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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

The tale of an unfinished life

| By and Anwar A Khan
Noted educationist Prof Dr. Khan Sarwar Murshid once said, "Disremembering is equivalent to perfidy." I was then a college student, but when I still close my eyes, I can
The tale of an unfinished life

The recognition of the real freedom fighters sought by Sujit Nag

| By and Dr. Shovan Das
He commanded in the minor operation successfully with the Commander of Dholghat, Md Karim. This freedom fighter motivated the mass people of the village to join the Liberation War
The recognition of the real freedom fighters sought by Sujit Nag

Sorting out capital's chaotic transport system

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Dhaka North City Corporation Mayor Annisul Huq has reiterated his plan to introduce a new bus service system in order to improve the public transport system in the capital.

Suicide car bombing in Kabul

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A suicide car bombing in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on last 24th July killed at least 35 people and wounded dozens, doubling earlier casualty estimates. Police said earlier that

Evolution of public administration and Bangladesh

| By and Dr. Md. Mozammel Haque Khan
Globalization and diversification of services in public sector have brought about striking changes in public administration in the twenty first century. As modern civilization is expanding problems are
Evolution of public administration and Bangladesh

Attacking Muslims is un-American

| By and Khizr Khan
Dozens of events organized under the banner "March Against Sharia" were held across America last month. Organizers said that the effort was not anti-Muslim, but there can be

Education . . . yet a work in progress

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Education at the SSC and HSC levels continues to surprise us. If in the last few years it was the inordinately high number of students who managed to

A combative President Erdogan

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been revelling in his ability to beat back opposition to his rule. In the year that has gone by since an attempted

Overseas investment for nat’l development

| By and M S Siddiqui
Globalization is integration of the economy with the rest of the world. It is a two-way process for ensuring equal of opportunity for all at home and abroad

Qatar crisis calls for peaceful solution soon

| By and Masum Billah
Middle East is the fertile breeding ground of global politics hatched by the West. Middle East countries hold the richest share of natural oil that has given them

Police brutality must be checked, firmly

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The young student Siddiqur Rahman may very well lose sight in both his eyes. In fact, he may already have gone blind after the ferocity with which the

Let's have good medical facilities here

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Ganashasthya founder and leading pro-BNP professionals' voice Zafrullah Chowdhury has raised an interesting point. He has asked why the Hefazat-e-Islam's Moulana Shafi had to travel to India for

Fostering Arab entrepreneurship

| By and Philippe Le Houérou
Across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), technology hubs are emerging. Whether it's in the Beirut Digital District or the GrEEk campus in Cairo, some of the
Fostering Arab entrepreneurship

Our light in the deep dark

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There was integrity about him. There was in him the committed soul of a socialist. In him lived and breathed a leader in the real sense of the
Our light in the deep dark

The damage sycophants cause for their leaders

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We welcome the decision by the ruling Awami League to suspend its Barisal unit leader Obaidullah Saju over his indiscretion in relation to the arrest of a civil

Dysfunction in the White House

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The resignation of Sean Spicer from the position of White House press secretary is formally a sign of the dysfunction which today characterizes the Trump administration in Washington.

Let's combat the looming threat

| By and Bayjid Rayhan
The world climate is changing at an alarming rate with the high emission of greenhouse gases. As a result, global warming has turned into a major problem for the
Let's combat the looming threat

Terrorism in Bangladesh in the guise of politics

| By and Tahseen Ali
The western media and several otherwise well-intentioned nongovernmental organizations routinely criticize Bangladesh for taking actions against leaders of the country's main opposition party, the Bangladesh Nationalist Party, or BNP.
Terrorism in Bangladesh in  the guise of politics

Importance of technical education

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There are few who would deny that technical and vocational education can contribute immensely to eradicating unemployment and fostering economic uplift. Besides entering the traditional job market, technically skilled

Baggage handling at Shahjalal airport

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Conditions at Hazrat Shahjalal airport have certainly improved over the years. Compared to past years, the degree of harassment passengers and their families were subjected to have been reduced

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