• 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
  • This composite of image grabs from footage uploaded on YouTube on March 21, 2012 allegedly shows the bombing of a Syrian goverment forces armoured personnel carrier by a rebel group in the Khalidiya district of the restive city of Homs in central Syria. — AFP photo

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Tigers need to build on Asia Cup success

ON THURSDAY, the Bangladesh national cricket team came agonisingly close to presenting the country with another rich accolade — that of becoming Asian champions — as they fell only two runs short of the target set by... Full story

Rhetoric alone not enough to protect environment

THE assertion of the industries minister on Thursday that effluent treatment plant is going to be made mandatory for all industrial factories is indeed well-intentioned but not quite assuring. Full story

A prelude to a gathering storm in Middle East?

This composite of image grabs from footage uploaded on YouTube on March 21, 2012 allegedly shows the bombing of a 
Syrian goverment forces armoured personnel carrier by a rebel group in the Khalidiya district of the restive city of Homs in 
central Syria. — AFP photo
NEWS on Syria is being disseminated in a charged style. A news tilted as part of disinformation signifies preparation for deeper and more forceful involvement by external actors in the Middle Eastern country. Full story


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