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FEATURE

Chinese-American expat family drama sparks Lucy Tan's promisinag debut novel

Chinese-American expat family drama sparks Lucy Tan's promisinag debut novel

This seemingly inconspicuous visit sparks generations of stories fraught with star-crossed romance,

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Ron Charles on new job (kind of) and new books (definitely)

Ron Charles on new job (kind of) and new books (definitely)

I returned from a two-week vacation to a redefined job here at The Washington Post: No more editing!

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'Hugely positive' impact of books on film, TV and theatre industries revealed

Film, TV and theatre adaptations of books attract more revenue,

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Op-ed

Bangladesh China good friends

After five months here, I have witnessed myself the vigor

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A step towards sustainable dairy production in Bangladesh

Dairy industry of Bangladesh is dominated by the local breed

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How can you condemn Trump but stay silent on British brutality?

Over the past few days, as condemnation has rained down

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EDITORIAL
What others say

Space for all

By launching the GSAT-9 ‘South Asia satellite’, India has reaffirmed

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Comments & Analyses-I

Why Macron won

By Becky Branford
Why Macron won

Emmanuel Macron has triggered a political earthquake in French politics. A year ago, he was a member

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Comments & Analyses-II

The Revelation

By Yousuf Mahbubul Islam, PhD

How are believers looked upon? Are they fools? Believers generally

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LETTERS TO EDITORIAL

Homestead gardening

Expanded cultivation of vegetables on homesteads has changed lives of

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Front Page

PM seeks people's coop at next polls

Alerts all about any plot to snatch peace regime

News Desk Seeking people's support at the next polls, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Thursday alerted the countrymen so that no unholy forces could destroy the prevailing peace and happiness in people's life. In her valedictory speech in parliament, at its fag-end as the next election is close by, she reminded people about the arson and bomb attacks in the past and sought their support for building the 'Sonar Bangla' dreamt of by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The prime minister hoped all parties would participate in election this time around. "People are living in peace and happiness. We have to remain careful so that no evil force can snatch the peace and happiness," she said in her...  read more>>

London rocks with anti-Trump demo

He assails NATO values, Germany

LONDON, July 12: US President Donald Trump has arrived in  read more>>

Ensure next city polls are unquestionable

CEC asks agencies, hopes BNP participation in JS election

News Report The Election Commission Thursday armed the agencies concerned  read more>>

FF quota reform not possible: PM

Quota leader Suhel held

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has ruled out abolishing the quota  read more>>

Conviction quashment

HC begins hearing on Khaleda's plea

Bail extends until July 19

News Desk The High Court began Thursday hearing on Khaleda  read more>>

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BACK PAGE
Dhaka, KL to sign defence deal
Visiting Malaysian Defence Minister Mohamad Bin Sabu on Thursday said   read more>>
Indian envoy meets PM, talks bilateral issues
Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Harsh Vardhan Shringla met Prime   read more>>
Rajnath due today
Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh arrives here today (Friday) on   read more>>

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METROPOLIS
‘No complication over Hajj flights’
Acting Secretary of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism   read more>>
New trust fund established at DU
News Report A new trust fund titled, 'Scientist Maqsudul Alam   read more>>
2.25 crore children to be fed capsules
News Report The National Vitamin-A Plus campaign will be held   read more>>

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BUSINESS
China plays nice with foreign investors as trade war heats up
Business Desk BEIJING, July 12: Long accused of protectionist tactics   read more>>
Libya resumes oil exports from key eastern ports
TRIPOLI, July 12: Libya is resuming oil exports from its   read more>>
World oil supply risks being ‘stretched to limit’: IEA
PARIS, July 12: Rising global oil supply, driven by crude   read more>>

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SPORTS
Croatia must draw on reserves for final
Croatia must draw on reserves for finalIt was no surprise that Croatia cavorted on the pitch in celebration with fans and family long after   read more>>
Croatia were lions, says Mandzukic
Croatia played like lions to beat England and reach the   read more>>
Tactical switch transforms Croatia from zero to hero
Croatia ruthlessly exposed England's limitations in the second half of   read more>>

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HOME
Rajshahi mangoes make inroad into Europe's chain shops
News Desk RAJSHAHI, July 12: Chemical-free mangoes produced in the   read more>>
Five get life for double murder
NETRAKONA, July 12: A court here on Thursday sentenced five   read more>>
Contestants pass busy time in RCC electioneering
RAJSHAHI, July 12: Candidates for both mayoral and ward councilors   read more>>

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INTERNATIONAL
NATO holds emergency session as Trump presses on spending
Brussels, Jul 12: President Donald Trump's demands that NATO member   read more>>
Putin to meet Israeli PM, Iranian official in Moscow
Moscow, July 11: The Israeli prime minister and a senior   read more>>
Chinese state councilor holds talks with foreign ministers of Arab states
BEIJING, July 12: Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang   read more>>

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