Vol. 5 Num 283 Mon. March 14, 2005    
 
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Editorial
 
Editorial
Primary education on a tangent
Programmes for the disadvantaged needed
The prevailing state of primary education at the grassroots presents a rather grim picture.
 
Editorial
Saifur's tirade
The all knowing minister finds journalists to be illiterate
The finance minister is again at his favourite pastime -- bashing the media.

Post Editorial
 
Perspectives
Syria : In the line of fire
M Abdul Hafiz
Henry Kissinger had once famously remarked that there couldn't be a war in the Middle East without Egypt and no peace without Syria.
 
One and a half cheers for Rab
Abu Abdullah
The Rapid Action Battalion seems to be a rare model of super-efficiency.
 
Closeup Japan
Are we becoming more intolerant?
Monzurul Huq writes from Tokyo
There was a time not long ago, when things seemed to be moving towards a desired destination and long-cherished ideas envisioned by enlightened figures in human history looked well within our reachable
 

 
   
 
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