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OP-ED: The trodden path

OP-ED: The trodden path

Sumit Basu

Tue, Jul 27 2021

Philosophies, institutions, and systems prescribe conduct and exercise control

OP-ED: Pitstop on a snowy eve

OP-ED: Pitstop on a snowy eve

Nafis Shahriar

Sun, Jul 18 2021

Why Qurbanir Eid is a time of transition

ARTICLE 19 concerned over treatment...

ARTICLE 19 concerned over treatment...

South Asia

Thu, Jun 3 2021

Pakistan ranked 145 out of 180 countries on Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom

OP-ED: Between being free and being...

OP-ED: Between being free and being...

Nafis Shahriar

Mon, Mar 22 2021

In a capitalistic society, is personal freedom nothing more than a myth?

Modi: Bangabandhu is a hero for all...

Modi: Bangabandhu is a hero for all...

Bangladesh

Wed, Mar 17 2021

The Indian prime minister also described Bangabandhu as a champion of human rights and freedom

Freedom House: No South Asian country...

Freedom House: No South Asian country...

South Asia

Sun, Mar 7 2021

Afghanistan found to be ‘not free’ in the annual report by the US-based watchdog

Report: Less than 20% of global population...

Less than 20% of global population live...

World

Sun, Mar 7 2021

Nations with a decline in political rights and civil liberties have outnumbered nations with gains by...

ED: The speech that defined the soul...

ED: The speech that defined the soul...

Editorial

Sun, Mar 7 2021

Standing at the year 2021, we still feel inspired by Bangabandhu’s call

OP-ED: ‘The struggle this time is the...

OP-ED: ‘The struggle this time is the...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Sun, Mar 7 2021

The Dhaka Tribune presents the English rendering of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s seminal...

OP-ED: Everything and nothing

OP-ED: Everything and nothing

Nafis Shahriar

Sun, Mar 7 2021

There will always be conflicting people and ideologies in the world

ED: When a law paves the way for...

ED: When a law paves the way for...

Editorial

Fri, Feb 26 2021

Such circumstances affect the public’s trust and confidence in the rule of law

OP-ED: Where would we be without...

OP-ED: Where would we be without...

Nafis Shahriar

Sun, Feb 21 2021

On February 21, we shed blood for Bangla, but we what really fought for, was our freedom

OP-ED: The search for a sane...

OP-ED: The search for a sane...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Tue, Jan 5 2021

In our capitalistic societies, is freedom largely illusory?

OP-ED: The castle in the clouds

OP-ED: The castle in the clouds

Nafis Shahriar

Sun, Nov 22 2020

Freedom and dreams come at a cost

OP-ED: When quarantine is normal...

OP-ED: When quarantine is normal...

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Fri, Oct 2 2020

The girls in our country were in lockdown even before the pandemic 

ED: An impediment to progress

ED: An impediment to progress

Editorial

Sun, Sep 27 2020

Sustainable development can only be achieved through empowering the citizens of a nation through the...

OP-ED: Of police excesses and the curious...

OP-ED: Of police excesses and the curious...

Rifat Munim

Sat, Sep 5 2020

Will a citizen like Shipra enjoy the same basic rights as a police officer or a BCL activist?

OP-ED: Chitta Ranjan Dutta: Soldier...

OP-ED: Chitta Ranjan Dutta: Soldier...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Wed, Aug 26 2020

The great fighter’s passing revives thoughts on our lost values

OP-ED: How force majeure affects the...

OP-ED: How force majeure affects the...

Anusha Islam Raha

Sun, Aug 9 2020

A clause that was initially created to protect contracting parties is now being misused by buyers as...

Egypt grapples with women's freedoms...

Egypt grapples with women's freedoms...

World

Sun, Aug 2 2020

Many in the deeply conservative country have cheered on the arrests, as traditional social values clash...

Journalists are not the enemy

Journalists are not the enemy

Editorial

Thu, May 7 2020

The laws are written with much room for re-interpretation