Volume 4 Number 77 Mon. August 11, 2003    
 
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Editorial
Does TIFA spell trouble?
Unilateral move may cause domestic instability
As time nears to the signing of a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) with the USA, one hears more about what it stands for and how is it going to affect lives of our people.
 
Editorial
The scare of forged notes
Who is allaying it?
As if finding fake notes in the vault of Bangladesh Bank itself wasn't bad enough, we now have another shocker of a disclosure: many banks do not have money testers.
 
Perspectives
An elastic limit to power
After having waged devastating wars -- first in Afghanistan and then in Iraq -- leaving in their gory trails deaths and destructions President George W Bush now wants to be cast in the image of a peace
 
Bottom line
Israel's great wall
One fact that seems to escape attention from the media is that like China's Great Wall, Israel is steadily building a 360- kilometer wall, consisting of concrete wall, barbed wire, electronic fencing,
 
Between the lines
The two-nation theory
INDIA'S partition is 56 years old. Still the controversy over the two-nation theory has not ended. Certain groups in Pakistan continue to harp on it.
 
Opinion
For a corruption-free country
The ruling party of Bangladesh claimed in its election manifesto that efforts for development and the people's welfare would never be successful unless the rampant corruption existing in state machinery
 

 
   
 
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