Bangladesh

Entitle Single Women their space

We need to come to terms with the reality that women in our society can also be independent, and can…

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The Story of the Birds of Light

The birds of light will one day eliminate all darkness from society and illuminate the world. Shamima Shawket is a…

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When birthplaces initiate decay….

Older residents of Dhaka, who once lived to experience its beautiful past, perhaps grieve at its seemingly inevitable decline. Gone…

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Observations of an Expat: The High Seas

A Taiwanese ship, one of the world’s largest container ships is blocking the Suez Canal. It is expected to take…

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Our frail and senile citizens do need our empathies!

Our frail and senile citizens do need our empathies as the elderly population is growing in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.…

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Corona Tale: Pen war against the Pandemic

The book ‘Corona Tale’ is a Bangladeshi Family’s Pen War against the Pandemic. This book collates articles written by the…

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In the end, God wipes away the tears!

Whenever exposed to traumas, let’s pray to our Creator, with a broken heart. He is not only the doctor who…

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8 Ansar al-Islam militants sentenced to death

The militants had hacked a publisher to death in October 2015 for publishing a book; author of book was also…

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Sheikh Mujib, Six Points, Tikka’s Salute and Lahore

At Lahore airport on 23 February 1974, when Zulfikar Ali Bhutto introduced his new army chief Tikka Khan to Bangladesh’s…

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Secularism: Our fluttering flags remind us….

Flag flutters in the sky to remind us elders of our miserable failings, reminding us that the choice between right…

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