Dhaka, Bangladesh
FEATURE

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Jackie Kennedy's 'bitterness against God' revealed in letters to Irish priest

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EU wants Turkey's explanation on smuggling of migrants in cargo ships

Turkish authorities urged to clarify how traffickers managed to take cargo ships carrying hundreds of migrants out of country

Hundreds of migrants fleeing Syria arrive at Corigliano harbour, Italy.

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Hitting the ground running-backwards

Unless Syriza changes course, Greece is inexorably heading out of the euro, writes Kabir Ahmed

WHEN the far-left Syriza party won the Greek election last

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Economics and politics should be kept far apart in proper governance

By Sujayendra Das

Introduction: Economics and politics should always be kept apart as

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EDITORIAL

People get poorer every year

Around 6.4 million or four percent people in Bangladesh get

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People get poorer every year

Around 6.4 million or four percent people in Bangladesh get

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OFF the TRACK

Orange glasses help sleep better?

Most evenings, before watching late-night comedy or reading emails on

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Fornt Page

Gold smuggling surging

Vigil equipment scanty at SIA

Gold smuggling surging

The country's three international airports have turned into easy transit routes for illegal gold consignments to India from the outside world as the airports lag behind in surveillance equipment, reports UNB. Though the customs intelligence and other agencies, including Airport Armed Police (AAP), have intensified their surveillance at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (HSIA), gold smugglers are managing to sneak out through a number of loopholes in the airport area. Apart from 12 gates of the airport, there are some small points through which smuggled gold consignments are going out from the airport with the help of several hundreds of employees...   read more>>

Khaleda begins poll campaign

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Pictorial

PictorialBNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia campaigning in Gulshan-2 area in the city for  read more>>

Electioneering hectic

As elections to Dhaka North and Dhaka South city corporations  read more>>

BNP demands deployment of army

The BNP has demanded the deployment of the army during  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
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Woman hacked to death
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METROPOLIS
65,000 natural disaster volunteers being prepared
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DU teachers condemn assault on women
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AGM of LKSS held
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BUSINESS
Power to the North pledge dangled ahead of UK vote
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India’s powerful farming lobby turns on Modi
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SPORTS
Djokovic to play Nadal in semis
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Holder negates Anderson's joy
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HOME
Edn becomes lively through participative learning
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Thwart anti-liberation forces to save independence
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Country earns self-sufficiency in food production
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INTERNATIONAL
Pope urges global response to Italy boat people crisis
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Lenin statues toppled in govt-held east Ukraine
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