Dhaka, Bangladesh

BBQ Feast at Panash

BBQ Feast at Panash

Four Points by Sheraton Dhaka is going to start the Pool Side BBQ at its signature restaurant "P

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Beetroot medley, vegetarian croquettes and palm heart salad

Beetroot medley,  vegetarian croquettes and palm heart salad

The beetroot harvest Chef Alla Wolf-Tasker of Daylesford restaurant Lake House The property where

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Cornersmiths recipes for preserving tomatoes, zucchini and mango

(From previous issue) We prefer to keep these pickles in

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The turnover test in Pakistan

By S. Akbar Zaidi

The country's democ-ratic transition faces multiple challenges, real as well

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Whose Catalonia coup is it anyway?

By Melissa Rossi

For the hundreds of thousands of marchers thronging the palace-lined

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New ideas need old buildings

By Low Jeng-tek

The Committee on the Future Economy has issued a clarion

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There’s none to protect trees

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Hariri a pawn in proxy war?

Writes David Ignatius
Hariri a pawn in proxy war?

Former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri is being held by Saudi authorities under what Lebanese so

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Unique problem of graying Korea

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Fornt Page

Dhaka wants louder voice for Rohingya return

ASEM FM meet in Myanmar Nov 20

Ahead of ASEM Foreign Ministers' Meeting in Myanmar, Bangladesh wants to make the best use of high-level visits from a number of countries, including China and Japan, to mount pressure on Myanmar and expedite talks for sending back Rohingyas to their homeland, reports UNB. Bangladesh is also expecting louder voice from the international community at the meeting to be held at Myanmar capital on November 20-21and greater pressure on Myanmar to resolve the Rohingya crisis, Foreign Ministry sources here said. The visits of the Foreign Ministers of China, Japan, Germany, Sweden and the European Union High Representative are taking place just after a key UN committee has overwhelmingly approved a resolution calling on Myanmar's authorities to end military operations against...  read more>>

Safe water supply to city tougher

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End attacks against Rohingyas: UN

OIC urges Myanmar for refugee return

UN member-states on Thursday urged Myanmar authorities to end a  read more>>

China FM due this weekend

China FM due this weekendChinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit Myanmar and Bangladesh this weekend,  read more>>

AL citizen gathering not counter rally of BNP: Quader

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