Volume 4 Number 286 Wed. March 17, 2004    
 
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Editorial
Further vandalism on dissent
Can the govt. shirk responsibility?
What retired army major MA Mannan has done is merely exercise his democratic right to quit BNP, resign his membership of parliament as a natural corollary and join Dr Badruddoza Chowdhury's newly-launched
 
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Trade unionism in EPZs
Balanced approach welcomed
The government's decision to allow 'limited trade union rights' in the export processing zones (EPZs) of the country represents a move forward.

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Bottom line
Why did president Putin appoint an outsider as prime minister?
Harun ur Rashid
Russia's Presidential election was held on 14 March and by all calculation of political mathematics President Vladimir Putin is re-elected (80 per cent of Russian people support him for bringing stability
 
Matters Around Us
Cricket -- a catalyst in improving the South Asian political climate!
Zaglul Ahmed Chowdhury
When India and Pakistan were engaged in a nail-biting finish in their first one-day cricket encounter in Karachi, the anti-Indian sentiment was largely absent among the over-capacity packed stadium crowd
 
Closeup Japan
Crime statistics: Foreigners conspicuous
Monzurul Huq writes from Tokyo
Japan's National Police Agency has released last week its yearly statistics of crimes committed in 2003, where once again alarming voice has been raised about the crime scene of Japan getting dirtierdue
 

 
   
 
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