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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Suchitra Sen ––– Thespian of beauty and grace

| By and Mahbubar Rahman
Gifted with a pair of lotus-eye in ethereally curved physical stature, she looked like a goddess of beauty and grace. Born neither in the Olympus Mountain---the home of Greek
Suchitra Sen –––  Thespian of beauty and grace

A joyful surprise

| By and K. G. Mostafa
UNDERSTANDING OF TRUTHKnow yourself scientifically and spiritually.Man is not helpless victim of sin, disease and death.Man is the image and likeness of God, in whom all being, including man is

A joyful surprise

| By and K. G. Mostafa
For quite a long time I have been practicing Homoeopathy. As a practitioner I am well aware of my failures, nay of success. "Physician, heal thyself." This caution of
A joyful surprise

'Bangladesh has done very well in developing human resource'

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Former Indian Defence Secretary Shekhar Dutt recently visited The Asian Age office. He also held the post of Deputy National Security  Adviser to Indian government and was the governor
'Bangladesh has done very well in developing human resource'

Remembering Selim Al-Deen

| By and Syed Badrul Ahsan
In conversation with a journalist a few years before his death, Selim Al-Deen took positive pride in the way the farmers in his tales reached heights as sublime or
Remembering Selim Al-Deen

Marriage, politics and soothsayers

| By and Irfan Husain
Whatever people might think about Imran Khan's words and antics, nobody can deny that he brings a lot of color and macho swagger to politics. By making bizarre accusations
Marriage, politics and soothsayers

Bangladesh--A big jump from the roots of ruins

| By and Dr Jasim Uddin Ahmad
Bangladesh with its head held high emerged as an independent sovereign state thundering from the burns and ashes, destruction and demolition brutally wrought by the barbarous Pakistani occupation forces

The face of a people's politician

| By and Anwar A. Khan
"We recall the joy and excitement of a nation that had found itself, the collective relief that we had stepped out of our restrictive past, and the expectant air
The face of a people's politician

Netanyahu has begun feeling the heat

| By and Asad Abdul Rahman
It is ironical that following the adoption of the United Nations General Assembly resolution by a majority, rejecting any change to the status quo in occupied Jerusalem, Israel's Prime
Netanyahu has begun feeling the heat

"Democracy in Nepal is not immature or illusive"

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 After centuries of absolute monarchy and civil war, Nepal is set to form a democratic government. A coalition of two communist parties, the Unified Marxist Leninists (UML) and

Our world . . . without Justice K.M. Subhan

| By and Syed Badrul Ahsan
The laws of mortality keep taking our best men and women away from us. And we who watch them depart are left poorer by the vacuum generated by
Our world . . . without Justice K.M. Subhan

Bangabandhu takes over as Prime Minister

| By and Syed Badrul Ahsan
On this day in 1972, two days after his return from incarceration in Pakistan, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman formed a government for independent Bangladesh. Earlier, on the attainment
Bangabandhu takes over as Prime Minister

Why is Japan populist-free?

| By and Ian Buruma
Even as a wave of right-wing populism is sweeping Europe, the United States, India, and parts of Southeast Asia, Japan has so far appeared to be immune. There
Why is Japan populist-free?

Avro's innovator deserves Ekushey Padak

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This article portrays a slim young boy wearing spectacles with square frames. His head is full of hair but there are doubts whether he ever combs it. He
Avro's innovator deserves Ekushey Padak

The story of a legend

| By and Tamijuddin Ahmed
With around fifty eight thousand square miles, there lies a land in this world, a country which in the last century was predominantly ruled by British and Pakistani exploitation.
The story of a legend

Could Keppel have acted sooner in Petrobras bribery scandal?

| By and Vikram Khanna
It all began at a petrol station in Brazil's capital. In March 2014, the federal police in Brasilia were investigating what they thought was yet another routine case of
Could Keppel have acted sooner in  Petrobras bribery scandal?

The aureole of 10th January: The politico who made a new nation

| By and Anwar A. Khan
January 10 of 1972 was a historic day for people in Bangladesh, it will remain in its place with honor, and dignity till the civilization exists. On this gracious
The aureole of 10th January: The politico  who made a new nation

A sensible song about ministerial pomp and impunity

| By and Rafiq Hasan
While most of the fathers want their sons to become doctors, high-ranking officers, engineers, bankers there is one gentleman who does not have these ambitions about his son. Instead
A sensible song about ministerial pomp and impunity

Passwords will not protect our data now

| By and James Titcomb
For years, computer experts have given us a baffling list of things we have to do to ensure our most precious data is kept safe: Use passwords with numbers
Passwords will not protect our data now

A New Year joke?

| By and Nadeem Qadir
As we have stepped into 2018, it has been all about the next parliamentary elections, and what awaits the nation in the coming months as the ruling Awami League
A New Year joke?

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