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FEATURE

Coughlin goes back to Clyde

Coughlin goes  back to Clyde

A long-held wish to return to Central Otago has come true for high profile Dunedin chef Michael Co

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Looks good,tastes better

Looks good,tastes  better

If you've never tried quinoa before, this is a great way to start. It's important to thoro

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Morning Magpie's pear and ginger cake

Sauce 50g butter ½ cup brown sugar 2 Tbsp golden

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Op-ed

Measles is on the rise, but people appear ignorant

By Ellie Mae O'Hagan
Measles is on the rise,  but people appear  ignorant

After reading the news that cases of measles have soared by 50% in the last year, I recalled the f

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Stress points of democracy

By M. K. Narayanan

These are difficult, as also unsettling, times. It is not

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Climate change is the deadliest legacy we will leave the young

By John Lanchester

Property prices, pensions and austerity will pale into insignificance compared

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Chemical inferno again in city

It was a blazing inferno at the overcrowded Chawkbazar market

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What Other Say

Break down

There is a difference between the judgment of the people

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Comments & Analyses-!

The endgame of Brexit approaching

By David Howell

As Britain struggles through the Brexit maze it has now

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Silenced by salinity

Salinity is taking a heavy toll on our food production

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Fornt Page

Repeat of chemical inferno in crammed old Dhaka

Toll declared 67: 21 burnt beyond recognition, 46 bodies buried

Toll declared 67: 21 burnt beyond recognition, 46 bodies buried

News Special Wails over fresh fire carnage in old Dhaka, while the nation was mourning language martyrs nearby at the Central Shaheed Minar, demonstrated a lacking in remedying a similar chemical inferno in 2010. "It's a repeat of the Nimtoli chemical carnage," some fire experts and firemen said just as when the blaze was just burning down cars, warehouses of chemical products and homes juxtaposed on Wednesday night. A grim...  read more>>

PM orders chemicals out of old Dhaka

News Report Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has instructed the authorities  read more>>

BNP deserves such defeat: Hasina

Nomination trade, leadership disarrray, corruption did disservice, she says

News Desk Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina justified BNP's electoral nemesis  read more>>

JOF stages public hearing on election 'irregularities'

Projecting wrongs, recording complaints objective alongside court cases: Dr Kamal

News Desk Jatiya Oikya Front convener Dr Kamal Hossain on  read more>>

India, Korea ink 7 pacts to bolster ties

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BACK PAGE
Write verdicts in Bangla
Write verdicts in BanglaPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday urged the higher court judges to write verdicts in Bangla s   read more>>
Recruit teachers on merit basis, UGC Chairman
Chairman of University Grants Commission (UGC) Professor Abdul Mannan on   read more>>
BNP's anti-govt propaganda over city fire unacceptable: Hasan
News Report Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud Friday said BNP's   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Sea level rise hits Bangladesh islanders hard
It came as a major setback with nightmarish experience to   read more>>
Int'l Mother Language Day observed abroad
News Desk 'Shaheed Dibosh' and the 'International Mother Language Day-2019'   read more>>
KAMPS conducts free medical camp
News Report At least 3000 poor patients received free health   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Crunch time as high-level US-China trade talks resume
Crunch time as high-level  US-China trade talks resumeWASHINGTON, Feb 22: With only eight days left in their trade truce, top US and Chinese officials on   read more>>
Oil prices firm on trade hopes
LONDON, Feb 22: Oil prices were firm on Friday, supported   read more>>
Son of dusty I. Coast town is King of Kong
KONG (Côte d’Ivoire), Feb 22 : “Kong. Visit the mosque,” suggests   read more>>

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SPORTS
Tigers now preparing for the toughest part
Sports Desk After being whitewashed in the three-match one-day international   read more>>
Nurul happy a 20-run if it helps his team
Nurul Hasan Shohan, a 25-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman, believes a 20-run innings   read more>>
Lanka strike back with quick wkts
Just when it seemed like South Africa were strengthening their   read more>>

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HOME
Solar-powered hybrid boat in Bangladesh soon
News Desk CHATTOGRAM, Feb 22: 'Sunflower', a solar-powered hybrid boat,   read more>>
Int’l Mother Language Day observed in Gaibandha
Our Correspondent GAIBANDHA, Feb 22: International Mother Language Day-2019 and   read more>>
Samsung door-to-door customer service starts in Sylhet, Barishal
News Desk As part of Samsung Bangladesh's commitment to provide   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Respond 'decisively' to any 'aggression' by India
Islamabad, Feb 22:Pakistan's top security body on Thursday said the   read more>>
Beijing, Riyadh sign $10-b oil deal
BEIJING, Feb 22: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met   read more>>
India, KSA take bilateral relationship to new heights
India, KSA take bilateral relationship to new heightsNEW DELHI: India and Saudi Arabia have taken their bilateral relationship to new heights with a deci   read more>>

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