Vol. 5 Num 263 Tue. February 22, 2005    
 
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Editorial
So many meeting their watery grave again!
Journey by launch as hazardous as before
At least 118 people were drowned in a launch capsize on Saturday night in the river Buriganga. The disaster took place after MV Maharaj carrying well over 200 passengers got caught in a nor'wester.
 
Editorial
Nepal crisis
Human rights situation worrying
Our last editorial on the crisis in Nepal on February 6 less than a week after King Gyanandra had sacked the coalition government headed by Prime Minister Deuba, seizing control of the administrationhimself

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Perspectives
Is an American showdown with Iran inevitable?
M Abdul Hafiz
President George Bush's state of the Union speech early this month makes it abundantly clear that with the Republican hawks in power in the US the world is yet not a safe place and the distant drumof
 
A costly tragedy
Muhammad Nurul Huda
Much has been written and said about the sad demise of SAMS Kibria. However, most of the reactions and comments have so far been limited to the incident itself and its immediate aftermath.
 

 
   
 
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