• Tigers need to build on Asia Cup success
  • Fight for rule of law
  • Iran and the IAEA
  • Purnima wins national award
  • EU slaps sanctions on Assad’s wife
  • No cemetery, crematorium for city Christians, Buddhists
  • Tigers win million hearts
  • BB board may approve new banks on Mar 27
  • People start paying for ‘wrong’ govt policy
  • Man killed in land clash in Kurigram
  • Rhetoric alone not enough to protect environment
  • Affordable drugs
  • Attorney general represents World Bank in High Court
  • Razzak directs play on Independence War
  • Afghan relatives demand local trial for US shooter
  • Govt plans tourism univ
  • Little respite as Dhaka Premier League looms
  • Prices of chicken, egg remain high in capital
  • Industrialists fear hampered production
  • Local printers to observe work abstention on March 27
  • A prelude to a gathering storm in Middle East?
  • Courier services need to seek fresh licences in 3 months
  • RAJUK violates DAP
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Fight for rule of law

IT IS a good sign that the people have started to assert themselves in the face of mediaeval mentality of a few ruling party cadres. Imran Hossain, an employee of Nur Optics of Patuatuli who resisted ruling party ... Full story

Affordable drugs

The drug policy of the government in the 1980s gave a boost to the local pharmaceutical industry. It is said that the annual turnover of the industry was over Tk 50,000 million in the last fiscal year. Full story

There is no civilised way to fight war

I AM writing with reference to ‘Murder not an anomaly in war’ by Chris Hedges (March 21). Anyone visiting Japan today is likely to wonder: How could these smiling, bowing courteous, gentle people... Full story


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