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Diamonds make a woman weep and a man weak in the knees

In the 1953 classic Hollywood film, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Marilyn...

The grim message wars have for children

Two photographs taken recently in Aleppo city in war-torn Syria...

Weak bank messaging system increases security challenges

More than a dozen current and former board directors and...

Implications of new EU regulation to curb market abuse

During the last 50 years, innumerable rules and regulations have...

Syrian civil war: The battle rages on

Since the civil war in Syria started on March 15,...

Brexit and King Canute

The legend of King Canute describes how an early Anglo-Saxon...

Recalling the tragedy of August 15, 1975

In 1975, we were about 34 years of age in...

US professor delves into economic divide

Joseph E. Stiglitz left academia in 1993 to serve on...

Equitable provision of early childhood care and education

Early childhood care and education (ECCE) has become a key...

Free trade\'s diminishing returns

In its May 2010 "Global Survey," McKinsey & Company reported...

Brexit fudge: The British are quite comfortable with ambiguity

"Brexit means Brexit," Theresa May, the United Kingdom's new prime...

Sustainable development through environmental protection

We now live in a modern, consumerist and largely urbanised...

Bangladesh: Inclusiveness versus xenophobia

Even 10 to 15 years ago, busy Dhaka roads and...

Factoring market is on the rise

There are two types of financing under documentary credit: ...

Australia\'s puerile politics on the global stage

For students of incomprehensible behaviour by otherwise apparently intelligent leaders,...

Brexit -- not an unexpected move!

During the last one month, hectic discussion has been going...

How Bengalee reformers shaped the educational thoughts of society

'Education' is a social phenomenon as well as an indispensable...

Essentials of the Qur\'an for Muslims

Essentials of the Qur'an for Muslims, authored by Barrister Salauddin...

The Basel III Accord--its impact on economy

Banks are a vital part of a nation's economy. In...

A nostalgic collage of memories

Dhaka has been changing fast, especially over the last two...

Terror in Dhaka: Pain of a Bangladeshi-American

The recent tragedy in Dhaka, Bangladesh, where a group of...

US presidential polls race generates heat

The selection of presidential nominee by the Republican National Committee...

For meaningful reforms of the University of Dhaka

The University of Dhaka, the oldest and largest University in...