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FEATURE

Vitamin C a staple of ancient beauty

By: Dr Tauhida Rahman Ereen
Vitamin C a staple of ancient beauty

It is not surprising that centuries ago Native Americans used to apply vitamin c rich paste out of t

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Can I survive my midlife crisis?

Faced with the challenges of middle age, many people crash and burn. But is there another way?
Can I survive my midlife crisis?

As a well-adjusted middle-aged man, I like to define myself by the things I don't have. I don

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Help! My partner's having a midlife crisis

With the right approach, you can turn a crisis into a golden opportunity, says therapist Andrew G Marshall

What not to doÖ 1 Ignore it Every relationship goes

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Op-ed

Do driverless cars dream of electric sheep?

By Simon Chesterman

Autonomous vehicles offer the prospect of safer and cheaper transportation

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The fusion of civilisations

(From yesterday's issue) It is true that a certain number

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India-Pakistan ties head for dangerous low over Kashmir

By Ravi Velloor

(From yesterday's issue) What of the Kashmiris caught in the

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EDITORIAL

Rampal and recent UNESCO move

The advice of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural

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Travails of a war-torn people

The Northern Provincial Council, which came to power three years ago, has been an abysmal failure. And Colombo has descended to business as usual, writes Ahilan Kadirgamar
Travails of a war-torn people

On September 21, 2013, tens of thousands of Tamils living in Sri Lankaís heavily-militarised North d

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Educationís first goal: quality teachers

It is high time Thailand seriously studied successful models like those Singapore and Finland have embraced. These two countries already rank best in the world when it comes to education, writes Chularat Saengpassa

A major overhaul of Thailandís education sector has been taking

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL
Fornt Page

People's money for people's services

City fathers want to boost revenue collection

News Report The two city mayors in Dhaka recently sought the support of the tax authority to collect more household taxes and revenue from some sources to provide better services to the city dwellers. The city fathers cited a law passed in 2009 that provides these local government authorities to collect revenue from 26 areas in the form of tax, sub-tax and toll. "A city corporation is not a business entity. It has to get money from some sources such as government, to provide better services to people," said Annisul Huq, mayor of Dhaka North City Corporation. "There is a law that gives scope to collect revenue to provide services." The call was made at a meeting with top officials...  read more>>

Pictorial

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Modi stresses peace in Kashmir

News Desk Likening the anger in the country over Uri  read more>>

Race for White House

Hillary's slim margin with Trump varnishes

Hillary's slim margin with Trump varnishesWASHINGTON, Sept 25: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are in a virtual  read more>>

Unesco concern over Rampal plant

Govt to respond by next week

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BACK PAGE
'Indiscriminate detentions' in Assam worries Indian NCM
Concerned over the indiscriminate detentions of people in Assam on   read more>>
Dhaka, Washington to discuss security issues Oct 2
Bangladesh and the United States will discuss "strategic priorities and   read more>>
Release of IS video footage a plot
Denying the existing of Islamic State in Bangladesh, Home Minister   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Calamities affect classes in 5,000 schools
Natural disasters like cyclone and flood are severely hindering children's   read more>>
JS to pass tough law to prevent road crashes
Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader Sunday said that   read more>>
Dhaka to get 4 more new passport offices soon
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal Sunday said four more passport   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Internet to be career driver by 2020: survey
Majority of Bangladeshi youths think digital technology, especially mobile and   read more>>
Bumper ginger production likely in Rangpur region
RANGPUR, Sept 25: The agriculture officials are expecting a bumper   read more>>
California dreaminí for Chinese investors in US
LOS ANGELES, Sept 25: From real estate, to high-tech firms   read more>>

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SPORTS
India declare to set New Zealand 434
KANPUR, Sept 25: New Zealand will need to complete the   read more>>
Pakistan clinch T20 Series against WI
DUBAI, Sept 25: Before this match, Pakistan had won 24   read more>>
Bayern keep winning run
BERLIN, Sept 25: Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich left it late   read more>>

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HOME
No existence of IS in Bangladesh, iterates Asaduzzaman
Our Correspondent SAVAR, Sept 25: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal   read more>>
Anti-liberation forces hatching new conspiracies
RANGPUR, Sept 25: Leaders of Jatiya Sramik League (JSL) at   read more>>
Political leaders pledge to work for peace
MOHADEVPUR, Sept 25: Local leaders of major political parties have   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Pakistan accuses Modi of 'well thought out vilification campaign'
ISLAMABAD, Sep 25: Pakistan today rejected Prime Minister Narendra Modi's   read more>>
Russian, Syrian jets bomb Aleppo camp
ALEPPO, Sep 25: Russian and Syrian forces bombed a strategic   read more>>
British PM rebuffed calls to play role in EU campaign
MANHATTAN, Sep 25: Prime Minister Theresa May repeatedly failed to   read more>>

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