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‘Will Obama’s wars come back to bite him’

THIS refers to ‘Will Obama’s wars come back to bite him’ by Andrew Levine (New Age. March 16). In his highly contrived article, Andrew Levine misses the real picture when he says: Full story

Protect the consumers

Believe it or not, on retail markets in the capital Dhaka, one farm egg is selling for Tk 10. It is unprecedented in the country. Only less than a dozen one-day chick breeders are mainly responsible for such sky-high prices. Full story


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