Vol. 5 Num 780 Sun. August 06, 2006    
 
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Editorial
 
Editorial
Brutalising Lebanon
Ceasefire brooks no further delay
NO time should be lost by the UN in ironing out the nitty-gritty of a ceasefire resolution to end the Israeli aggression on Lebanon.
 
Editorial
Ensure better management of jails
Inmates deserve better treatment
THE chronicles of corruption and mismanagement in Dhaka Central Jail would run into volumes if compiled.

Post Editorial
 
Sense & Insensibility
Thin line between piety and perfidy
Shahnoor Wahid
THIS is a country where one moment we preach piety and the next do a perfidious act of horrendous scale. Some of us seem to enjoy being on the extremes.
 
Going Deeper
The difficult road ahead
Kazi Anwarul Masud
THROUGHOUT the history of mankind, the desire to perpetuate power has been the avowed aim of dictators, be they wearing uniforms or professing the legitimacy of their rule through "imperfect" elections.
 
Byline
Post-prime minister
M J Akbar
CANDOUR is injurious to the health of any government. This is a widely-accepted non-partisan fact.
 

 
   
 
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