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OP-ED: Storm in a teacup

OP-ED: Storm in a teacup

Zia Hassan

Sat, Aug 29 2020

Is Bangladesh really turning away from India and toward China -- or is there less going on than meets...

Dylan won the Nobel in literature -...

Dylan won the Nobel in literature -...

Magazine

Thu, Oct 20 2016

Bob Dylan remains silent

Population in crossfire

Population in crossfire

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Mon, Jan 13 2014

Faced with an impotent opposition, the Awami League carries on with impunity“In death, Kadambini...

A foreign policy collision course?

A foreign policy collision course?

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Thu, Dec 12 2013

Are Bangladeshi diplomats allowed to go and meet Indian leaders and ask them not to join in an alliance...

A nation of selective conscience

A nation of selective conscience

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Thu, Nov 14 2013

It has been seen that big portion of the population choose to ignore one incident or another based on...

The new war to be free

The new war to be free

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Thu, Nov 7 2013

This makes AKM Wahiduzzaman one of the first victims of the new war to liberate Bangladesh. A war that...

Is no one responsible?

Is no one responsible?

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Mon, Nov 4 2013

The fate of 16 crore people is at the mercy of two feuding ladies who have no awareness, consciousness...

An institutional failure

An institutional failure

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Sun, May 19 2013

Countrywide clashes following Sayedee's verdict resulted in many deaths

Bangladeshi politics and game...

Bangladeshi politics and game...

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Sun, May 5 2013

Mahmudur Rahman is one of the country's most divisive figures Mahmudur Rahman. The country’s...