Kaberi Gayen | The Daily Star
  • Kaberi Gayen

  • (Uncertain) Future of Journalism in Bangladesh

    When we talk about changes in the media eco-system, we do not only talk about the medium but also the content, business models, and ethical practice of journalism. Media organisations that used to control both content and channels now only produce content;
  • 'Equal Property Right'

    The present government declared the draft 'Jatiyo Naree Unnoyon Neeti 2011' (National Women Development Policy 2011) on March 8, 2011. The alleged aim is 'to improve the socio-economic condition of women in Bangladesh'.
  • WAR FOOTAGE

    THE WAR OF FOOTAGE

    The footages, along with transcripts of ABC, CBS and NBC prime time news from March 25 to December 25, 1971, perhaps characterise the then US administration's stance on the Liberation War of Bangladesh, and show the response of the powers involved in the war and US media. However, the focus of this short write-up is how these three US television news channels represented the Liberation War in 1971.
  • THE WAR OF FOOTAGE

    The footages, along with transcripts of ABC, CBS and NBC prime time news from March 25 to December 25, 1971, perhaps characterise the then US administration's stance on the Liberation War of Bangladesh, and show the response of the powers involved in the war and US media. However, the focus of this short write-up is how these three US television news channels represented the Liberation War in 1971.
  • Won't we ever listen?

    Aktar Jahan and I were students of the same department in Dhaka University, and then colleagues of the same department in Rajshahi
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