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Political catharsis, or?

A talk show on Feb 7th night concluded with an assertion by ruling Awami League that `nothing will happen tomorrow (Feb 8th)` surrounding the verdict in the graft case against ex-premier and BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia. He meant to dispel escalating tensions lest there should be outbreaks of violence if she were imprisoned. It`s a case against a top political leader, so if `nothing` happens in the one part of the parallelogram that negates anything in the other part that could fan the fire. Then? A catharsis in the political harikiri lies in store, giving a crucial national election a chance? 

Traffic problem: Is modern transportation engineering a solution?

Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh and the habitat of 14,399,000 people, who, naturally, face various problems. But what is the one common thing that people in Dhaka face every day? The answer is simple: traffic jam. There is no way to escape this problem for the city-dwellers. There are lots of reasons why Dhaka is facing the nagging problem more than the other cities of the country. But the solutions to this particular problem is one. By practicing the best and latest modern-day transportation engineering, the engineers can help solve this problem.


Exercise `may beat brain shrinkage`

Exercising in your 70s may stop your brain from shrinking and showing the signs of ageing linked to dementia, say experts from Edinburgh University.

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