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Living dangerously

There are times when I feel as though I’m living in a lunatic asylum where sanity is an expensive commodity. And common sense is …

Turning our back on the Rohingya genocide: ‘But this is so un-Australian!’

Turning our back on the Rohingya genocide: ‘But this is so un-Australian!’ by Adil Khan …

Sinha Saga: More questions than answers

The statement by the Bangladesh Supreme Court, issued a day after Chief Justice SK Sinha left Dhaka for…

I can’t say ‘yes’ so I die!

The saying that everything is fair in love and war is perhaps taken literally to a grisly end…

Bangladesh’s neighbours must find a durable solution

Each refugee exodus looks different—in the numbers of human beings and the duration of their journey, in the…

THE MINISTER IS NOT THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER; HE IS THE GOVERNMENT

F R Chowdhury I understand that recently the Government in Bangladesh has decided that the minister in charge of a ministry shall act as the chief executive officer of the…

How are the haor dwellers faring?

A friend of mine has been living in a wealthy European country for the past…

When chief justice goes on leave

Political controversies over politicians going on leave are not so uncommon. Back in the days…

The shocking cost of electricity

Preparations are on for a price hike in electricity at all levels. As it is,…

Has UN failed the Rohingyas?

Endless streams of Rohingyas have crossed the Naf River into Bangladesh. The deaths of children…

শুধু এক ব্যক্তির শরীরে নহে – পুরো বিচার ব্যবস্থায় ক্যান্সার ছড়িয়ে পড়েছে 

 Minar Rashid শুধু এক ব্যক্তির শরীরে নহে – পুরো বিচার ব্যবস্থায় ক্যান্সার ছড়িয়ে পড়েছে ========================================…

Beware of Myanmar’s subterfuge

The Foreign Ministry’s statement, following the mixed messages coming out of Naypyidaw after the visit…

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