David Bornstein

Giving Capitalism a Social Conscience
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  For more than 40 years, Muhammad Yunus, the Bangladeshi founder of the Grameen Bank and recipient of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, has been asserting that the most powerful

David Barsamian

A world in peril: an interview with Noam Chomsky
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  (This is the 2nd and concluding part of the interview appeared in Issue 14 of Dhaka Courier)   DB: Trump’s first foreign trip was to Saudi Arabia. What significance

Abdur Rahman Jahangir, UNB Staff Writer

Call Myanmar persecution ‘genocide’, not ‘ethnic cleansing’: Prof Abrar
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  As the worst sufferer of its consequence, Bangladesh should describe the systematic persecution on Rohingyas and their forced displacement as ‘genocide’ instead of ‘ethnic cleansing’ to force Myanmar to

Wafiur Rahman

Tagore – an economic messiah, economist or entrepreneur we know least
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  Rabindranath Tagore, known worldwide for winning Nobel Prize on literature, had close relations with farmers in Pabna, Kushtia and Naogaon districts. He opened schools for their children and requested

Staff Correspondent

Marching towards the dark side
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  Bangladeshi youngsters trapped in digital quicksand that is the “Blue Whale Challenge”   A suicide here, an identification there – that is the recent state of affairs regarding the

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Book on artist Alakesh Ghosh launched

  A book on renowned artist Alakesh Ghosh titled ‘Life and Works: ALAKESH GHOSH’ published by Cosmos Books was launched
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Celebrating 87th anniversary of Tagore visit to Russia at RCSC

  Russian Centre of Science & Culture (RCSC) in Dhaka, in cooperation with the Bangladeshi-Russian Friendship Society, Muktijuddho Academy, the
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Shabana and Javed to perform in Dhaka

  Shabana Azmi and her husband Bollywood’ music master Javed Akhter are to visit Dhaka with one of their most
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Film on Rohingyas at Tokyo Film Festival

  A film on Rohingyas has been selected in the competitive section of the 30th Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF)
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Shakoor’s Bengali identity and Ranjit’s pastoral voyage at Shilpangan

  For over a large span of his career, Abdus Shakoor has been working on folk motifs and ancient ballads.
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World this week

  The most powerful bomb blast ever witnessed in Somalia’s capital killed 276 people with around 300 others injured, the
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Nation this week

  The High Court instructed the government on October 16 to block for six months the links and gateways of
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Solo art exhibition of Tajul Islam at Gallery Cosmos

  A celebration of art of tapestry    A weeklong solo tapestry exhibition of artist Tajul Islam began on Saturday
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World this week

Richard Thaler of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business on Monday won the Nobel economics prize for documenting
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Nation this week

  Police concluded ‘Operation Melted Ice’ on Monday (October 9) evening after Khadiza Akhter, younger sister of extremist suspect Nurul
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