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  • Golam Mortoza

  • How long shall we go on to blame the victims?

    Incidents leave such a devastating impact on us that it halts the normal process of thinking.
  • New strain, new worry

    The RT-PCR tests done to diagnose coronavirus infections in Bangladesh are not likely to detect the new strain identified in the UK. On top of that, no one can say for sure if the new variant is similar to the ones found here in Bangladesh.
  • Govt retreated from stance, zealots didn’t

    Rashed Khan Menon is an important figure in Bangladesh’s political history. He was at the frontlines during the mass upsurge in 1969 and the Liberation War in 1971. Currently,
  • Govt retreated from stance, zealots didn’t: Menon

    Rashed Khan Menon, an important figure in Bangladesh’s political history who was at the frontlines during the mass upsurge in 1969 and the Liberation War in 1971 and currently the president of the Workers Party of Bangladesh, recently talked with The Daily Star about the present political situation in the country.
  • President of the Poor

    He is the “president of the people”, more precisely the “president of the poor people”.
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