Vol. 5 Num 382 Fri. June 24, 2005    
 
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Editorial
 
Editorial
Positive talks in Delhi
Stage set for a consultative process
The positive note on which the long overdue Foreign Secretary level meeting between Bangladesh and India concluded in New Delhi on Wednesday is a welcome development.
 
Editorial
Narsingdi by-election
It could have been peaceful
Since the main opposition party Awami League did not take part in the Narsingdi by-poll, conflict and violence on the election day were the least anticipated turn of events.

Post Editorial
 
The fallen and the fusty
Muhammad Nurul Huda
Sensational happenings emanating from the alleged Ershad-Bidisha feud that crossed the limits of the household and in the process engaged and occupied substantial time and space in both the electronic
 
Cross Talk
A deal on the wheels
Mohammad Badrul Ahsan
There was a time when you could draw a line between opposites. Good was good and bad was bad. Innocent was innocent and guilty was guilty. Then politics came along and made a jumbled mess of everything.
 
Opinion
Black money
Dr. M. S. Haq
At present, a lot of debates and discourses are going on at various societal levels as to whether or not the country should allow, in the next fiscal year (2005-06), the continuation of the provisionfor
 
Opinion
Price of fuel and essentials
Abu Imran
Reports in the media early this month said that some transport operators had increased the transport fare by around 25 per cent following the fuel price-hike announced by the government.
 

 
   
 
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