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Protect our  workers abroad

Protect our workers abroad

Tribune Editorial

Fri, Oct 5 2018

There are men and women who take this incredible risk and go overseas to provide for their families

Meeting our goals

Meeting our goals

Editorial

Thu, Oct 4 2018

It feels we have truly turned a page, where stories of our remarkable progress and growth are an everyday...

Bangladesh on the up

Bangladesh on the up

Editorial

Wed, Oct 3 2018

Removing institutional barriers to doing business would free up the private sector

Clean energy is the future

Clean energy is the future

Tribune Editorial

Tue, Oct 2 2018

Bangladesh has enough sunshine and coastline to make significant power generation from wind, water, and...

Accidents waiting to happen

Accidents waiting to happen

Editorial

Mon, Oct 1 2018

It is unacceptable that any percentage of commercial vehicle drivers continues to do their jobs without...

Helping the Rohingya stay healthy

Helping the Rohingya stay healthy

Editorial

Sun, Sep 30 2018

Around 148 midwives have so far delivered 3,200 babies, while also providing emergency services

Solving the wrong problem

Solving the wrong problem

Opinion

Sat, Sep 29 2018

Mainstream media is not the enemy, and cracking down on journalists does a disservice to our...

A shared responsibility

A shared responsibility

Editorial

Fri, Sep 28 2018

Myanmar has done little to instill any confidence in us or the international community

Promising numbers

Promising numbers

Editorial

Thu, Sep 27 2018

Such growth numbers are a very encouraging sign that we are on the right track

Window to the world

Window to the world

Opinion

Wed, Sep 26 2018

Cooperation and connectivity are key to continued progress

Looking at the root of the problem

Looking at the root of the problem

Editorial

Tue, Sep 25 2018

What is the global community waiting for? The time for action is now

Expectations from the ICC

Expectations from the ICC

Editorial

Mon, Sep 24 2018

The Rohingya continue to suffer, while the Myanmar army generals stand free and untouched

What jute has to offer

What jute has to offer

Opinion

Sun, Sep 23 2018

Due to its huge appeal in the European market, Bangladesh should look to expanding the jute sector

Mainstream media is not the enemy

Mainstream media is not the enemy

Editorial

Thu, Sep 20 2018

It seems that many of the problems of Section 57 of the ICT Act will simply recur under a new name

The picture of injustice

The picture of injustice

Editorial

Wed, Sep 19 2018

The UN has identified Myanmar’s army chief and five other key personnel as being responsible for...

Up in smoke

Up in smoke

Opinion

Tue, Sep 18 2018

Dhaka has persisted, unfortunately, in being one of the most polluted cities in the world

We expected better

We expected better

Opinion

Mon, Sep 17 2018

The draft Digital Security Act is an ill-conceived piece of legislation

For a better Bangladesh

For a better Bangladesh

Opinion

Sun, Sep 16 2018

Decentralizing the country is going to require comprehensive planning

Investing in people

Investing in people

Editorial

Sat, Sep 15 2018

Investing in skills and vocational training will prepare our bulging youth population

Prevention is  better than cure

Prevention is better than cure

Opinion

Fri, Sep 14 2018

The dengue outbreak could be bigger this year than in the past

High and dry

High and dry

Opinion

Thu, Sep 13 2018

The challenge at hand is to help the poor souls still trapped in the flood waters