5 Reasons why men will always cheat on women

5 Reasons why men will always cheat on women

Although it is true that men cheat, it would be unfair to say that all men cheat. Women also cheat on their partners. However, since we are discussing men we will stick with them. Men don’t always cheat on their partners because they have stopped loving them. There can be a host of other reasons,

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When hate goes viral: the dangers of social media in Bangladesh

When hate goes viral: the dangers of social media in Bangladesh

Ashif Rabi: Last November, a group of Bangladeshi Muslims attacked a Hindu neighbourhood in the eastern part of Bangladesh. Thousands of people ransacked the temples and homes of Hindu families.  Attacks such as these on minorities are not a new thing in Bangladesh, but this particular incident had a relatively new feature: the use of

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US thought India will capture PoK after Bangladesh war: CIA

US thought India will capture PoK after Bangladesh war: CIA

The United States government had thought that the then Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi might order an attack on West Pakistan to capture Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir after India’s operation to create Bangladesh got over, recently declassified Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) documents say. As per CIA reports and minutes of high-level meetings in Washington on India-Pakistan tensions, it

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Much loved banned Indian movies

Much loved banned Indian movies

Many Indian films that indulge in strong language, suggestive scenes, gender taboos, Kashmir issues and religion banned by censor board but not that the viewers missed any of it! Here’s a list of movies which the censor board banned: Neel Akasher Neechey (1959) Neel Akasher Neechey (Bengali: নীল আকাশের নীচে Nil akasher niche, “Under the

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BNP’S dilemma: Whether to keep or leave Jamaat!

BNP’S dilemma: Whether to keep or leave Jamaat!

Anis Ahmed: BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia has announced plan for starting a national campaign against terrorism and militancy plaguing the country recently. She also proposed to discuss and share opinions with all partners in the BNP-led 20-party alliance and people in other spheres of the society. But Khaleda did not say whether she would

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Almost every hero is a stalker in Indian cinema

Almost every hero is a stalker in Indian cinema

Sunayana Suresh: The recent murder of S Swathi, a young software engineer, in broad daylight by her alleged stalker has brought back the debate about the lopsided portrayal of love in cinema, in which, more often than not, stalking is masked as candyfloss romance. Online posts and tweets have already got many people debating this

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Bangladesh earthquake warning: 140 million people at risk

Bangladesh earthquake warning: 140 million people at risk

Peter Hannam: As many as 140 million people in Bangladesh may be at risk from a huge earthquake as pressure builds beneath the surface of one of the world’s most densely populated nations, US and Bangladeshi scientists say. Sediment flows from the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers have layered parts of the country with as much

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Storming heaven: A revolt in Makkah

Storming heaven: A revolt in Makkah

Nadeem F. Paracha: In 2010, I met a carpenter named Mateeullah (aka Matee Ghara). ‘Ghara’ in Urdu means carpenter. Matee at the time seemed to be in his early 70s. He was from my ancestral hometown, Makhad in the Attock District (North Punjab).

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Emerging crisis shadows the govt: Time to bell the cat!

Emerging crisis shadows the govt: Time to bell the cat!

ANIS AHMED: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has received many praises and citations overseas for her leadership, sagacity, determination and struggle to sustain democracy in Bangladesh under stressing situation. But she also deserves a note of thanks for her unparalleled level of tolerance and extreme cool under adverse conditions. She has yet to take any specific move

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Boko Haram freed Nigerian women tell of captivity horror

Boko Haram freed Nigerian women tell of captivity horror

Former hostages held by Boko Haram militants in northern Nigeria say some fellow captives were stoned to death as the army approached to rescue them. The women said Boko Haram fighters started pelting them when they refused to run away as the army came nearer. A group of nearly 300 women and children was brought

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