Dhaka is not an expensive place to live. It is an expensive place to live if you want to live like you...
Insights from a study on cities across the world
Total commitment from the government is necessary to stop grabbing
In the light of Covid-19, we have seen signs of a new society
Urban areas keep growing, but not everybody benefits
Let us no longer accept the unacceptable
Are we headed towards greater inequality?
We must think beyond relief efforts and move towards sustainability
We must keep urban inequality under control
Crores are being spent, but we are no closer to solving this problem
It is not enough for people to just have a roof over their head
Can schools lead the way in improving city life?
Rajuk represents the worst side of corruption in our country
Learnings from the fourth Annual National Conference on Urban Resilience to Climate Change 2019
It is imperative that the entire country focuses on ensuring holistic growth and development
City rankings do more harm than good
Poverty in both the rural and urban areas in Bangladesh has decreased at a steady pace
Encroachers and polluters are normally not too bothered about having to pay those fines
Gas is now a scarce commodity in Bangladesh, and its price needs to reflect this
When health professionals flock to big cities for work, rural areas suffer
Garbage disposal and waste management in the city have historically been sub-par
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