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A poignant pointer to Rajuk failure

THE fact that several hundred land development and housing projects continue to take over acres of low-lying flood zone and farmland around the capital Dhaka, as mentioned in a report front-paged in New Age on Sunday, provides a poignant pointer on the inability of the city development authorities Full story

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The call made by health experts at a roundtable, regarding amendment to the Bangladesh Organ Transplantation Act 1999, in the capital on Saturday, to make the law ‘more flexible’ in a bid to solve the donor crisis in kidney transplantation, indeed deserves attention of the authorities concerned. Full story

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Intermittent resistance

People attend a demonstration against austerity cuts organised by Unions in Bilbao, on February 29, on the eve of a European summit to tighten European Union budget discipline. Similar protests were organised across Europe for the first time on 
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THE Sun Also Rises and all fiestas don’t go unchallenged, and minorities’ interests stand opposed to majorities’ in society, and resistance grows in Spain. Labour is resisting ruling elites’ push to take away labour rights in the name of austerity. A million marched in at least 57 cities across Spain on February Full story


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