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Lives hang in the balance

No one claims ignorance anymore about what is happening to the Rohingya. The United Nations’ human rights organisation and the capitals of the world all agree that the war being waged against the Rohingya is a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing.”

A model election

Yesterday marked the second-ever city elections in Rangpur, where highly impressive security measures were taken to ensure a fair and legitimate election overseen by the Election Commission.

Zero tolerance for traffickers

Overpopulation, combined with a low adult literacy rate, has been a serious hindrance to our nation’s development — causing an excess of job-seekers compared to job availability.

Banking in crisis

The financial sector of any modern economy is one of the most important sectors, as it essentially facilitates the operation of the entire system. Wherever money goes, everything else follows. As such, the development and direction of our nation depends on it.

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Tackling e-waste: UNSW's Indo-Australian scientist offers to help India

Indo-Australian scientist Veena Sahajwalla, whose pioneering invention of the world’s first micro factory to tackle e-waste has generated global attention, says the technology can be deployed in areas of Delhi like Seelampur and Mayapuri, home to hundreds of MSMEs, to help ‘kabadiwallas’, the traditional waste collect


India’s urban agenda one of the defining projects of 21st century: Minister

“India’s urban agenda will constitute one of the defining projects of the 21st century,” Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Puri told the High Level Political Forum on ...