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Editorial
 
Editorial
Tour for pleasure or for knowledge?
Prevent wasteful expenditure
TAKA fifty lakh may not be a very big amount in the context of the national exchequer, but if it has the prospect of going down the drain in the way that amount is intended to be spent, then it is fifty
 
Editorial
Open sky policy impinged
Government order untenable
THE abrasive manner in which certain popular foreign satellite television channels were ordered off the air by the information ministry has caused immense consternation and surprise among the television

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Perspectives
Summer of our discontent
M Abdul Hafiz
BANGLADESH is no stranger to turbulence and we are used to living with it. But the uncertainty and frustration now stalking the country are virtually without precedent.
 
Byline
Yo Singh
M.J. Akbar
EVER since the G8 summit at St. Petersburg in Russia in late July, I have had a recurring nightmare. This summit will surely go down in history as the Open Microphone Extravaganza.
 
By The Numbers
FDI on the wane
ANM Nurul Haque
THE inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) in Bangladesh is showing downward trend despite the claim by the government of attracting huge FDI.
 

 
   
 
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