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Quarter of England and N Ireland graduates in school-leaver jobs

Quarter of England and N Ireland graduates in school-leaver jobs

One in four graduates in England and Northern Ireland are working in jobs for which they are overqua

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The stories of 100 teachers coming to a theatre near you

The stories of 100 teachers coming to  a theatre near you

Kat is a bushy tailed newly qualified teacher raring to start imbuing the pupils of Hurstville Commu

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Op-ed

The public execution of Infowars is dangerous and counterproductive

In cutting off the rightwing media outlet without explanation, the

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‘EVMs have stood test of time in India’

An IAS officer of the 1971 batch, Dr Shahabuddin Yaqoob

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EDITORIAL
Editorial

Tame surge in road crashes

Road accidents continue to multiply on the roads and highways

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What others say

Foreign AID for India

THIS week was supposed to be a time for celebration

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Comments & Analyses-I

Alliance with the US

By Richard Solomon

The Japan-U.S. security alliance has been the cornerstone of Asia-Pacific

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Traffic system in a mess

The capital's messy traffic management system is left to be

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Front Page

Parliament won't sit after poll schedule

Quader says, rejects BNP plea for govt's pre-poll exit

News Desk Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Wednesday said the next parliament elections of the country will be held like the way they are held in other democratic countries. There is no scope for going beyond the constitution. Quader said one more session will be held after the current parliament session. "There will be no JS session after the declaration of poll schedule. The ministers will do only their routine works after the declaration of the election schedule and there will be no responsibility of the lawmakers," he added. Quader said Awami League will give a befitting reply along with the countrymen if BNP tries to create violence centring the upcoming national polls. He said, "We will...  read more>>

Quota protesters resume demo

Demand quota reform before BCS test

Demand quota reform before BCS testNews Desk Leaders and activists of Bangladesh General Students Rights Protection Council,  read more>>

DUCSU poll

DU VC among 3 sued for contempt

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Bail hearing again today

Khaleda abstains from attending jailhouse trial

Justifies stance in a letter

A special makeshift court in Old Dhaka Central Jail adjourned  read more>>

Bangabandhu murder

Hunt for other masterminds

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday told Parliament that the  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
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METROPOLIS
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JS body for reviewing wind power potential
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Automated shipping management system launched
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BUSINESS
Invest prudently in share market
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A Hungarian passion returns
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Price fall in large-caps drives stocks down
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SPORTS
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Mahmudullah, Bangladesh's experienced batsman, said that they need to adapt   read more>>
Brazil thrash Salvador 5-0
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River erosion takes a serious turn in Dimla
News Desk NILPHAMARI, Sept 12: River erosion has taken a   read more>>
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BR west zone implementing level crossing project
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INTERNATIONAL
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Lula steps aside, sets comrade in poll race
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