Why March 21 matters in the history of South Asia
A premier player in the history of Bangladesh has been resuscitated in erratic fashion
Remembering the immortal speech of March 7
The Pilkhana tragedy left an indelible stain on our national identity
February 21 holds far more significance to our history than we have been led to believe
The son of Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy carried on his father’s legacy until his death
Our country would do well to listen to its brightest minds
Have we battered our history? Or swept it under the rug?
Ignoring men like Ahmed Shafi would be unwise
The story of January 10, 1972
Remembering Shawkat Osman (January 2, 1917-May 14, 1998) on his birthday
Expectations of democracy, secularism, nationalism, and socialism
Why a standalone ministry for religious minorities is a bad idea
Not everything needs a new name
Dr Hossain’s legacy is unquestionable. This is the concluding part of yesterday’s op-ed
Dr Hossain’s legacy is unquestionable. This is the first part of a two-part op-ed
In South Asia, history is replete with irony
Is South Asia falling into religious extremism?
Why is the integrity of Dr Kamal Hossain being questioned?
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