Anu Muhammad

The writer is member secretary of the National Committee to Protect Oil, Gas, Mineral Resources, Power and Ports.

IMF prescription to raise energy prices is anti-people, illogical

The IMF prescription for the public means increased gas, electricity and transport prices, and so on.

2w ago

Preeti Urang: A child worker’s death

There should be protests, and a strong stance should be taken against such incidents

3m ago

How BCL became an untouchable entity at JU

It's truly a mutually beneficial relationship, with BCL protecting the JU administration as and when needed.

3m ago

New curriculum is detached from reality

It is surprising how the government has reacted, as this could have been an opportunity for them to use stakeholders' inputs and improve the curriculum further

4m ago

Bangladesh's election formality is over. What’s next?

The only escape from this dire situation lies within ourselves, particularly the youth.

4m ago

Nothing is normal if we don’t have our rights

To put an end to rampant authoritarianism, we have to have our rights.

4m ago

Is there a Left left in Bangladesh?

The left's agenda is global, not just national.

5m ago

Is a minimum wage offer of Tk 12,500 even logical?

It is shocking that the wage board sees it fit to approve such a meagre amount for minimum wage for RMG workers, which is a quarter of what they need just to stay above the poverty line.

6m ago
May 10, 2024
May 10, 2024

IMF prescription to raise energy prices is anti-people, illogical

The IMF prescription for the public means increased gas, electricity and transport prices, and so on.

February 17, 2024
February 17, 2024

Preeti Urang: A child worker’s death

There should be protests, and a strong stance should be taken against such incidents

February 9, 2024
February 9, 2024

How BCL became an untouchable entity at JU

It's truly a mutually beneficial relationship, with BCL protecting the JU administration as and when needed.

January 24, 2024
January 24, 2024

New curriculum is detached from reality

It is surprising how the government has reacted, as this could have been an opportunity for them to use stakeholders' inputs and improve the curriculum further

January 8, 2024
January 8, 2024

Bangladesh's election formality is over. What’s next?

The only escape from this dire situation lies within ourselves, particularly the youth.

January 3, 2024
January 3, 2024

Nothing is normal if we don’t have our rights

To put an end to rampant authoritarianism, we have to have our rights.

December 15, 2023
December 15, 2023

Is there a Left left in Bangladesh?

The left's agenda is global, not just national.

November 23, 2023
November 23, 2023

Is a minimum wage offer of Tk 12,500 even logical?

It is shocking that the wage board sees it fit to approve such a meagre amount for minimum wage for RMG workers, which is a quarter of what they need just to stay above the poverty line.

November 17, 2023
November 17, 2023

A fair election is the cornerstone of democracy

It is disheartening that none of the country's ruling party leaders have so far demonstrated the courage to face the people with a credible electoral process.

November 4, 2023
November 4, 2023

Is democracy on its deathbed again?

The relationship between citizens and the nation-state is being irreparably damaged.

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