• RU closed sine die
  • Govt turned entire country into jail: BNP
  • SC upholds bail to four BNP leaders
  • Election schedule for reserve seats next week: EC
  • Qaisar indicted
  • No tax from 1.36 lakh good looking houses: NBR
  • Devotees seek divine blessings at Akheri Munajat
  • Two Bangladeshis killed in brawl over pair of shoes
  • Buet student’s injury in road crash sparks protest
  • Septic tank blast kills father, daughter in Tongi
  • Mymensingh road crash kills 6 Ijtema devotees
  • Thai vote starts peacefully, but political paralysis looms
  • Syria death toll tops 136,000, future talks uncertain
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Immediate govt actions called for

An increase in the abduction of children, held to ransom, in recent... Full story

Lynching reflects loss of faith in law enforcement

Frequent killing of people suspected of being involved in burglary... Full story

Some thoughts on political violence in Bangladesh

WITH the January 5 ‘elections’ unable to provide the government with the requisite political or moral legitimacy to govern the country, Awami league politicians have focused on shoring up their right to govern by pointing to the need to deal with the violence... Full story

Subsidies for the rich: need for corrections

THE World Trade Organisation has an agreement on subsidies and countervailing measures. In its part iii, actionable subsidies require that no member country should use any subsidy that has adverse effects on the interests of other... Full story

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