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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina stands as an example of how to be a leader worth following.

 

A well-functioning democracy requires an informed citizenry, and journalists play that very critical role of conveying information to fulfill citizens’ right to know and help us make informed decisions.

 

After an unsuccessful attempt at deception and then scrambling to cover up for its ethnic cleansing campaign against the Rohingya, Myanmar is now resorting to cheap tricks and casting aspersions.

 

The attack carried out on Khaleda Zia’s motorcade in Feni is no laughing matter.

 

As Bangladesh’s economy continues to develop and reduce its dependency on the agriculture sector, our manufacturing sector needs to be strengthened further in terms of productivity and diversification.

 

 

With the Rohingya crisis taking up the bulk of our resources, flood victims are being neglected, while government relief worked has stopped.

 

NGOs have been instrumental in achieving the Millennium Development Goals 2015, and earning Bangladesh its middle income status, something which the government itself has acknowledged.

 

Aung San Suu Kyi has said the Myanmar government has started the repatriation process of Rohingya who have crossed over to the Bangladesh side.

 

This year’s floods have devastated thousands of acres of farmland which have, inevitably, resulted in a food shortage.

 
This year’s floods have devastated thousands of acres of farmland which have, inevitably, resulted in a food shortage.
 


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