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The guise of objectivity

The guise of objectivity

Opinion

Sun, May 6 2018

Suppression of facts is a worrying notion for any democratic society

A complex web of crises

A complex web of crises

Business

Wed, Feb 14 2018

How the banking crisis is spilling over into the rest of the economy and into society itself

11 myths about the Rohingya crisis

11 myths about the Rohingya crisis

Fardin Hasin

Sat, Sep 9 2017

Let’s clear out a few misconceptions

For peace in the CHT

For peace in the CHT

Fardin Hasin

Tue, Jun 20 2017

The conflict in the CHT is more complicated than it seems

They’ll be watching you

They’ll be watching you

Fardin Hasin

Wed, Apr 5 2017

Is it the government’s job to act like a parent?

Of traitors and patriots

Of traitors and patriots

Fardin Hasin

Wed, Dec 21 2016

Not being a Bengali Muslim in Bangladesh has a steep price

Secularism is just a facade

Secularism is just a facade

Fardin Hasin

Sun, Nov 13 2016

A revaluation of our institutions is in order

Violence is a culture now

Violence is a culture now

Fardin Hasin

Sat, Oct 8 2016

Our society has a morbid fascination with violence

Stereotyping the enemy

Stereotyping the enemy

Fardin Hasin

Sat, Sep 17 2016

Do we really know terrorism as well as we think?

The safe places are gone

The safe places are gone

Fardin Hasin

Sat, Sep 3 2016

A hauntingly beautiful over-bridge will never be the same again

We’ve always been under attack

We’ve always been under attack

Fardin Hasin

Wed, Jul 27 2016

The harsh truth behind our extremism problem

Dessert, anyone?

Dessert, anyone?

Fardin Hasin

Wed, Jun 22 2016

Nadiya Hussain might be a success story, but her story is British, not Bangladeshi