Mohammad Al-Masum Molla | The Daily Star
  • Mohammad Al-Masum Molla

  • Rohingya refugees

    Food relief to continue

    World Food Programme will provide rice, pulse, oil and other daily necessities to Rohingyas well into next year.
  • Kathal Bagan in the capital

    Homes heedless of tremor risk

    The Tejgaon Fire Station building in the capital has been retrofitted and six more fire station buildings await the same to become earthquake resistant. At least 300 garment factory buildings across the country and many office buildings of international organisations in Dhaka also have undergone the seismic retrofitting.
  • Dhaka Medical College Hospital

    Hospitals in grave peril

    Two of the country's largest public health facilities -- Dhaka Medical College Hospital and Mitford Hospital -- might not be able to withstand an earthquake of seven magnitude on the Richter scale.
  • Birth Control: Rohingyas lack awareness

    Selina Begum, 22, started walking from Rohingya settlements in Thyankhali camp to collect some relief goods with her two-year-old daughter yesterday.
  • Haphazard early settlements make the job hard

    Continued influx of Rohingyas, unplanned settlement of refugees and haphazard development activities by many organisations make