Three-wheelers continue to ply on highways

Be alive to ground realities!

In a brazen display of disregard for government orders, three-wheelers continue to hog the highways to the discomfiture of heavier vehicles.

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KEPZ crisis sending wrong signals?

Calls for a fast-track amicable settlement

That the much-vaunted Korean Export Processing Zone (KEPZ) project has remained virtually stuck for the last 17 years is as unwarranted as it is instructive.

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Opinion

Dr Fahmida Khatun
Dr Fahmida Khatun

The fifty percent

Bangladeshi women are increasingly getting into high value professions.

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Mahfuz Kabir

THE AMERICAN ZEROS

Bridging the gap between Iran and the West would help soften Iran's present voice against Israel through a possible political and social transformation in favour of the West.

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Taj Hashmi

Erdogan's war and US myopia

The Obama Administration, which defied the hawkish opposition at home and abroad and signed the historic Nuclear Deal with Iran, seems to have condoned President Erdogan's military operation in Iraq.

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Rokonuzzaman

A SMART POLICY MOVE?

In such healthy, competitive market of specialised services, the provision of entry of mobile operators and strong interest of majority shareholders of the dominant mobile operator raise serious concerns.

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Mahmood Hasan
Mahmood Hasan

Turkey joins the US to fight ISIS

There has been a significant development in the war against IS. Turkey has joined the US-led coalition.

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Hans Blix

It's time to ban the bomb

The nuclear agreement between Iran, the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany, and the EU,

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Mozammel H. Khan

Why do our politicians consider themselves indispensable?

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned on July 6, saying he was told shortly after Greece's decisive referendum result that

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Letters

Speak out against mob killing!

This is in response to the editorial titled "Spike in mob killing"(July 27). The brutal murder of people accused of petty crimes has once again proved how law and order has almost ceased to exist in our society.

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Dhaka's dilapidated roads

Almost all the roads in Mirpur, Rajabazar, Indira Road, and Kalabagan area are in very bad shape.

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COMMENTS

Now around 64 thousand inhabitants of 162 enclaves inside Bangladesh and India will taste freedom after being stateless and in a state of deprivation and in limbo for 68 years!

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Ctg Jubo League man killed by rivals

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Letters to the Editor

Recently a flaperon - a moving part of the wing surface – from a Boeing 777 has been found on the French Indian Ocean island of La

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Why do our politicians consider themselves indispensable?

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned on July 6, saying he was told shortly after Greece's decisive referendum result that

OSCILLATING BETWEEN TWO WORLDS

After a prolonged stay in Dhaka, I am set to return “home.” Some readers may ask: “Where is home for you?” It's a pertinent question

For a credible electoral roll

Election Commission Bangladesh (ECB) has started updating electoral roll since July 25, 2015 which will continue up to February 10, 2016.

Resentful Kashmiris

Kashmir has changed beyond recognition. In less than five years when I visited Srinagar last, the valley has become visibly anti-India.

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