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Editorial
 
Editorial
Drive against corruption
Should be focused leaving no room for ambiguity
We not only endorse but also appreciate the main thrust and objective of the caretaker government's drive against corruption, which has already shaken some seemingly unassailable 'fortresses' ofcorruption.
 
Editorial
Militants regrouping?
Crush the networks once and for all
We are heartened by the success of the law enforcing agencies in smoking out militants from different parts of the country.
 
Perspectives
The speculations galore
Under a state of emergency and supported by the military, the present interim government installed on January 12 has fared rather well, as was reflected in the address to the nation by Dr Fakhruddin Ahmed
 
As I See It
A nation in crisis
Naeem Bokhari's open letter to the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan was appalling for several reasons.
 
Face-to-face meeting with Sheikh Hasina in Washington DC
I was invited to meet Sheikh Hasina on the evening of April 13, in Falls Church, Virginia (a suburb of Washington DC). The full account of my conversation with her will be completed very soon.
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In Front of the Box
No smile this time
There will be much talk of the "luck of the Irish" in papers around the world today -- but that cliché is out of place here. There was no providence involved in how Ireland went about dismantling Bangladesh.
 

 
   
 
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