Our city planning is either ignored, or based on erroneous principles
Is Afghanistan really a better country now than it was in 2001?
A history and analysis of the culture of clubs in Bangladesh
The new date pushes the previously held timeline back by 2,000 years
The inclusive elections were the first since Pakistan was carved out in 1947
Azam Khan played an integral role in Bangladesh's journey through history
Bangabandhu placed the demands to end the exploitation, deprivation, subjugation, and tyranny of the...
Is there such a thing as being too woke?
The tense few days leading up to the start of the Liberation War
Buddhism was the medium that carried the message of peace and civilizations to both lands
Historical narratives are certainly welcome, but when it is long yarns that are spun by individuals,...
To uproot the trees at Suhrawardy Udyan would be akin to uprooting history
Why the idea of a unified struggle with Pakistan’s exiled political leaders failed in 1971
Is the old wound the root cause of the recent conflict between Palestine and Israel?
On the events surrounding Sheikh Mujib’s return from Mianwali Jail to Dhaka
Britain is looking to finally acknowledge the brave foreign heroes that fought during WWI
How Mujibnagar came to be
Remembering the forgotten reports of the Hamoodur Rahman Commission
He has left behind a glowing legacy
The idea of secularism in Bangladesh was always inextricably tied with the principle of tolerance --...
With the passing of the Duke of Edinburgh, one of the last representatives of a system that had endured...
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