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When violence hits home: Death of Bangladeshi youth in America

The police killings of Win Rozario and Sayed Faisal, Bangladeshi American youth, have put the role of law enforcers under great scrutiny.

Analysis / Price cuts will lift US vibes only so much

Since 2019, the 25 percent of American workers with the lowest wages have been paid 5.4 percent more a year on average, compared with 3.8 percent raises for the country’s top 25 percent of earners

When will the US gain ‘independence’ from Israel?

Authorities in the US are eroding long-established principles and values in order to support Israel’s apartheid rule.

‘Kajol Rekha’ to be released in the US and Canada tomorrow

The “Monpura” famed director Gias Uddin Selim, released his latest film “Kajol Rekha” about six weeks ago. The film continues to be shown in various theatres across the country while garnering positive reviews from the audience.

US sanctions test China's 'no limits' friendship with Russia

China's trade with Russia has hit record highs in recent years, drawing accusations that it is helping buoy its longtime ally's economy, with President Vladimir Putin due to visit Beijing in May.

BGMEA again seeks duty-free garment exports to US market

At the meeting, the BGMEA also urged the USTR to put pressure on US clothing retailers and brands to increase the per unit price paid for garment items sourced from Bangladesh.

US consumer inflation up unexpectedly in February

The consumer price index (CPI) came in at 3.2 percent last month

Red Sea Geopolitics / The colour of war?

Today’s Red Sea skirmishes raise multifaceted concerns, which range from the war in Gaza widening and awakening old wounds, to geopolitical frontlines being rewritten by shifting chokepoints.

US bans former Guatemala president from entry for 'corruption'

Giammattei has been accused of propping up the attorney general who spearheaded a judicial campaign against the country's new, anti-graft president, Bernardo Arevalo.

June 16, 2024
June 16, 2024

When violence hits home: Death of Bangladeshi youth in America

The police killings of Win Rozario and Sayed Faisal, Bangladeshi American youth, have put the role of law enforcers under great scrutiny.

June 11, 2024
June 11, 2024

Price cuts will lift US vibes only so much

Since 2019, the 25 percent of American workers with the lowest wages have been paid 5.4 percent more a year on average, compared with 3.8 percent raises for the country’s top 25 percent of earners

June 9, 2024
June 9, 2024

When will the US gain ‘independence’ from Israel?

Authorities in the US are eroding long-established principles and values in order to support Israel’s apartheid rule.

May 30, 2024
May 30, 2024

‘Kajol Rekha’ to be released in the US and Canada tomorrow

The “Monpura” famed director Gias Uddin Selim, released his latest film “Kajol Rekha” about six weeks ago. The film continues to be shown in various theatres across the country while garnering positive reviews from the audience.

May 13, 2024
May 13, 2024

US sanctions test China's 'no limits' friendship with Russia

China's trade with Russia has hit record highs in recent years, drawing accusations that it is helping buoy its longtime ally's economy, with President Vladimir Putin due to visit Beijing in May.

April 23, 2024
April 23, 2024

BGMEA again seeks duty-free garment exports to US market

At the meeting, the BGMEA also urged the USTR to put pressure on US clothing retailers and brands to increase the per unit price paid for garment items sourced from Bangladesh.

March 13, 2024
March 13, 2024

US consumer inflation up unexpectedly in February

The consumer price index (CPI) came in at 3.2 percent last month

February 13, 2024
February 13, 2024

The colour of war?

Today’s Red Sea skirmishes raise multifaceted concerns, which range from the war in Gaza widening and awakening old wounds, to geopolitical frontlines being rewritten by shifting chokepoints.

January 18, 2024
January 18, 2024

US bans former Guatemala president from entry for 'corruption'

Giammattei has been accused of propping up the attorney general who spearheaded a judicial campaign against the country's new, anti-graft president, Bernardo Arevalo.

January 9, 2024
January 9, 2024

The Great Game will continue

The absence of democratic behaviour is no longer hidden under the carpet.

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