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  • Trip to the opera

    Trip to the opera

    Opera is now providing you what Google Chrome and Firefox Mozilla won’t

  • Panic buttons must on all new mobiles from 2017

    Panic buttons must on all new mobiles from 2017

    All phones sold in India from 2017 onwards will be required to include a provision for a panic button to allow users to intimate about any emergency situation that may arise.

  • Friends find Bangladeshi couple dead inside their California home

    Friends find Bangladeshi couple dead inside their California home

    The killer left a message at the crime scene: “Sorry, my first kill was clumsy.”

  • Interview with Rana Plaza survivor-02

    Interview with Rana Plaza survivor-02

  • Ershad accuses Raushan of dividing JaPa

    Ershad accuses Raushan of dividing JaPa

    Jatiya Party chairman HM Ershad yesterday alleged that his wife and party senior presidium member Raushan Ershad has belittled the party by making some statements out of her jurisdiction. In a statement, he also turned down Raushan’s request for revising the party’s national council date in consultation with party senior leaders. On Sunday, Raushan, also

  • Bangladesh looks for AIIB funds for power projects

    Bangladesh looks for AIIB funds for power projects

    With the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) operating for over three months, Bangladesh is looking to the new lending institution for funding some of its power projects. The government has asked its top officials to approach the AIIB for loans for some of its power projects, which is much needed for Bangladesh as it

  • Tumi Elita, ami Kishore

    Tumi Elita, ami Kishore

    Music arranger and singer Kishore has just completed new album Tumi ar ami. A duet album, Kishore will be singing along with Elita. The album is full of romantic numbers. Popular lyricist Kabir Bokul and Shomeshywar Ali have also written two songs for this album while the music has been arranged by Kishore himself. “Based

  • Requiem for a dream

    Requiem for a dream

    Sometimes, you just have to let things go. After the countless times that something has been written about the insurgence of Islamic fundamentalism in Bangladesh (myself included, of course), and of, further still, the numerous times people have rejected its influx as being either a) a reality or b) a bad thing, one must learn

  • Government must play its part to make factories safer

    Government must play its part to make factories safer

    As the third anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse passes, we should stop to think, what steps should our government take to make factories safer? Many well-meaning people have taken the position that unionisation of factory owners is key to solving the complex problem of factory safety. This argument misses the point that the government

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