- October 14, 2017
Myanmar’s insistence that the campaign is merely a response to the ARSA attack thus no longer holds water
We have too many problems, from textbooks riddled with errors and sexist narratives, to politically motivated school administrations
How much of the atrocity against the Rohingya is taking place with her consent?
The streets of Dhaka breed chaos
Are we complicit in rape culture?
Disappearances are, unfortunately, a recurring problem for us as a nation
We need to look beyond safe zones in helping the Rohingya
The introduction of the Rapid Pass is probably one of the most important steps towards revolutionising our current public transport system
Tackling mental health issues in adolescents is instrumental to our future
How women are helping develop Bangladesh in places that matter most
Despite all the progress we have made, hunger continues to be a problem for the nation
The international community should be past the point of wondering whether or not ethnic cleansing is really going on in the Rakhine state
For a better world for visually-impaired people
Once someone falls into poverty, hope fades quickly
Will America ever change its gun laws?
The creation of knowledge thrives where there is pluralism and democracy
Creating awareness about earthquake preparation would go a long way. So far, many still remain in the dark with regards to how to respond when disaster strikes
Digital payments can save billions in saving time by making banking and other administrative procedures seamless and hassle-free
How can we foster greater interest in literature?
Palliative care in Bangladesh has a long way to go