DhakaCourier Vol 34 Issue 8 – 9 Dated 1 September 2017

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

Cover Photo: AP

Announcement: This is the combined issue 8 and 9, Vol 34 of DhakaCourier. There will be no issue on Friday, September 8 due to Eid ul Azha holiday. The issue 10, Vol.34, will appear on Friday, 15 September 2017.


A word from the Editor-in-Chief

The call of Eid-ul-Azha

Enayetullah Khan


Nation/ Worls this week


Cover Story

Dangerous Liaisons

Courier Briefing

Fall from grace

Denis D. Gray, Associated Press



Terrorism by a Jihadi name

Afsan Chowdhury


Time & Space

The brickbats around the Chief Justice

Syed Badrul Ahsan


Money Talk

‘The middle class is transforming’

Staff Correspondent



UNEP Young Champions: Vote for Nazbin, vote for Bangladesh

AKM Moinuddin

In the footsteps of John Paul

Diplomatic Correspondent

Cattle trade rises in southwestern frontier

Wafiur Rahman, back from Jessore

Tiling Dreams

Staff Correspondent



Incorporating fibre optic cables to existing power distribution infrastructure

Tariq Al Banna



Joy through sacrifice

Syed Ashraf Ali



A long but disease-stricken life

Staff Correspondent


Book Review

Higher Education in Private Universities: Challenges and Opportunities

S. M. Rayhanul Islam



Cruelty unabated in the classroom

Sir Frank Peters



Nasima Khanom Queenie – A wildly restless talent

Film screenings and reminiscence for Abdur Razzak

Conference on improving museums in the digital age

Kanthashilon’s new drama Jadur Latim

Martyred poet Meherunnesa remembered

Cultural Correspondent


Courier Asks: Can North Korea be tamed?

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