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OP-ED: The search for a sane...

OP-ED: The search for a sane...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Tue, Jan 5 2021

In our capitalistic societies, is freedom largely illusory?

Caste discrimination taints corporate...

Caste discrimination taints corporate...

South Asia

Fri, Nov 6 2020

A hiring experiment found that candidates with upper-caste surnames were nearly twice as likely as Dalits...

OP-ED: And city divides

OP-ED: And city divides

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Mon, Oct 26 2020

Increased securitization has increased suspicion towards any outsiders, decreasing societal bonds

OP-ED: A society under assault by...

OP-ED: A society under assault by...

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Wed, Oct 7 2020

Will the loud protests we are hearing now serve as a wake-up call?

OP-ED: Are we changing enough?

OP-ED: Are we changing enough?

Mamun Rashid

Sat, Sep 26 2020

Within the span of a few decades, Bangladesh has become a different country

OP-ED: The small pleasures of life

OP-ED: The small pleasures of life

Sumit Basu

Sat, Aug 22 2020

Have we lost the ability to appreciate the little things in life, taking it all for granted?

OP-ED: Talking about a revolution

OP-ED: Talking about a revolution

Saifur Rashid

Sat, Aug 22 2020

To become a developed nation by 2041, we need to adapt to the advent of the Fourth Industrial...

OP-ED: Why have you forsaken me?

OP-ED: Why have you forsaken me?

Nafis Shahriar

Fri, Aug 21 2020

A long, hard look at parenting in our society

OP-ED: A den of vices

OP-ED: A den of vices

Towheed Feroze

Sun, Aug 16 2020

We live in a society where honesty has become a liability

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...

OP-ED: Will a great reset be...

OP-ED: Will a great reset be...

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

Wed, Jul 29 2020

The pandemic presents a unique opportunity for improving society

OP-ED: Truth isn’t always a good...

OP-ED: Truth isn’t always a good...

Mahmudur Rahman

Wed, Jul 22 2020

Those pointing out corruption and mismanagement in the corridors of power may well find themselves behind...

OP-ED: Why the rich are sending their...

OP-ED: Why the rich are sending their...

Shams Ishtiaque Rahman

Wed, Jul 22 2020

Illegal capital flight has one major reason

OP-ED: Keeping up the fight

OP-ED: Keeping up the fight

Ishret Binte Wahid

Tue, Jul 21 2020

Sexism is ingrained in our society, and those who fight it are met with a lot of resistance

OP-ED: What exactly is normal?

OP-ED: What exactly is normal?

Shahriyer Hossain

Sat, Jul 4 2020

Is it okay for society to impose the terms?

Captivity and cloudy days

Captivity and cloudy days

Sayeed Ibrahim Ahmed

Mon, May 4 2020

How are all the different people faring during the lockdown?

A need for conceptual...

A need for conceptual...

Nazarul Islam

Wed, Apr 29 2020

We need to make ethical decisions provided by an eclectic mix of experts

A time to give back

A time to give back

Ekram Kabir

Fri, Apr 17 2020

This crisis has made us more charitable, more giving

A crisis brings out the best and worst...

A crisis brings out the best and worst...

Mahmudur Rahman

Fri, Apr 3 2020

We will see a rise in philanthropy, but also in predatory behaviour

In celebration of the arts

In celebration of the arts

Editorial

Sat, Feb 8 2020

Events such as the Dhaka Art Summit show that the arts are alive and well

A community living under stigma

A community living under stigma

Swikriti Dasgupta

Tue, Feb 4 2020

No group should be denied basic human rights