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Remembering Dipan

Remembering Dipan

Arts & Letters

Thu, Apr 6 2017

Faisal Arefin Dipan Sharangrantha is a heartfelt appeal to not let Dipan’s dreams of an enlightened and...

What happens now?

What happens now?

Shuprova Tasneem , Shuprova Tasneem

Thu, Mar 23 2017

The Westminster attack has some things for Bangladeshis to think about

Not just a label

Not just a label

Feminism needs to represent all women

Juicing the stats

Juicing the stats

Shuprova Tasneem , Shuprova Tasneem

Tue, Feb 28 2017

How development indicators trump children’s rights

'In between interpreting and creating...

'In between interpreting and creating...

D2

Mon, Feb 20 2017

An interview with artist Boris Eldagsen

Adopting a library

Adopting a library

Weekend Tribune

Sun, Feb 19 2017

UPL encourages book-lovers to help foster reading this February

Engage the senses

Engage the senses

D2

Thu, Dec 8 2016

The installations to look out for at the Asian Art Biennale

‘There is a political-economic context...

‘There is a political-economic context...

Magazine

Tue, Dec 6 2016

In conversation with Dr Nayanika Mookherjee

Blurring the line between fiction and...

Blurring the line between fiction and...

Arts & Letters

Fri, Nov 11 2016

This year, too, brings with it a healthy dose of journalism, taking it one step further, featuring those...

Think bigger, think differently

Think bigger, think differently

Magazine

Fri, Nov 11 2016

This year, investment banker and media executive turned social entrepreneur Durreen Shahnaz made headlines...

It's important for women of colour to...

It's important for women of colour to...

D2

Thu, Nov 10 2016

A chat with DLF 2016 panellist Vuyelwa Maluleke

Can they be silenced?

Can they be silenced?

Arts & Letters

Thu, Nov 10 2016

The silencing of writers, journalists and proponents of free speech is a reality all across the world,...

The basic is a given, what's interesting...

The basic is a given, what's interesting...

Magazine

Fri, Oct 28 2016

Aga Khan Award winner Kashef Chowdhury talks about his work

How is a woman known?

How is a woman known?

D2

Wed, Oct 19 2016

Lalon and his views on gender

'I want to make the pain go away'

'I want to make the pain go away'

D2

Fri, Oct 14 2016

An appeal for 13 yr old cancer patient Rayhan

For a bit of a smile

For a bit of a smile

D2

Thu, Oct 6 2016

Active Citizens and their support of child cancer patients at BSMMU

Dialogues on decency

Dialogues on decency

D2

Thu, Sep 29 2016

We need to stop policing girls' bodies

There is a long way to go yet

There is a long way to go yet

D2

Thu, Sep 22 2016

The struggle for labour rights in Bangladesh

Good girls don’t do that!

Good girls don’t do that!

Uncategorized

Wed, Aug 24 2016

Bonhishikha stages It’s a SHE thing for the first time this year

Soul food

Soul food

Weekend Tribune

Thu, Aug 18 2016

Jatra Biroti's Shadhu Bhojon brings authentic deshi cuisine to the restaurant scene

Unlearning gender

Unlearning gender

D2

Wed, Aug 10 2016

Bonhishikha brings back It's a SHE thing