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One year ago, on July 1, 2016, five terrorists stormed into Holey Artisan Bakery and killed 28 people.

 

A dismaying report by the US State Department shows that the human trafficking situation in Bangladesh has gotten worse. According to the Trafficking in Persons Report 2017, Bangladesh has slid down to the Tier 2 Watch List from Tier 2 — the country finds itself in the company of nations like Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Pakistan, and Zimbabwe in this part of the list.

 

Eid is a time for celebration and reflection. It is a time when we take stock of all the lessons we have learned over the holy month of Ramadan, as we mark its passing with our family and friends.

 

Experts and environmentalists have criticised Bangladesh's environment agency for its decision to declare four dying rivers around Dhaka as ecologically critical areas (ECA).

 

The battle has to be won in the minds of people, not at seminars and parliaments

 

The problem of waterlogging during the monsoon season is nothing new to Bangladesh. Then why are we caught so totally unprepared, year after year?

 

When it comes to branding someone a terrorist, the world’s hypocrisy is palpable. The latest attack near Finsbury Park mosque in North London

 

Every day, thousands of Bangladeshis put their lives at peril, seeking a better life elsewhere in the world. This is a worrying trend that we must address.

 

With a death toll of 150 and counting, words cannot describe the scale of the tragedy.

 

 

Rarely in the Indian Union has an incumbent government had such a skewed ethnic and geographical basis.

 


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