoisted in 111 enclaves inside the country on the zero hours while the tricolor of deep saffron, white and India green with the Ashoka Chakra in the centre hoisted in 51 enclaves inside India. At Dasiarchhora enclave in Phulbari upazila of Kurigram, thousands of people will join the flag hoisting ceremony while the moment...  read more>>

Komen weakens, but rain cripples life

Komen weakens, but rain cripples  lifeIncessant rains triggered by tropical cyclone 'Komen' on Friday pounded many parts  read more>>

Buriganga revival project flops for fund crunch

The Buriganga River Restoration Project, taken to revive the Buriganga  read more>>

Fresh voter list

EC shows 7 reasons behind gender gap

The Election Commission has identified seven reasons behind the significant  read more>>

Next polls under present govt, says Ashraf

Public Administration Minister Syed Ashraful Islam on Friday said the  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
AL leader's house torched in Shariatpur
SHARIATPUR, July 31: Miscreants torched the house of a local   read more>>
Two killed as auto-rickshaw sinks in drain
CHITTAGONG, July 31: Two people were killed as a CNG-run   read more>>
Difficult days ahead for BNP: Suranjit
Awami League senior leader Suranjit Sengupta on Friday said it   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
India eager to work with SME Foundation
National Small Industries Corporation Limited (NSIC) of India on Thursday   read more>>
Bioethics practices can help develop honest leadership of students
Educationists at a workshop on Friday said bioethics should be   read more>>
Strengthening Bangladesh-Korea relations stressed
Korean Ambassador in Dhaka Lee Yun-young said music is a   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Japan's Sharp says April-June loss widens to $274 m
TOKYO, July 31: Japanese electronics giant Sharp said Friday its   read more>>
Taiwan growth slows in Q2 as exports plunge
TAIPEI, July 31: Taiwan's economy grew at its slowest pace   read more>>
IMF 'will not join Greece bailout until debt concerns are addressed'
WASHINGTON, July 31: The International Monetary Fund said yesterday it   read more>>

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SPORTS
Aberdeen grab away win in Europa
Aberdeen lost to Kairat Almaty in Kazakhstan but Kenny McLean’s   read more>>
Malinga delivers harsh self-assessment
Lasith Malinga has blamed himself for an indifferent bowling performance   read more>>
Pakistan eye T20 crown to cap memorable tour
This tour is already Pakistan’s most fruitful trip to Sri   read more>>

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HOME
One to die for killing wife
Our Correspondent GAZIPUR, July 31: A court here on Thursday   read more>>
79 illegal establishments evicted
Our Correspondent GAIBANDHA, July 31: The district administration has evicted   read more>>
BMDA plants 6.5 lakh palm trees in vast Barind tract
RAJSHAHI, July 31: The Barind Multipurpose Development Authority (BMDA) has   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Tunisia extends state of emergency
TUNIS, July 31: A state of emergency imposed in Tunisia   read more>>
Tracing back debris to find Flight 370 may prove impossible
Wellington, July 31: If it's confirmed that a wing fragment   read more>>
Five killed in Turkey police- PKK clash
Ankara, July 31: Kurdish rebels raided a Turkish police station   read more>>

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