Anupoma Joyeeta Joyee

Anupoma Joyeeta Joyee is a lawyer and writer. You can reach her at anupomajoyee@gmail.com

April 29, 2021
April 29, 2021

The Artist Reclaims Her Art

With the release of Fearless (Taylor's Version), Swift will once again own her masters.

April 26, 2021
April 26, 2021

Does anyone care about the Banshkhali Power Plant workers?

On April 17, police opened fire at the Banshkhali Power Plant workers. They were asking for something very simple—payment of due wages,

October 29, 2020
October 29, 2020

The Horrors of the Marital License to Rape

A 14-year-old child bride in Tangail’s Basail upazila has died just at the “right time”.

September 12, 2020
September 12, 2020

Five reasons why Nishat Tasnim is grateful for masks

Twenty-five-year-old Nishat Tasnim, the 6,079th of her name, has recently returned to work under the pretension that the coronavirus pandemic was a collective hallucination. She is grateful that everyone is now wearing masks, and not just because it keeps the virus away.

September 10, 2020
September 10, 2020

We must protect Hindu women’s right to inherit property

In a landmark decision, the High Court has recently ruled that Hindu widows are entitled to inherit shares in all properties of their husbands including agricultural land.

August 20, 2020
August 20, 2020

Covid-19: A win for disaster capitalism and loss for the climate

If six months ago someone had proposed shutting down the whole world to resolve a crisis, they would have been laughed off. In times of shock, impossible ideas suddenly seem possible and, more often than not, it’s the corporations that reap the benefits of that possibility.

June 14, 2019
June 14, 2019

Witness to the Wars and the Walls A day in Berlin

If you are arriving in Berlin from a more pristine, more conventionally “charming” tourist city, prepare to be shocked. Berlin is filthier than Amsterdam, less organised than Vienna, less flamboyant than Budapest. Even compared to its German counterparts, Berlin is

April 25, 2019
April 25, 2019

Is it Dhaka or is it Westeros?

Life in Dhaka is much more than just incessant traffic and countless restaurants. In fact, if you looked closely you would find that we have more in common with a fictional medieval kingdom than what appears to the naked eye. Yes, I am talking about Westeros.

April 12, 2019
April 12, 2019

Prague Bohemia's Rhapsody

After the most traumatic academic year of my postgraduate legal studies, I decided to reward myself with a budget friendly Europe trip.

March 1, 2018
March 1, 2018

The Transparent House Guest

When Ms. Sherbet Clearwater moved into her new one-bedroom apartment in the city, she didn't exactly expect to find a rude teenage ghost in the closet. Nothing about this apartment stuck out as a red flag but now she is on the verge of a heart attack. She is looking at the ashen face of someone who probably once was a fifteen year old living person. She is regretting every decision that has led up to her moving in here.