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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

Giving women the recognition they are...

Giving women the recognition they are...

Amreeta Lethe Chowdhury

Sun, Mar 8 2020

Women’s Day will be important for as long as there is gender disparity in the world

Living in the era of populist...

Living in the era of populist...

Parvez Karim Abbasi

Mon, Mar 2 2020

Is this unprecedented or is history repeating itself?

Fair and square

Fair and square

Abak Hussain

Sat, Feb 15 2020

We have no shortage of books, but do we have intellectual freedom? 

Never again

Never again

Mahmudur Rahman

Wed, Jan 29 2020

Don’t let atrocities get lost in history 

The day Bangabandhu came home

The day Bangabandhu came home

Editorial

Thu, Jan 9 2020

Let us promise ourselves to become better as a people, and as a nation

Between the rich  and poor

Between the rich and poor

Mir Aftabuddin Ahmed

Mon, Dec 23 2019

Why Bangladesh should change its understanding of development

A journey of secularism

A journey of secularism

Swadesh Roy

Wed, Dec 18 2019

A legacy of patriotism and bravery

The day our best minds were taken away...

The day our best minds were taken away...

Opinion

Sat, Dec 14 2019

The best way to honour our martyred intellectuals is to uphold the value of education

The young will drive the new digital...

The young will drive the new digital...

Wasif Jamal Khan

Sat, Dec 7 2019

Digitalization has opened the doors for mass involvement

Saving the freedom of thought

Saving the freedom of thought

Anik Kabir

Thu, Oct 24 2019

Do we still want to be human?

What is secularism?

What is secularism?

Farzana Mahmood

Wed, Oct 23 2019

The freedom to transform lives

Private universities need freedom to...

Private universities need freedom to...

Editorial

Sat, Oct 19 2019

Nothing good comes of too much meddling from above

A pressing matter

A pressing matter

Editorial

Fri, May 3 2019

Do we wish to live in a country where the press is in handcuffs?

Remembering Bangabandhu and our...

Remembering Bangabandhu and our...

Syed Badrul Haque

Tue, Mar 26 2019

Bangabandhu elected to opt out of ministerial comfort and be with his people to galvanize them to...