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  • Delhi pollutes, everyone else pays

    Delhi pollutes, everyone else pays

    The elites pollute, the rest of India suffers

  • It’s because of a fence that I play as an overseas player: Shakib

    It’s because of a fence that I play as an overseas player: Shakib

    It was a disappointing World Twenty20 but what have you learnt? You learn every match. I won’t say it was disappointing. Yes, you can say that we didn’t achieve the results we wanted. But other than that we played good cricket. If we could have won one or two matches, the team would have looked

  • Not helping

    Not helping

    Asked about the murder of Jagannath University Masters student Nazimuddin Samad, the home minister told BBC Bangla: “We need to see whether he used to write objectionable things on blogs.” No, no, no. It is almost impossible to quantify how wrong-headed and self-defeating this approach is. The point is not what Nazim may or may

  • Moyna’s manual on clean cooking

    Moyna’s manual on clean cooking

    For city people, who enjoy undisturbed gas by merely turning the knob of kitchen burners, it is hard to fathom the pain that rural people endure to just light up their earthen stoves. A few hundred taka every month might not sound too much to an urbanite. But for a poor family who live in

  • When a child’s only home is police station

    When a child’s only home is police station

    Eleven-year-old Anis lived with his grandmother in Chittagong after his parents divorced and got remarried. They did not want to keep him. One day he got on a bus and travelled to Dinajpur, where he ended up living at the police station. Local union parishad member Aktaruzzaman found Anis loitering at Panchbari on the night

  • Police still in dark about Nazimuddin Samad’s murder

    Police still in dark about Nazimuddin Samad’s murder

    Three days have passed but police are still clueless about the murder of Nazimuddin Samad, a law student of Jagannath University. They are yet to know the cause of the murder and to identify the killers, but they suspect that the killers targeted Nazimuddin from Sylhet. Police sources said the case might be transferred to

  • Sweet promises turned bitter

    Sweet promises turned bitter

    In 2013, the inhabitants of Gondamara Union in Banshkhali coastal area were asked to sell their land to S Alam Group for a manufacturing plant, with the assurance that they would get jobs there. The firm started procuring land the same year and has so far bought around 600 acres – but to implement the

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