• Railway minister cannot shirk moral responsibility
  • Israeli experts back Bibi’s bluff
  • Afghan endgame has Pakistan shuddering
  • Dhaka Art Summit inaugurated
  • Sudan warplanes launch first attack on S Sudan town
  • Banks lag behind in farm loan disbursement target
  • Abahani to play if demands met
  • Govt to get $987m IMF loan on tough conditions
  • Major quake to bring catastrophe in Dhaka
  • Farmers in Jessore, Bagerhat face crop failure
  • Rajuk creates ground for an unnecessary controversy
  • Bangladesh-Turkey ties: a close look
  • Mixed albums dominate Pahela Baishakh celebrations
  • 24 killed as bus, truck collide in China
  • Stocks soar on IMF loan release
  • Victoria want BCB to ensure Sakib, Tamim for rematch, if any
  • Suranjit draws allies’ fire
  • Remote control bomb disposal robot to be used
  • AL asks North City units to make list of councillor aspirants
  • War party is alive, kicking
  • Suranjit terms money seizure episode a plot
  • EC indifferent as most candidates breach electoral code
  • Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln transits through the Arabian Sea on April 5. The United States is keeping the pressure on Iran with the presence of two aircraft carriers close to the Gulf region ahead of the resumption of nuclear talks with Tehran this week. — AFP photo

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Railway minister cannot shirk moral responsibility

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Rajuk creates ground for an unnecessary controversy

RAJDHANI Unnayan Kartripakkha, it seems, cannot stay above and... Full story

War party is alive, kicking

Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln transits through the Arabian Sea on April 5. The United States is keeping the pressure on Iran with the presence of two aircraft carriers close to the Gulf region ahead of the resumption of nuclear talks with Tehran this week. — AFP photo
IN HER newly-released book Drift, Rachel Maddow of the MSNBC argues that the American nation has drifted away from its founding ideals and has become a nation weirdly at peace with perpetual war, with all the financial and human costs that entails. To understand how we have arrived at such a dangerous... Full story


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