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Editorial
 
Editorial
Siege programme again
Whither the role of caretaker government?
It is with a great degree of despondency we notice that instead of witnessing the proverbial 'light at the end of the tunnel' the nation is destined to withstand yet another round of oborodh (siege) programme this week (7 and 8 January).
 
Editorial
The cold wave casualties
Could we not save the victims?
The news of at least 40 people already dying in cold is poignantly tragic because such fatalities could have been avoided with precautions.

Post Editorial
 
Straight Line
Degeneration of the caretaker concept
Muhammad Nurul Huda
There is no denying that few Bangladeshis could be credited with positive innovative ideas that have beneficially determining economic impact on the society.
 
Post Breakfast
A dictator's last defiance
Muhammad Zamir
Last Saturday, as Iraq and most of the Muslim world celebrated Eid-ul-Azha, the festival of sacrifice, Saddam Hussein, former strongman of Iraq met his destiny at the gallows.
 
Opinion
Unending predicament
Kazi Alauddin Ahmed
It seems the penultimate Foreign Secretary of Bangladesh and now Ambassador in Washington has done a good job at least for his country's head of the caretaker government.
 

 
   
 
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