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Letters to Editor
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Tipaimukh dam
In the 5th Jan.'06 issue of your paper there was a statement of the Indian High Commissioner in Bangladesh asserting that the Tipaimukh project is meant for power generation and flood moderation in Barak basin in India.
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Micro finance
Do you hail or hate micro finance? Whatever your stance towards micro finance is, you probably cannot completely discard the relevance of this question.
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Blame Game
I am a great fan of The Daily Star. Living abroad it is my only means of staying connected with Bangladesh and the goings on in the country.
 
Saurav drama...
There was an unprecedented furore over the dropping of Saurav Ganguly from the Indian team. People of West Bengal seem to have taken it as a move directed against their very identity.
 
Mobile phone
In the present mobile phone business scenario, all the operators seem to hunt for new clients, rather than serve the old ones.
 
Teachers' service
It is aptly said that education is the backbone of the nation and teachers play a vital role in imparting education. But the issue has always been neglected by the relevant authorities.
 
Appeal to the education authorities
I was a student of the Department of Environmental Sciences of Sheikh Burhanuddin Post Graduate College under National University. I appeared in the honours final exam that was held in May 2005.
 
Common sense
Many years ago a friend of mine requested his English boss if he would consider employing a young man who is an MA and is known to him.
 
Comrade Moni Singh
The article on Comrade Moni Singh reminded me of those days when I was young and involved in left politics with the Urdu-speaking students who belonged to the East Pakistan Students Union.
 
Let my voice be heard!
Today as the sun set in the western horizon, we as a nation passed the first complete week of the year 2006.
 
New Year in Kolkata
On the 31st of 2005 I was on the bus with other 24 members of my greater family. We were on our way to Kolkata to attend the Boubhat ceremony of my cousin.
 

 
   
 
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