Ahmede Hussain | The Daily Star
  • Ahmede Hussain

    Ahmede Hussain

    Editor of The New Anthem (Tranqubar; Delhi; 2009). ahmedehussain@gmail.com

  • A magician who transformed the business scene in Bangladesh

    Immediately after his country broke free from the shackles of Pakistani rule, a young man in Dhaka landed in a crisis that no one his age would have wanted to find themselves in.
  • 'Doing business ethically'

    Immediately after his country broke free in a bloody and ruthless war to snatch away freedom from Pakistan, a young man in Dhaka landed on a crisis no one of his age would have wanted to find himself in. W Rahman Jute Mills, the first of its kind to be owned by a Bengali in erstwhile Pakistan, and, more importantly, one of the two sources of bread and butter that his family had in the turbulent days of 1972, was nationalised along with other privately-owned industries.
  • Under cricket's shadow

    Our ever deteriorating performance in the international meets is not shocking. In fact, it is a natural by-product of the neglect and indifference that has reigned supreme in the sector for a long time.
  • Saving our girls

    Stabbed by her alleged stalker at the entrance to her school, Suraiya Akter Risha, a student of Willes Little Flower School, Dhaka, succumbed to her injuries last Sunday.
  • Holey Artisan Cafe

    Off the Cuff

    There is no denying that Bangladesh's standing in the world as a nation is at stake, also in question is its economic growth, especially the much sought after foreign investments.