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  • BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia addresses a media conference at Westin Hotel in the capital on January 15. — New Age/Sanaul Haque

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Playing with fire, literally

THE fire at a chemicals warehouse at Becharam Deuri on January... Full story

Pvt univs need to be streamlined

IT’S been more than two decades since the Private University Act... Full story

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Sham election and new govt: what next?

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia addresses a media conference at Westin Hotel in the capital on January 15. — New Age/Sanaul Haque
Khaleda Zia shunned tough and thorny agitation programmes and instead proposed gatherings, protest marches and black flag demonstration. It would be revealing to see if the regime, so far dreadfully short on tolerance and forbearance... Full story

Role of foreign diplomats in Dhaka

THE diplomats represent their states. They are the representatives of their heads of state. They bring a letter of accreditation from their heads of state and hand over the same to the head of the state they are accredited to. Full story


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