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FEATURE

Britain's bullied universities should be speaking truth to power

Britain's bullied  universities should  be speaking truth  to power

I can't say that I'm a regular reader of New Zealand's Education Act, but when I heard t

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Students need PSHE guidance but I'm not equipped to give it

Students need PSHE guidance but I'm not equipped to give it

In my past role as a form tutor, PSHE (personal, social, health and economic) teaching was not my pa

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How Suraiya penned success with her feet

A girl with severe physical disability named Suraiya Zahan of

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Op-ed

Denuclearisation means the US, too

Denuclearisation means the US, too

There are two types of foreign policy: one based on the principle "might makes right," and o

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Dispatches from capitalist war on society

Dispatches from capitalist war on society

Giuseppe Milo AS THE capitalist elite continues to pour ever more resources into its crusade to dis

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US decision on Iran unlikely to affect North Korea talks

Donald Trump is trying to kill two birds with one

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Tragedy of Satkania stampede

Eleven women were killed and around twenty-five injured in a

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What others say

Where is the money

Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, India,

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Comments & Analyses-I

China’s Muslim face Orwellian nightmare

By Peter Apps
China’s Muslim face Orwellian nightmare

In China’s northwest Xinjiang province, the predominantly Muslim Uighur minority have nowhere to h

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Private universities outside Dhaka

The government should form a taskforce that will examine shifting

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Front Page

SC confirms Khaleda bail

She stays in jail getting entangled in other pending cases

News Report Former prime minister and BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia Wednesday got her bail confirmed by the apex court in a graft case, but she couldn't walk to freedom. She is entangled in some other cases pending with lower courts, and hence stays behind bars, state attorneys said. "We're fighting a legal battle and Khaleda Zia will be freed soon," said one of her lawyers Joynul Abedin, who is also president of the Supreme Court Bar Association. The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, in its order passed following exhaustive hearings, upheld the High Court order that had granted bail to the ex-PM in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case. A four-member bench of the Appellate Division, led by Chief...  read more>>

Be humane to humans

PM tells police at Sardah parade, praises their anti-militant feat

Be humane to humansSARDA (Rajshahi), May 16: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday asked the  read more>>

Switching to green economy

WB lends BD $110m to fund enterprises

News Report The World Bank will provide Bangladesh US$110 million  read more>>

US embassy in Jerusalem

UNSC proceeds on Israeli atrocities

UNITED NATIONS, May 15: The UN Security Council on Tuesday  read more>>

Aftermath of KCC polls

BNP rejects results, seeks EC rejig

News Desk Alleging 'unprecedented vote rigging', opposition BNP Wednesday rejected  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Kitchen market heats up ahead of Ramadan
Despite the government's assurance of keeping the market stable during   read more>>
Hasina's Homecoming Day today
The 38th Homecoming Day of Awami League President and Prime   read more>>
Voters will shun BNP in next election: Quader
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader has said voters will   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
Increasing bilateral relations with UAE, Afghanistan stressed
Increasing bilateral relations with UAE, Afghanistan stressedNews Report Ambassadors designate of United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Afghanistan to Bangladesh separ   read more>>
14pc adult population victims of hypertension in country
News Report The country will observe the World Hypertension Day   read more>>
Saima for incorporating mental healthcare in plan
Chairperson of the National Advisory Committee on Autism Saima Wazed   read more>>

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BUSINESS
Plan to bring more rural people under banking network
Plan to bring more rural people under banking networkNews Report Finance Secretary Md Eunusur Rahman emphasised expanding agent banking in the rural   read more>>
Marcel brings 50 plus models fridges during Ramadan Customers are offered tour to America, Russia
Marcel brings 50 plus models  fridges during Ramadan Customers are offered tour to America, RussiaNews Report The local electronics and electrical appliances manufacturer ‘Marcel’ is now manu   read more>>
Asian markets fall, dollar rises as US rate fears return
HONG KONG, May 16: Asian markets mostly fell with Wall   read more>>

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SPORTS
'Bangladesh cricket keep its head high': Greenidge
'Bangladesh cricket keep its head high': GreenidgeGordon Greenidge, the West Indies great who was one of Bangladesh's earliest foreign coaches in   read more>>
Tigers to face WI in Florida
Bangladesh will play two Twenty20 Internationals against the West Indies   read more>>
Abahani trailing by 0-2 against Bengaluru
Dhaka Abahani Limited were trailing by 0-2 goal against visiting   read more>>

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HOME
Inbreed seeds boosting underscored
News Desk RAJSHAHI, May 16: Agriculturists at a participatory discussion   read more>>
37 held in special drives in 2 dists
News Desk Law enforcers, in special drives, arrested 37 people   read more>>
Effective irrigation needed to cut water misuse
NAOGAON, May 16: More efficiency in irrigation has become an   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
Kim threatens boycott of summit with Trump
Seoul, May 16: North Korea on Wednesday threatened to scrap   read more>>
EU warns of surge in asylum seekers from Turkey
BRUSSELS, May 16: The EU warned Wednesday that asylum seeker   read more>>
Modi party accused as key Indian state sees tense govt talks
NEW DELHI, May 16: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party   read more>>

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