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An ode to the aunties

An ode to the aunties

Weekend Tribune

Mon, Jan 21 2019

The all-pervasive myopic, silly, interfering and gossipy Aunties seem to have seeped into every nook...

Manga musings

Manga musings

Weekend Tribune

Sat, Jan 5 2019

It is believed that the word manga was first used to describe a picture book in the late 1700s. The Japanese...

COP24: Successes and Failures

COP24: Successes and Failures

Tribune Climate

Sun, Dec 30 2018

Reflections on the latest climate talks

Voices from the Countryside

Voices from the Countryside

Tribune Climate

Sat, Dec 1 2018

Reflections on the scenarios from the rural Bangladesh

Gombhir chinta

Gombhir chinta

Weekend Tribune

Thu, Oct 25 2018

Never say never? Never say always?

Gujob er chinta

Gujob er chinta

Weekend Tribune

Thu, Aug 9 2018

Rumour has it…

Right to play

Right to play

Magazine

Thu, Jul 12 2018

The entire world is caught up in World Cup fever – and Bangladesh is certainly

Khocha niye kotha (chinta acchey)

Khocha niye kotha (chinta acchey)

Magazine

Fri, Apr 6 2018

Kafka, khocha and arektu kotha

Dorkari Chinta

Dorkari Chinta

Magazine

Thu, Mar 29 2018

The 7 essential ABBA people (in my life)

5 questions to ask yourself before popping...

5 questions to ask yourself before popping...

Avenue T

Tue, Jan 2 2018

Game on, or game over?

How Close is Close?

How Close is Close?

Weekend Tribune

Tue, Jan 2 2018

An open-minded look into 'closeness'

Writing our own obituaries

Writing our own obituaries

Ekram Kabir , Ekram Kabir

Fri, Dec 22 2017

Are we at peace with the legacy we are leaving?

On talking

On talking

Uncategorized

Tue, Aug 23 2016

How much of what we say do we really mean?