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OP-ED: Are extremists exploiting the...

OP-ED: Are extremists exploiting the...

Saleem Samad

Mon, Jul 13 2020

Conspiracy theories and disinformation are spreading at an alarming rate

OP-ED: Brick Lane matters

OP-ED: Brick Lane matters

Niaz Alam

Fri, Jul 3 2020

‘The past is steeped in shame, but tomorrow’s fair game’

OP-ED: What Hong Kong’s slipping autonomy...

OP-ED: What Hong Kong’s slipping autonomy...

Umran Chowdhury

Sat, May 30 2020

Imposing autocracy on a thriving capitalist system is not the answer

Is a vaccine on the way?

Is a vaccine on the way?

Raqibul Mohammad Anwar

Thu, May 14 2020

With social distancing failing in many regards, vaccines may be our only hope

First special flight with 264 UK citizens...

First special flight with 264 UK citizens...

Coronavirus

Tue, Apr 21 2020

The UK is scheduled to operate four special flights from Dhaka to London

The British did not impoverish India’s...

The British did not impoverish India’s...

Rumi Kawser

Sat, Feb 15 2020

Why Shashi Tharoor is wrong

Renegades and enduring royal

Renegades and enduring royal

Towheed Feroze

Sun, Jan 19 2020

Is Mexit a battle between the staid old order and a bold new one?

Will Johnson succeed where May...

Will Johnson succeed where May...

Muhammad Zamir

Sun, Aug 11 2019

Preparing for Brexit and more

The not-so-famed diplomacy

The not-so-famed diplomacy

Mahmudur Rahman

Thu, Aug 8 2019

The situation in Hong Kong is a mess created by the British 

Iran says it seized tanker after collision,...

Iran says it seized tanker after collision,...

Middle East

Sat, Jul 20 2019

Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards took control of the Stena Impero in the Strait of Hormuz on Friday...

Diplomats in their state of...

Diplomats in their state of...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Thu, Jul 11 2019

They need to be morally courageous individuals

Colonial legacies of the criminal justice...

Colonial legacies of the criminal justice...

Hussain MF Bari

Sun, Jun 16 2019

Our legal system is still mired in a sea of outdated, colonial-era trappings

British Defence Secretary Williamson...

British defence secretary sacked over...

Europe

Wed, May 1 2019

Williamson ‘strenuously’ denied involvement in the leak

The legal dilemma of Shamima’s...

The legal dilemma of Shamima’s...

Taslima Yasmin

Tue, Apr 30 2019

The limits of Bangladeshi citizenship

Kashmir once again

Kashmir once again

Partha S Ghosh

Fri, Mar 8 2019

Is it becoming another Hundred Years War?

Britain cannot evade its...

Britain cannot evade its...

Tribune Desk

Tue, Feb 26 2019

The UK’s decision to strip Shamima Begum of her citizenship makes no sense

Bangladeshi-origin man among quizmasters...

Bangladeshi-origin man among quizmasters...

Europe

Tue, Feb 5 2019

For a fee of £2,000, the applicants are reportedly able to answer the questions after being provided...

How to get married during a World Cup...

How to get married during a World Cup...

D2

Sat, Jul 7 2018

Here’s how the British are handling wedding ceremonies during their most anticipated World Cup...

Why no one hears the Commonwealth...

Why no one hears the Commonwealth...

Anik Kabir

Thu, Apr 26 2018

Some people look for good in the Commonwealth as a means of transcending British imperialism

Lucy Holt receives gratis visa for 15...

Lucy Holt receives gratis visa for 15...

Nation

Fri, Feb 2 2018

Lucy Helen Frances Holt, a British citizen who has been living in Bangladesh for the last 58 years, wishes...

Meet UK’s first British-Bangladeshi...

Meet UK’s first British-Bangladeshi...

Europe

Sat, Aug 19 2017

Akhlaq is the son of two expatriates who migrated to the UK before the Liberation War