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FEATURE

While the internet is accountable to nobody, privacy will be in crisis

It is time to bring humanity back to the networks that hear everything, track our lives, and mine information bought and sold

The Edward Snowden documentary Citizenfour opens in UK cinemas on

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A vast, masterful epic that you can truly lose yourself in

Welcome to Thedas, where demonic rifts have opened to a

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Viber adds games to popular messaging app

Viber adds games to popular messaging app

Viber, already one of the most popular messaging, voice and video call apps, has added games to its

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Op-ed

The last mile

By Juboraz Khan

NEGOTIATORS from six world powers (known as the P5+1) and

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Pakistan is a scapegoat of the U.S. self-esteem

By Prof. Sarwar Md. Saifullah Khaled

Taliban militants laid siege to a Peshawar school in Pakistan

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Padma Bridge to help achieve desired growth of Bangladesh

By Mirza Shamim Eskander
Padma Bridge to help achieve desired growth of Bangladesh

Without massive infrastructural development Bangladesh economy will not achieve double - digit growt

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EDITORIAL
Letter to the EDITOR

Deaths in crossing Bay in S Asia

The UN refugee agency on Wednesday (10th December) warned that

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OFF the TRACK

Asthma and allergy devices

Patients with asthma and severe allergies are often not taught

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Comments & Analyses-II

Counterterrorism consensus

The ghosts of strategic mistakes continue to haunt Pakistan in its current battle against the TTP. Al Qaeda emerged from the detritus of the anti-Soviet Arab and other foreign fighters, writes Munir Akram

As Pakistan grieves the loss of its children in Peshawar,

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Fornt Page

Oil-spill in Sundarbans

UN team at Mongla to assess adverse impacts

An expert team of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) reached Mongla Port, Bagerhat on Monday afternoon to assess the extent of adverse impacts caused to the Sundarbans, the world's largest mangrove forest, by the oil spill following an oil tanker crash, reports UNB. "The UN team reached Mongla Port around 4 pm, and we along with the team will set out a journey by boats within an hour towards the oil-spill affected area," Divisional Forest Officer Amir Hossain Chowdhury of the Sundarbans East Zone (Bagerhat) told UNB over phone. The team left Dhaka around 7 am with 20 experts and five other officials, according to a UNDP official accompanying the team. In response to a government request, the UN...  read more>>

Take action against terrorists forgetting their faces: PM

Take action against terrorists forgetting their faces: PMIn an unequivocal stance against terrorism, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday  read more>>

Pictorial

PictorialNational committee activists take out a procession on Monday in the city  read more>>

AL has destroyed democracy, says Fakhrul

BRAHMANBARIA, Dec 22: BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam  read more>>

7 hurt in BNP factional clash in city

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BACK PAGE
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BUSINESS
Marcel opens exclusive showroom at Shibpur
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World shares and rouble rally into Christmas, oil stalls
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SPORTS
Partex demoted after walk-out
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Brazil women win home tournament
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HOME
Symbol of youths' gallantry
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JHALAKATHI, Dec 22: Industries' Minister Amir Hossain Amu, MP, recently   read more>>
Flourishing women leadership prerequisite for national uplift
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