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Drug adulteration: Take stern actions against culprits

It is very much difficult to find out uncontaminated commodities in the country. Almost all products have been fallen in prey of Adulteration.  People now are suffering from many of chronic diseases after having contaminated foods.

Take stern action against persons behind question leak

Question paper leak is one of the most common and unwanted topic of nowadays. It has become so frequent these days.

Long way to go

Bangladeshi scientists’ work disclosing the genome sequence of jute has earned them international recognition. Recognition of three genome codes of jute is the biggest achievement for Bangladesh.

We expect fair elections

Former Secretary Nurul Huda has been appointed as Chief Election Commissioner. Four others also got appointments as Election Commissioners.

Quick steps needed to curb noise pollution

Noise pollution is increasing at an alarming rate in the capital Dhaka. The pollution is on the rise not only in Dhaka but also at almost all divisional cities.

Let new thinking spread through Book Fair

February is the month memorable for the sacrifices of language martyrs. Various arrangements related to Bangla language and culture will be made all over the month across the country.

Setting fire to school: Take action against culprits

Education is the backbone of a nation and educational institutions play a vital role in building up the foundation of that backbone.

Search committee and our expectations

An independent and neutral Election Commission is unavoidable to hold an acceptable election. It is very difficult job to form an Election Commission acceptable to all political parties.

Red card to child marriage

A player is shown red card to send him or her off the field for misconduct in various forms of sports mainly in football.

Chance to export manpower in Malaysia should be utilised

Door to export manpower in Malaysia from Bangladesh has been opened up after a long wait.

Quick execution of verdict required

A court in Narayanganj on Monday delivered its verdict in the sensational seven-murder case. The court of Narayanganj District Sessions Judge sentenced 26 people to death and nine other for seven to 17 years’ of imprisonment among the 35 accused.

Let Boro season fill with crops

Bengali month Magh is the appropriate month for Boro cultivation. Farmers are passing their busy time in producing paddy.

Achievements many, expectations too many

Ruling Awami League came to power for two consecutive periods after the general election held on January 5, 2014.

Textbooks must be flawless and standard

Students of primary and high schools have got new textbooks free of cost at their hands at the start of the new year. The Education Ministry has been implementing the initiatives taken by it for last few years.

Earthquake: Proper preparation needed to avoid disaster

The entire country including the capital Dhaka was again jolted by an earthquake measuring 5.5 on the Richter scale on January 3. The earthquake was felt around 3:09pm in the country.

E‐voting proposal ill‐motivated: BNP

Senior Correspondent: Terming ‘ill‐motivated’ Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s suggestion for introducing ‘e‐voting’ in the next parliamentary elections, BNP said it is her another tactic to divert people’s concentration to a different direction from the ‘controversial’ Chief Election Commissioner (CEC).