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Nothing more to occupy

Ekram Kabir

Sat, Jun 9 2018

I just came across a great article in Kolkata’s Anandabazar Patrika in which the writer

Bonds of relations

Shireen Phasha

Sat, Jun 9 2018

This being human is a guest house Every morning a new arrival. A joy, a

A royal wedding and the predictable...

Esam Sohail

Sat, Jun 9 2018

Another British royal wedding and another mass episode of faux outrage by the usual crowd.

The night of decree

Shireen Pasha

Fri, Jun 8 2018

B elief, like fear or love, is a force to be understood as we understand

Two and two make five

Qamrul Huda

Fri, Jun 8 2018

On this day, nearly 70 years ago, the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four was published. Some say

Expectations from the NHRC

Luba Khalili

Fri, Jun 8 2018

The “killing” of Teknaf municipality councillor Akramul Haque has emerged as one of the...

Beauty and love inspired by the...

Shireen Phasha

Thu, Jun 7 2018

It was said unto her: Enter the hall. And when she saw it she deemed

June 1966, Six Points, and the making...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Thu, Jun 7 2018

June 7 remains a seminal moment in national history, a definitive point of reference in

What Marx got wrong

Shafiqur Rahman

Thu, Jun 7 2018

While Adam Smith developed his theory of the market-economy based on a timeless view of

The reality of being India’s...

Ziauddin Choudhury

Wed, Jun 6 2018

Time and again, whenever our prime minister happens to meet her counterpart in India, whether

Free the press

Shireen Pasha

Wed, Jun 6 2018

Imagine that we are all one mass of colliding colourful molecules, and that we are

What Marx got right

Shafiqur Rahman

Wed, Jun 6 2018

Whether communist revolutions ever succeed or not, Karl Marx, whose birth bicentennial was celebrated...

Kicking the habit (and the bucket)

SN Rasul

Tue, Jun 5 2018

Drugs, like prostitution, present us with an interesting and important question we must ask...

Poor in the city

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Tue, Jun 5 2018

Urbanisation is a seemingly inevitable consequence of modernization and economic development. The Industrial...

Ways to heal ourselves

Shireen Phasha

Tue, Jun 5 2018

In addition to people with thyroid disorders, I meet many people who say they are

Middle East ‘El Dorado’ turns sour

Towheed Feroze

Mon, Jun 4 2018

Of late, there have been several reports about the plight of Bangladeshi female workers who

Returning to the moon and other celestial...

Shireen Pasha

Mon, Jun 4 2018

How magnificent it is to live by the cycles of the moon and pray by

Stand by them

Anik Kabir

Mon, Jun 4 2018

Enamul Haque, the Gobindaganj local correspondent of Bangla daily Samakal, has seriously been beaten...

The furor over Palestine

Muhammad Zamir

Sun, Jun 3 2018

Analysts in general agree that the gulf between Washington and the rest of the world

From madrasas to the liberal arts

Shireen Pasha

Sun, Jun 3 2018

What was said to the rose that made it open Was said to me here

A step closer to justice for rape...

Miti Sanjana

Sun, Jun 3 2018

The High Court has delivered a landmark judgment issuing 18 directives that any police station