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  A strong earthquake has struck Mexico, toppling buildings in the capital Mexico City, sparking panic and sending thousands of people into the streets. Mexico City’s airport has suspended operations

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The government started the open market sale (OMS) of coarse varieties of rice at the rate of Tk 30 per kilogram across the country from September 19. Though on September

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Maverick Studios making its mark in the local market
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  The furniture was barely visible under the piles of books, papers, and gadgets in Afeef Zubayer Zaman’s bedroom in his family’s house at Kalabagan. The bedclothes were spilling over

Rafiqul Islam

Coffee cultivation gaining in popularity in hill districts of Bangladesh
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  Immanuel Bawn, an ethnic farmer of Bethel Para under Ruma Upazila in Bandarban, did not think that he would see such a huge demand for coffee saplings from farmers

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The missing middle in business
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  When a $65-million theme park on the outskirt of Dhaka opened its gateway to Western-style amusement back in the early 2000s, it was seen by many as a strong

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Courier Ask: Can we really take the 700,000?

  Contemporary historians may one day note the surprising parallels, or points of intersection between the careers of two of
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Depicting the plight of the Rohingyas

  More than 400,000 Rohingya refugees have fled into Bangladesh since late August during violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. That
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Naturalist Dwijen Sharma no more

  Professor Dwijen Sharma, an eminent naturalist, passed away at a city hospital on September 15 due to old age
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Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s 141st birth anniversary

  Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay, the man who has woven magic with his words and some unputdownable series of writings, knew
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River Rhapsody: Museum of Rivers and Canals

  Alliance Française de Dhaka (AFD) and BRAC University have jointly organised the inaugural ceremony of the design project exhibition
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The Rohingya crisis: What is Bangladesh to do?

  The framing of the debate centering the Rohingya crisis in our national discourse has been troubling. Somehow, two sides
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World this week

  Authorities in Texas say that at least eight people died, including a gunman, after a shooting at a home
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Nation this week

  “If we can feed 160 million Bangladeshis, we can feed 7 lakh Rohingya.” With these words, Prime Minister Sheikh
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Official website with Firoza Begum’s songs to be launched

  Family members of noted Nazrul artiste Firoza Begum have taken up plans of setting up a website exclusively for
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Master classes by international filmmakers at Shilpakala

  Dhaka Dock Lab, the first ever workshop on joint cross border film productions started on September 8 at Bangladesh
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