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    I would like to thank Star Weekend for publishing a story on the dire situation of our national museum. The country is progressing at a decent rate.

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    Finally, the hunger strike of non-MPO teachers has come to an end following the assurances of the Prime Minister.

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    Finally, the hunger strike of non-MPO teachers has come to an end following the assurances of the Prime Minister.

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    The editor's note of the Star Weekend issue of January 5 was a wonderful piece of writing to wrap up the news that has gone by last year. The past year has left many indelible impressions for us to ponder and we all have to do a little soul-searching in order to face the year ahead.

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    Question paper leaks were a regular trend in the past and it has become of great concern at present in our country. Earlier, the leaks were mainly of SSC, HSC and BCS exam questions.

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    As a reader of the above-titled article in Star Weekend on December 15, 2017, it is disturbing that there is no authentic and factual history of our nation. A period of 46 years has gone by and we are yet to establish a non-debatable history, because of the change in regimes and party politics.

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    Tomorrow, we are going to celebrate the 47th glorious Victory Day of Bangladesh. On this day in 1971, our country achieved independence after a nine-month long war against the Pakistani military forces.

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    Thanks to Star Weekend for revealing the deplorable scenario of zoos at the district level in its last issue of December 1, under the title "Death camps for wildlife". The article was thought-provoking as it made me think of the importance

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    The fallout since Tazreen shows us that nothing really has changed in the garments industry. As the accounts of the Tazreen workers illustrate, they are left alone to pick up the pieces.

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    This is a very valid question asked by Star Weekend in its article published on November 17, 2017. Although Bangladesh's two main political parties are led by women, male dominance in the political arena is quite prominent.

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