DhakaCourier Vol 34 Issue 18 Dated 10 November 2017

Thursday, November 9th, 2017


From the Editor-in-Chief

The darkness we have not forgotten

Enayetullah Khan


Nation This Week


World This Week


Cover Stories

1975 The killings of November

Syed Badrul Ahsan


Memories of Khaled Musharraf

Courier Special


3 November 1975 – The assassination of our leaders

Anwar A. Khan


A day condemned to infamy

Junaidul Haque



Global Social Business Summit kicks off in Paris



Special Report

Along for the ride

AKM Moinuddin, Back from China


Centre Spread

Cosmos Atelier71 Studio’s workshop rejuvenates printmaking genre



‘Optimistic about economic opportunities in Bangladesh’

AKM Moinuddin



Redefining Bangladesh’s economic diplomacy

Staff Correspondent



Banking to the pious

Wafiur Rahman



Subodh, stop making fools of media!

Afsan Chowdhury


Middle East Eye

Things that go bump in the night in Riyadh

David Hearst



The Prince: On how many fronts can Mohammed bin Salman act simultaneously?

Carool Kersten


View from Tokyo

TIFF focuses beyond entertainment

Monzurul Huq


Book Launch

‘Barge for Bangladesh’ and ‘Boats, a treasure of Bangladesh’ launched in Chittagong

Staff Correspondent


Book Review

About schools on courtyards

Alamgir Khan


Art & Culture

Hamiduzzaman’s retrospective exhibition at National Museum

Asaduzzaman Noor, Joya Ahsan get Ritwik Ghatak Award

Gopon goes to Catalonia

Cultural Correspondent


Courier Asks

Are ‘gate-locked’ and ‘seating service’ here to stay?

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