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Shahriar Feroze
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Mr. Shahriar Feroze working as Assistant Editor at The Daily Observer



Shahriar Feroze
‘A hostage in the city of suspect-assassins’Your curiosity may have shot up dramatically by the title.I am fine, well and alive but can't commute freely anywhere within Dhaka from 10 AM to 10 PM, either I am struck in a jam triggered by the visiting VIP dignitaries or barred from jogging inside the Ramna Park. Moreover, my helpless ride-sharing biker has ...
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Exclusive interview of Algerian Ambassador to Bangladesh Bangladesh-Algeria relations are a historic one. Algeria was the first Arab country to recognize Bangladesh in 1971 after gaining independence. In the ensuing years, a remarkable friendship developed between late Algerian President Houari Boumediene and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Bangabandhu stayed in Algeria in 1973 during the Non-Aligned Summit where he delivered a landmark speech. ...
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Exclusive Interview of Saudi Arabian Ambassador to BangladeshIn an exclusive interview given to The Daily Observer, Saudi Arabian Ambassador to Bangladesh, Issa bin Youssef Al-Duhailan spoke on a number of issues on our bilateral ties and beyond. The interview has been conducted by our Assitant Editor, Shahriar Feroze and has been published in an opinion format.  I have the honor to be ...
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The unsung heroes of New Market Police Station I usually avoid visiting two places - hospital and police station. The first makes me mentally sick while the second turns me nervous, with and without a reason.However, despite my sheer reluctance, last week I had to visit my local police station on two separate days. No not as an accused or a convict but ...
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Exclusive interview of the Egyptian Ambassador to Bangladesh The land of the pharaohs' , pyramids and millenniums old civilisation Egypt is one of the leading Arab countries to have diplomatically recognised People's Republic of Bangladesh in 1974. In the same year, late leaders of the two countries - Anwar Sadat and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib ur Rahman visited each other's country. However, beyond formal ...
AL, BNP Election Manifestos
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Old wine in a new bottleMuch suspense thrived in the country's domestic political developments throughout the first 19 days of December. Mudslinging coupled with verbal abuse between the two key political rivals is still continuing, hundreds of nominations have been cancelled in an unprecedented manner, many of the opposition candidates carry on to be harassed , major cities have become ...
Stamp Show Dhaka 2018
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Philately is making a comebackAfter good many years, philately in Bangladesh appeared to have made a grand attempt to revive much of its lost glory.  The first five days of December marked the event Stamp show Dhaka 2018. A section of the national museum's ground floor was allotted to a number of collectors to exhibit their philatelic items ranging ...
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November black, November bright While browsing through a pile of old papers, documents and books inside a newspaper vendor's dirty and crammed shop at old Dhaka, this writer suddenly stumbled across an old newspaper. Given the lead news reports published in it, he picked it up with unending curiosity. It was 1975's November 8th issue of the now defunct, ...
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Methods, murders and madnessAfter over two weeks of nail-biting suspense, the Saudi authorities have finally succumbed to the dirty truth -- Jamal Khashoggi was murdered -- and the gruesome incident took place inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. However, the truth behind the dissident journalist's murder was in the air from the very beginning when he was reported ...
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Bachchu’s next album for the ‘next world’AB has been transformed to the next stage which is unseen. But I am sure, his experiments with music for his next musical album has begun. Perhaps his next concert is planned for legendary rock stars residing in the other world. We will never know.  Death takes no bribes, and even when the legendary rock ...
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'Red October' is not 'Red' any longer!!!October is back in our lives once more. Does the political slogan "Workers of the world, unite!" ring a bell? It was this simple political slogan that had bonded, united and strengthened the working class of pre-communist Russians -- leading to a massive revolt -- eminently branded as the legendary October Revolution.The revolution led by ...
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Sifat Ullah: Insanity unlimitedThat people do crazy things, and go to crazy lengths to draw public attention is not a new phenomenon anywhere around the world. Even six months ago he was unheard of almost in anywhere in Bangladesh. He is reportedly a freedom fighter and a former teacher of Dhaka University. The lunatic this writer is talking ...
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Slaughtering animals without piety is not sacrificeFor the past three years a fearsome rivalry has erupted between a handful of nouveau riche businessmen at my locality, and that stupid rivalry is about, who can afford the biggest and the most expensive sacrificial cattle during the Eid-ul-Azha. The vulgar competition is all about showing of wealth to garner cheap attention of the ...
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Japan's ‘tobacco temptation’ in BangladeshI have never faced such colossal contradictions while penning an opinion. Sorry to admit, I have been a regular smoker for nearly two decades. Despite the long list of disadvantages, I still smoke.   And I smoke because until something extremely dangerous happen, I will not quit. On that note, I am a typical Bangladeshi. It ...
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Can Imran do it? For over two decades the world has mostly known him as a playboy cricketer, then for another couple of decades as a politician, and until a miracle stops him he will be the next prime minister of Pakistan. Imran Khan the cricketer turn politician is about to assume power when Pakistan is not actually in ...
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