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15:07, Nov 07, 2019
Baghdadi death marks the end of an era for 'war on terror'
The death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi this week will not mark the end of the Islamic state, nor US military efforts against Islamist militancy in the...
17:46, Nov 06, 2019
Rohingya repatriation and the position of China and India
Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar wrote a letter to the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh regarding Rohingya repatriation. He said that...
12:13, Nov 05, 2019
Achieving inclusive energy access at scale
Earlier this year, the official tracking report on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 7 demonstrated that we are still a long way from...
10:13, Nov 04, 2019
US refiners’ restraint cuts gasoline, diesel oversupply
US refiners have cut seasonal crude processing sharply since the start of the second quarter, averting a potential oversupply of gasoline and...
11:30, Nov 03, 2019
A November elegy
Syed Badrul Ahsan
The stream of history set in motion in Bangladesh after Liberation in December 1971 has been a tortuous and painful one. You need to sit back and...
16:07, Nov 02, 2019
Fragile food security
During the past few years locally grown onions were mostly sold at a premium price over the imported Indian variety. It was down to economies of...
22:06, Nov 01, 2019
Why are so many people protesting?
Md Sharif Hasan
Protests in different parts of the world appear to be growing. People around the globe are increasingly expressing discontent with their respective...
11:32, Nov 01, 2019
Global travel revolution challenges energy and climate targets
Travel and tourism is one of the world's largest and fastest-growing industries, and the number of leisure travellers globally is set to increase...
16:40, Oct 31, 2019
Bangladesh speaks no evil about illegal immigrants
Bangladesh authorities do not have any data on immigrants or migrants who have illegally entered or are staying after their stay permit or tourist...
16:18, Oct 30, 2019
Ethiopia: Africa’s real life Wakanda?
For those who are familiar with the delightful world of comics or have not missed the movies by the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Wakanda is the true...
17:20, Oct 29, 2019
Sajeeb Wazed’s “conspiracy” warning should be heeded
Bangladesh, in the grip of a very unusual situation over the crack-down on corruption, has been hit by incidents which appeared to be planned....
16:23, Oct 28, 2019
The lost importance of waterbodies in Dhaka
Dhaka, the capital of present day Bangladesh, is an almost 400 years old city, and has also been the ancient capital of Mughal Province of the then...
18:38, Oct 27, 2019
Clinton does Democrats no favour reviving Russia conspiracy talk
As a contender for the US presidency in 2016, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was besieged with opposition rumour and conspiracy...
15:50, Oct 27, 2019
Henry Kissinger: brilliant scholar, flawed diplomat
Syed Badrul Ahsan
Narendra Modi has lately become enamoured of Henry Kissinger. Reputation, for some men who have always been in the public eye, travels a good many...
14:49, Oct 24, 2019
Campus politics may lead to educational inequality
Md. Shamsul Islam
Having read the emotion-laden accounts of divided opinions on the primacy of student politics in our campuses, especially in the aftermath of BUET...
13:55, Oct 23, 2019
Clerics’ role to prevent religion based violence!
The Bhola incident is a reminder that despite talking of reason and propagating the importance of rational action, when it comes to the issue of...
23:31, Oct 22, 2019
Should one's conscience prick?
If there were questions related to the fairness of the last General Elections Rashed Khan Menon has set doubts to rest declaring that the last...
23:20, Oct 22, 2019
Religious interpretation of human rights and freedom of religion
To understand whether human rights and freedom of religion do have a religious origin it is necessary to briefly look at what is meant by human...
16:06, Oct 22, 2019
Global economy slows, recession risk hangs in the balance
Economic growth around the world has slowed to a crawl but (so far) there are few signs of the second-round effects on jobs, income and spending...
17:40, Oct 20, 2019
Of men, murder and mystery
Syed Badrul Ahsan
On 16 October 1951, Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan, chief lieutenant of Mohammad Ali Jinnah and Pakistan’s first prime minister, was assassinated as he...
HC bail for 23 BNP leaders in motorcycle arson cases
Boucher named South Africa head coach as England series looms
Corrupts sucking the lifeblood out of the country: HC
SC order on Destiny bosses bail on Tuesday
'Johnson cannot keep Scotland in UK against its will'
‘The nightingale has flown’
'Govt working to make armed forces well-trained'
Dhaka doesn’t want to strain ties with Delhi: Quader
Court accepts charge sheet against Samrat, Arman
HC to hear writ against inclusion of judge's son in SC Bar
Modi stumbles on steps
Jamaat had formed panel for apologising over 1971 role
List of Razakars to be published on Sunday
AL looks to further empower third gender
BNP awaits Khaleda’s instruction for next move
Suu Kyi's visit to Dutch parliament cancelled
List of of 10,789 Razakars released
Mahathir suggests could stay in office beyond 2020
Dengue case increases again in 24hrs
Dhaka metro police issues traffic advisory for Dec 16
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