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OP-ED: Mainstreaming madrasa education...

OP-ED: Mainstreaming madrasa...

Brig Gen Qazi Abidus Samad

Wed, Apr 21 2021

Madrasa education must be well-integrated with modern, mainstream education

Thai MPs to vote on reforms, day after...

Thai MPs to vote on reforms

Asia Pacific

Wed, Nov 18 2020

A Bangkok police spokesman denied officers had used rubber bullets or live rounds

OP-ED: Capital markets cannot follow...

OP-ED: Capital markets cannot follow...

Mamun Rashid

Mon, Oct 19 2020

Some crucial reforms have become the need of the hour

ED: Bringing our rape laws up to...

ED: Bringing our rape laws up to...

Editorial

Thu, Oct 8 2020

How can we conceive any form of justice in cases of sexual violence when the eyes of justice themselves...

ED: Helping rivers and waterways reach...

ED: Helping rivers and waterways reach...

Editorial

Sun, Oct 4 2020

Protecting our rivers and water bodies offers too many benefits for the authorities to not prioritize...

ED: Reform is needed to end extra-judicial...

ED: Reform is needed to end extra-judicial...

Editorial

Tue, Aug 11 2020

It is time to hold these institutions accountable

OP-ED: A new social contract for a new...

OP-ED: A new social contract for a new...

António Guterres

Mon, Jul 20 2020

Tackling the inequality brought about by the pandemic

Why bankruptcy laws need reform

Why bankruptcy laws need reform

Mostafiz Uddin

Sat, May 9 2020

This is a new playing field -- a field where different rules apply

Taking the Bangladesh story

Taking the Bangladesh story

Ashikur Rahman

Wed, Mar 18 2020

Economic prosperity can only be achieved through tough institutional reforms

The right to education

The right to education

Delwar Hossain

Wed, Feb 12 2020

Why it should be a basic right

Revamping the curriculum

Revamping the curriculum

Editorial

Wed, Feb 5 2020

A country that does not update its academic model with the times faces the threat of obsolescence

Winds of change

Winds of change

Swadesh Roy

Tue, Dec 10 2019

Reforms pave the way to more efficient governance

What’s wrong with our

What’s wrong with our

Mushfique Wadud

Tue, Nov 19 2019

It's not the students

Reforms are not the enemy

Reforms are not the enemy

Tribune Editorial

Tue, Nov 12 2019

All of these fronts are in desperate need of policy reform, unless we want our economic progress to come...

Where is our education headed?

Where is our education headed?

Mahmudur Rahman

Thu, Oct 31 2019

Most of the investment goes towards infrastructure, not quality

Questioning the SDG paradigm shift

Questioning the SDG paradigm shift

Opinion

Sat, Oct 5 2019

Is it really the deepest reform in decades? 

Education is worth  spending on

Education is worth spending on

Editorial

Fri, Sep 27 2019

Education is the foundation on which a country develops

The dog ate my democracy

The dog ate my democracy

Anupam Debashis Roy

Wed, Sep 4 2019

It is not our people, but our institutions that are at fault 

Civil society calls for budgetary system...

Civil society calls for budgetary system...

Dhaka

Fri, Jun 21 2019

Sushashoner Jonno Nagorik demands qualitative analysis of the proposed FY20 national budget be undertaken...

Going beyond grades

Going beyond grades

Editorial

Wed, May 8 2019

We must acknowledge the deeper issue of a curriculum that needs reform

Jamaat and the politics of history

Jamaat and the politics of history

Afsan Chowdhury

Wed, Feb 20 2019

Is the party about to change?