Vol. 5 Num 418 Sat. July 30, 2005    
 
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Editorial
ACC's going afield good idea
But it should play a defined role
The Anti-corruption Commission, formed last November, and hitherto ensnared by internal dissension and governmental indifference, has started showing positive dynamism at last.
 
Editorial
Brave Rajibul
His courage and wit an example to follow
Let's try to imagine a horrific scene -- throat of a boy as young as eight years of age being slit by his abductor and the helpless boy desperately trying to save himself any way possible.

Post Editorial
 
Post Breakfast
Problems and solutions in Afghanistan
Muhammad Zamir
Intensive and bloody fighting has started once again in Afghanistan over the last few weeks.
 
As I See It
Not reform, drastic surgery
Ikram Sehgal writes from Karachi
The Palestine problem at one time provided the maximum grief for Muslims to be bitter about against the west.
 

 
   
 
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