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A stubborn mismatch  

Much to the disappointment of the policymakers, the country's stock market instead of showing any sign of recovery recorded a continuous fall during the first couple of weeks of the new financial year (FY), 2019-20. The main index (DSEX) of...

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Modi's India and Trump-led Ultra-nationalist Reactionary International  

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in New Delhi...

Central banks at bay: A looming currency war?  

Time was when members of the blue-ribbon committee of central...

Proactive approach to achieve energy efficiency

Import of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to meet growing energy...

Skills development: Making good use of our demographic dividend

Monday, July 15, marks the World Youth Skills Day proclaimed...

Trump instigating war against Iran

The protracted wars in Syria and Yemen have divided Middle...

Savings tools vs monetary policy management

The government's net borrowing from state-owned savings instruments registered a...

Planned industrialisation for urban resilience  

The No.11 point of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) makes...

Facebook and friends threaten to Libralise the world

On 17 June, a Facebook white paper proposed a new...

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Waterlogging: A regressive phenomenon

It may not sound surprising if people in the near future begin calling Dhaka a metonymy for all kinds of waterlogging. Waterlogging and the accompanying sufferings might one day come to be known as 'Dhaka syndrome'. The pitiable situation may also include the lackadaisical performance of the authorities concerned in...

Slow moving rickshaws choking traffic  

SLOW-MOVING and manually driven rickshaws are a cause for traffic...