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Editorial
Nizami's tirade
Don't blame the messenger, mind the message
The Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami at a seminar held in the city, the other day, described the journalists as terrorists. It is most unfortunate and we totally fail to understand the logic behind it.
 
Editorial
BUET incidents regrettable
Greater sensitivity expected from administration
The events at the campus of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) were as unfortunate as they were uncalled for.

Post Editorial
 
TI report and police corruption
Some unappreciated facts
Muhammad Nurul Huda
The arrangements relating to the annual revealing of the corruption database by the Bangladesh chapter of the Transparency International (TI) is perhaps acquiring the dimension of an irritating ritual
 
Cross Talk
Brand Bangladesh
Mohammad Badrul Ahsan
One thing common between nations and corporations is that their success depends on the brand. Mercedes Benz, Giorgio Armani, Elizabeth Ardent or Nike, these are corporate brands.
 
US exit from Iraq earlier than anticipated?
ABMS Zahur
Four years back people throughout the world condemned the most heinous crime committed by the so called Islami terrorists' group Al Qaeda whose suicidal bombs destroyed the twin tower of New York anda
 

 
   
 
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