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Policy

Public health policy formulation: 'Right people not in the right place'

The right people are not being placed in the right place at the right time while formulating public health policies and the grassroots voices are also missing in the process, a study revealed Monday

Dengue patients undergo treatment at a Dhaka hospital

Bangladesh to extend policy support for investment-friendly environment: PM Hasina

Prime minister Hasina expressed her hope that through this conference, investors will be able to learn more about the potential of Bangladesh

Bangladesh to extend policy support for investment-friendly environment: PM Hasina

Harassment of women and girls

Failure of individuals and the policymakers

An individual cannot be a perfect citizen from birth with the knowledge of moral and ethical values of the society in which s/he is born

Failure of individuals and the policymakers

Modi backs down on farm reforms in surprise victory for protesters

Modi’s capitulation leaves unresolved a complex system of farm subsidies and price supports that critics say the government cannot afford

In this file photo taken on 26 January 2021 a farmer throws back a tear gas shell fired by the police to disperse them during a tractor rally as farmers continue to demonstrate against the central government's recent agricultural reforms in New Delhi

G20 Summit

France, US seek to ease tension over arms export rules

France has been seeking clarity over a set of US arms export controls known as the International Traffic in Arms Regulations

US president Joe Biden meets with French president Emmanuel Macron ahead of the G20 summit in Rome, Italy on 29 October 2021

USAID launches new initiative to accelerate clean energy transition, improve energy access in South Asia

The clean energy transition will support women’s economic empowerment and lead to a wide range of economic and health benefits for the region’s 1.5 billion citizens

High-voltage power lines and electricity pylons pictured near Berlin, on 7 November 2006

BIPSS-Dhaka Tribune roundtable

Quad, AUKUS and shifting dynamics in the Indo-Pacific

At a roundtable on ‘Quad and AUKUS: Creating Strategic Ripples in the Indo-Pacific’, organised jointly by Bangladesh Institute of Peace and Security Studies (BIPSS) and Dhaka Tribune, participants ...

(L-R) Parvez Karim Abbasi, Shahedul Anam Khan, ANM Muniruzzaman, Zafar Sobhan, Touhid Hossain

Afghanistan neighbours told to say no to US, NATO presence

It was important to curb and control migration flows from Afghanistan and that criminal and terrorist elements were already trying to enter Afghanistan’s neighbours disguised as refugees, said Lavrov

In this file photo taken on 6 June 2019, US soldiers look out over hillsides during a visit of the commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan general Scott Miller at the Afghan National Army (ANA) checkpoint in Nerkh district of Wardak province.

Bangladesh learning a lot from China in poverty alleviation: Dipu Moni

She appreciated Chinese outstanding contribution towards Bangladesh’s socio-economic and education sectors, and urged the Asian giant to strengthen it in the days to come

Bangladesh learning a lot from China in poverty alleviation: Dipu Moni

Interview: Shashwata Bhattacharya

Material development alone cannot help sustain the key spirit of state

We are continuously losing ground to say proudly that this is a country imbued with the spirit of Liberation War

Material development alone cannot help sustain the key spirit of state
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