Kazi Akib Bin Asad | The Daily Star
  • Kazi Akib Bin Asad

  • Editorial

    The roads have traffic jams at intersections, offices are abuzz with voices behind masks, marketplaces have opened up for people to set up shops. I ask, have we gotten used to this pandemic?
  • Editorial

    Imagine 2020 as a football match. We—the people—have conceded a million goals or more. Our opponents? You couldn’t see them; they’re all over the place and they’re lightning fast. Bullied, ransacked, and fighting for our lives, we don’t know what to do but to stay put. Like we are now at our homes.
  • Editorial

    There are two sides to a coin. You can toss it however you want, and regardless of the outcome, one thing remains constant.
  • Editorial

    The year is 2020. I don’t think we’ll ever forget that. We barely experienced April this year; the days went by faster than the gusts of the Kalbaishakhi. And what day is it today? I don’t know.
  • Editorial

    A couple days from now and the holy month of Ramadan will be upon us. True, this month has a special meaning in our lives, no matter which
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