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  • Why can't we stop the stalking?

    Unwanted attention is something that a woman has had to experience at some point of time in their lives. It's not something new and it

  • HUMAN RIGHTS, DEVELOPMENT AND DEMCORACY

    Two transitions are taking place simultaneously: the first is the political transition from the pre-independence authoritarian to a post-

  • A simple twist of fate?

    An unprecedented situation has arisen since the Nobel Prize in literature was announced on October 13.

  • The saga of an Armenian family of Old Dhaka

    Henrietta Aimee Elizabeth Simpson, née Stephen, lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. We were introduced by a mutual friend, the

  • The wonders of ancient China

    China is one of the birth places of human civilisation. With an exotic historical past, China has attracted travellers and tourists from around the world for hundreds of years. In a recent trip to China, Shamsuddoza Sajen of The Daily Star has tried to get a glimpse of the grandeur of Ancient China through his visits to the Great Wall, the Shimao Site and the Terracota Warrior Sites.

  • A strange welcome

    Last year Miles Khan went to Cox's Bazaar, wanting to spend a week in the beach town. He badly needed a break

  • The Dhaka Masterpiece Paintings

    My friend Charles Greig is a distinguished British Art historian and scholar. He was born in 1955 of aristocratic British and

  • Huseyn Shaheed SUHRAWARDY: An icon of democracy

    Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, known for his pivotal role in championing democracy in the Indian subcontinent, was born into an

  • Setting a trend

    I was into scientific instruments and my profession helped me to interact with world class scientists in USA, UK,

  • Bismillah of India

    In a delightful paradox, the man who best represented the holy Indian city of Varanasi was Bismillah Khan. Born on March 21,

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