Students cadres breaking the law threaten the fabric of democracy
We congratulate the UN body for calling a spade a spade
Landslides and mudslides due to incessant rainfall continue to put the lives of people at risk
Student cadres cannot be permitted to run riot and take the law into their own hands
It is well past time for the international community to take a hard line
We must remain vigilant in rooting out extremism
It is time to get serious about protecting the rivers that can still be saved
These two sectors combined are the bedrock on which a nation’s progress is made
A necessary step forward would be introducing automation into the process
Private investment remains crucial to our continued economic progress
To make it easy for pedestrians, zebra crossing also needed to be installed in crowded roads
The level of utter chaos on our streets has reached a breaking point
This problem of urban flooding and water-logging is not a new one
How many more people will be displaced before we realize that we must take care of the environment?
Lower interest rates will help create a more business-friendly environment
Bicycles are environmentally friendly, easy to use, and would keep the denizens of our cities...
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh cannot be sent back without an assurance
How many more innocent men, women, and children must die?
Tied to the spirit of Ramadan is the spirit of community
This sort of weather pattern suggests that climate change remains a pressing concern in Bangladesh
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