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HEADLINE
Conflicting stances lead to rescheduling of EU's GSP
The European Union (EU) has deferred enforcement of its relaxed rules, known as Generalised System o
 
Govtís net borrowing down, interest payment up
The government's net borrowing through national savings instruments continued to decline during the
 
Money Loan Court helps banks recover Tk 320m
Delinquent borrowers paid over Tk. 320 million to 10 banks, including the Rupali Bank and the Uttara
 
POLITICS & POLICIES
Hasina grills govt for selling relief rice in exchange of money
Leader of the Opposition and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina accused the government Friday of s
 
Govt not taking steps to minimise miseries of Monga-hit people: CPB
The Communist Party of Bangladesh (CPB) has alleged that the government is not taking any noticeable
 
Sri Lankansí bid for election seen as two-horse race
COLOMBO, Oct 7 (Reuters): Thirteen men registered Friday to run for Sri Lanka's presidency, but the
 
METRO & COUNTRY
RU achieves significant success in infrastructure dev, academic fields
RAJSHAHI, Oct 7 (BSS): Rajshahi University, the second largest public institution for higher educati
 
Govt initiates 5-year natíl plan of action for child welfare
The government has taken up a five-year national plan of action from 2005 to 2010 for the protection
 
BRDB disburses Tk 535m loan in Chittagong
CHITTAGONG, Oct 7 (BSS): Bangladesh Rural Development Board (BRDB), encouraged by the loan recovery
 
VIEWS & REVIEWS
Wired for sound on my mobile
Almost exactly four years ago Apple Computer (www.apple.com) helped start the portable digital music
 
Musicians tell how to beat system
Major labels Sony BMG and EMI are releasing more and more new CDs that block fans from dragging thei
 
Complex tech gadgets pose challenges
TiVos, Treos and BlackBerrys. Wi-Fi, HDTV and plasma screens. Picture phones, digital cameras, iPods
 
EDITORIAL
The tax ombudsman
A government depends on its citizens to run the administration. It needs not only the loyalty and s
 
Development of coal mines in Bangladesh
THE government could not develop coalmines for a long time for lack of financing. But foreign compan
 
Free market dictates calls charges
In order to materialise the strategic vision behind liberalisation of the Telecom sector, the govern
 
LETTER TO EDITOR
Beyond industrial policies
INDUSTRIAL policies so far introduced by different governments in the past read fine on paper. They
 
The real concerns in education
It appears that providing of quality education these days is a secondary or no concern of the teac
 
COMPANY & FINANCE
Govt move to rein in prices leaves little impact on market
The government initiatives to rein in the prices of essential commodities during the fasting month o
 
Tk 330m gas supply scheme in Mymensingh
The government has implemented a Tk 330 million (33 crore) programme to distribute gas in greater My
 
Islam group signs agreement with GrameenPhone
Islam Group, one of the leading business houses of the country, signed an agreement with GrameenPhon
 
SPORTS
Gilchrist blitz seals Super Series
MELBOURNE, Australia, Oct 7 (AFP): Australia romped to victory in the ICC Super Series on the back o
 
Park, Shunsuke, Ali head for Asian Player of Year
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 7 (AFP): Manchester United winger Park Ji-Sung, Celtic midfielder Shunsuke Nakamur
 
LEGENDS - Jack Hobbs
Jack Hobbs worked as an assistant to his father on cricket grounds until he was nineteen. For a game
 
WORLD
8 dead in Pakistan mosque attack
MONG, (Pakistan), Oct 7 (AFP): Masked gunmen with Kalashnikov rifles stormed into a mosque belonging
 
Arroyo brands foes thieves, coup plotters
KORONADAL, (Philippines), Oct 7 (AFP):Philippines President Gloria Arroyo Friday heaped scorn on her
 
New York subway clamps down over terror threat
NEW YORK, Oct 7 (AFP): New York's subways were under increased security Friday after receiving what
 
 

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