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Terror in the name of religion

Terror in the name of religion

Ekram Kabir

Sat, Apr 27 2019

No religion teaches humans to commit atrocities

An artistic respite at a Rohingya...

An artistic respite at a Rohingya...

Towheed Feroze

Mon, Mar 25 2019

Art is the best method to bring out the unspoken and unheard

Assad cleaning evidence of his...

Assad cleaning evidence of his...

Azeem Ibrahim

Wed, Dec 26 2018

A resolution to the Syria conflict is not in sight

Study: All of humanity is descended...

Study: All of humanity is descended...

Science

Sun, Nov 25 2018

All humans are descended from just two people and a catastrophic event almost wiped out all species 100,000...

You can’t characterize human nature...

You can’t characterize human nature...

Weekend Tribune

Thu, Nov 22 2018

Over the last century, behavioural researchers have revealed the biases and prejudices that shape how...

The wall of humanity

The wall of humanity

Weekend Tribune

Thu, Nov 22 2018

The culture of diverting people’s surpluses among the indigent is adapting fresh molds in Bangladesh...

More human than human

More human than human

Rubaiyat Kabir

Tue, Jul 24 2018

Do we have it in us to stop the scourge of animal cruelty? 

Priyanka: Learn from Bangladesh how...

Priyanka: Learn from Bangladesh how...

Foreign Affairs

Thu, May 24 2018

The Unicef Goodwill ambassador calls on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina after visiting Rohingya refugee...

True romance

True romance

Rubaiyat Kabir , Rubaiyat Kabir

Tue, Feb 13 2018

Is love worth celebrating?

Don’t let Myanmar get away with mass...

Don’t let Myanmar get away with mass...

Opinion

Sat, Feb 10 2018

Under these circumstances, why would the Rohingya want to go back home?

The power of appreciation

The power of appreciation

Ekram Kabir , Ekram Kabir

Fri, Oct 20 2017

A note of thanks goes a long way

Leading from the front

Leading from the front

Editorial

Wed, Sep 20 2017

PM Hasina’s actions heralds a new kind of Bangladesh, one where we lead, not follow, with the necessary...

Rohingya crisis: The humanity and the...

Rohingya crisis: The humanity and the...

Bangladesh

Sat, Sep 16 2017

'The Rohingya problem is currently the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world. It is a big burden to...

11 myths about the Rohingya crisis

11 myths about the Rohingya crisis

Fardin Hasin

Sat, Sep 9 2017

Let’s clear out a few misconceptions

Respecting the true  spirit of...

Respecting the true spirit of...

Editorial

Sat, May 27 2017

While Ramadan is supposed to bring out the best in people, last year’s attack in July showed us some...

Stitched in woe

Stitched in woe

Towheed Feroze

Sun, Apr 23 2017

With all the talk about its impact on the economy, there are few discussions on how Rana Plaza affected...

If death is the answer

If death is the answer

SN Rasul

Mon, Mar 27 2017

Do we know what constitutes humanity?

Animals too have rights

Animals too have rights

Rainer Ebert , Rainer Ebert

Thu, Feb 23 2017

The debate over animal welfare is now front and centre in Bangladesh

Watch: Footage of S Korean drivers making...

Watch: Footage of S Korean drivers making...

Around the Web

Tue, Feb 7 2017

The 57-second clip shows drivers coordinated to have each of their cars moved to the side to open up...

An open letter to the Security...

An open letter to the Security...

Various authors

Sun, Jan 1 2017

It is time for the international community to act to stop the Rohingya crisis

Are we inherently violent?

Are we inherently violent?

Abdullah Omar Saif

Mon, Dec 12 2016

Violence-prone behaviour is a growing concern