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Editorial
CEC issue
Mr. Aziz must go
Chief Election Commissioner MA Aziz, whose obstinacy and unwillingness to accept the popular demand for his resignation created a political stalemate of the most intractable kind, is showing the same disregard for public opinion when he can perhaps no longer hold on to his position.
 
Editorial
Return of the mayhem
Two crushed by a fleeing jeep
A fleeing jeep belonging to the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) when it came under attack by armed cadres of BNP killed two persons.

Post Editorial
 
Strategically Speaking
Light at the end of the tunnel
Brig Gen Shahedul Anam Khan ndc, psc (Retd)
After suffering the agonies of the political combat between what is now a polarized polity of the 14-party alliance and 4-party alliance over the last three weeks, we were heartened by the optimism conveyed
 
Letter From Europe
Britain and the burkha
Chaklader Mahboob-ul Alam writes from Madrid
Two separate incidents last month, involving Muslim women's clothes, have set off a fierce debate over veils in Britain, which is refusing to die down.
 
As I See It
Inter-cultural dialogue with the C-100
Ikram Sehgal writes from Karachi
C-100 stands for the "Council of 100 Leaders," an initiative of the World Economic Forum (WEF) meant to promote and sustain inter-faith dialogue.
 

 
   
 
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