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14:57, Dec 07, 2019
Personalities outweigh issues at NATO's testy birthday summit
The celebration of NATO's birthday began with Donald Trump branding his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron "nasty" and ended with the US president...
15:40, Dec 06, 2019
US diesel demand drops as manufacturers struggle
US diesel consumption is declining as manufacturing output shrinks and the volume of freight falls, intensifying downward pressure on oil prices...
13:17, Dec 05, 2019
Our glorious month of December and now
For most Bangladeshis Bangabandhu and the month of December are their symbols of identity and joy. Come December, there is an outpouring of respect...
17:41, Dec 04, 2019
Cyber attacks: More action please
Md Sharif Hasan
Cyber-attacks have now become one of the biggest concerns for governments and companies around the globe. Last year alone, there has been an 11%...
16:09, Dec 03, 2019
Dhaka’s worsening public transport system
Dhaka is probably one of the very few megacities in the world without any properly planned design or guideline for the operation or expansion of...
15:58, Dec 02, 2019
Africa: Walking a new line?
It was a beautiful summer day in 1963. His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, the last of the Monarchs in Africa, was waiting patiently at the...
16:48, Dec 01, 2019
Our December chronicles
Syed Badrul Ahsan
December has a resonance in the history of the Bengali nation. There is a poignancy which underpins it. There is a mix of poetry and politics which...
13:17, Nov 30, 2019
A costly investment
It took little Gambia and sixty-four other countries to seek international justice for the Rohingyas currently sheltered in Bangladesh. The country...
17:25, Nov 28, 2019
Judgment on Holey Artisan case: Bangladesh advances another step forward
A special court of Bangladesh gave a historical verdict on Nov 27 that helps Bangladesh take another step forward. It was the case of terrorist...
16:45, Nov 28, 2019
Do not budge to transport strikers
Unhappy about time extension of the new transport law’s implementation? No. However, any possible dilution of some of the important clauses...
16:19, Nov 28, 2019
In Trump era, Europeans want a very different foreign policy
As indicators of how America's allies now feel about Washington after three years of Donald Trump, there are a few statistics more stark than those...
17:56, Nov 27, 2019
Facebook helped fuel hate-campaign against Rohingyas
Here is how Facebook which dominates social media has failed the vulnerable communities, especially concerning the hate campaign and fake news...
16:49, Nov 26, 2019
Prince Andrew in a pickle!
Prince Andrew is in a jam! Well, that is saying it lightly. It seems that no one wants to be seen with Andrew anymore after his interview with the...
16:55, Nov 25, 2019
Glass Ceiling: An invisible barrier for the working women
Chowdhury Saima Ferdous
Glass ceiling is that invisible bar that prevents women from reaching the top of their career; while "Glass Cliff" is an obstacle women face after...
12:09, Nov 24, 2019
Pakistan’s history of hostage politics
Syed Badrul Ahsan
Pakistan’s former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has finally made it to London. Life for him has been quite a mess in the last few years, with...
12:54, Nov 23, 2019
Rajapaksa in: New era for Sri Lanka?
Md Sharif Hasan
To his supporters----mainly Sinhala Buddhists---- Gotbaya Rajapaksa is the president Sri Lanka needs. They believe, he can strengthen security...
16:55, Nov 22, 2019
In Hong Kong, worst may be yet to come
As protests in Hong Kong approach their sixth consecutive month, those in charge of the Chinese Communist Party in Beijing may be regretting they...
13:43, Nov 21, 2019
The unique “games” people play
The games some people play here are unique and ugly. These games are created here indigenously and only they and their likes can play. The games...
12:11, Nov 20, 2019
Global economy dodges recession by narrowest of margins
The global economy may have narrowly avoided a recession, with most industrial and financial indicators pointing to a slight improvement in...
16:46, Nov 18, 2019
Chinese Belt and Road Initiative: South Asian market
Qinzhou is the ancient point of Chinese Marine Silk Road. In this Qinzhou seaport, China has started the construction of the China-Malaysia Qinzhou...
Suu Kyi departs home for genocide hearings amid fanfare
DIG’s driver flexes muscle after hitting journo
Peloton 'wife' pops up in new advertisement
Three killed as bus collides with three-wheeler
35 killed in Delhi factory fire
President for coordinated work of Bench-Bar to fulfill people’s expectation
Democrats huddle to draft impeachment charges against Trump
UK's Johnson ahead but polls suggest majority might be tough
Refused land for school, authorities block road with wall
Hong Kong gears up for mass rally as government appeals for calm
One held over Rumpa murder
Two buses catch fire in Dhaka
Clash between AL factions at party's Ctg council
Diabetic patients on the rise
BNP's countrywide protests Sunday
DU to confer Bangabandhu with honorary doctorate
Inu calls to oust BNP, Jamaat from politics permanently
Migrants must be briefed on job contract before flying: Govt
New airplane economy seat makes easier to sleep
Curtain to rise on Bangabandhu BPL Sunday
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