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The central bank will continue to follow its restrained monetary policy in the second half of the fiscal year in a bid to contain inflation and move to a higher growth path amid ...
Free-scoring Australia will seek continental glory in the Asian Cup final on Saturday but South Korea could gatecrash the party in a hugely anticipated decider between two of t ...
The month-long Amar Ekuhsey Book Fair will begin on the first day of February. Ahead of the largest book fair in the country, publishers, organisers and authors are busy with l ...
“I believe Subhas is still alive and bidding his time somewhere”. This is what Mahatma Gandhi said in 1946, though already the Japanese government on A ...
A solo painting exhibition of Kazi Rakib, an artist who is perhaps best known for his glass works. The exhibition reflects how he has stepped out of his comfort zone to cre ...
For as long as I've studied under an English medium curriculum, which is all my life, my friends and I have boasted about being Grammar Nazis. I wish I could say that all tha ...
The two actresses will be directed by the Spanish filmmaker, whose drama "Nobody Wants the Night" with Juliette Binoche is set to open the Berlinale on February 5. Fo ...
Confucius says, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work.” I am sure most of today's jobs didn't exist then. Neither was it so difficult to f ...
First impressions The OPPO Find 7 is a device that has the looks and on-paper specs to rival to the best in the market. How well does it run in real life? For starters it has a ...
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