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'Forced disappearances' must be stopped'Forced disappearances' which have increased alarmingly over the years for the political, personal and other reasons deserve no less legal ...
Political promises toil to meet reality!By definition, politicians frequently use words that reflect a popular point of view with the intent to attract the attention ...
Upcoming election: Address people's expectationThe question regarding a fair election prick the mind of every person in Bangladesh irrespective of his/her political affiliation as ...
Ex-diplomat's missing rings the alarm bellA former ambassador has now been included in the long-list of 'enforced disappearances'. The former Bangladesh ambassador to Vietnam Maroof ...
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On the brink of a public health disaster Bangladesh's refugee camps are on the brink of a "public health disaster". Since August 2017, more than 624,000 people have ...
Save banks from the grip of ghosts!We wonder what's wrong with banks in Bangladesh and what's happening in there? The simple layman's answer is 'ghosts have ...
Mounting traffic rule violationsThe worsening scenario of the capital's traffic management is the one burning issue which has been frequently discussed and written ...
Cambodia visit: PM's effort to resolve Rohingya crisisA day after Pope Francis left Dhaka ending a three-day visit subsequent to his trip to Myanmar, Prime Minister Sheikh ...
Will Pope’s words end the woes of Rohingyas’?The Bangladesh government, which should be commended for its open door to the refugees in this terrible moment, has begun ...
Leave schools for the sake of the countryThe Bangladesh Chhatra League now moves to form committees at schools. The pro-Awami League student body has asked all its ...
Pope's visit and the Rohingya issuePope Francis arrived here at the invitation of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Catholic Bishop's Conference of Bangladesh. His previous ...
Intelligence failures should be properly probedIntelligence failure happens in all countries of the world and so is the incomplete and unsuccessful probe that leaves many ...
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