Mazhar Uddin | The Daily Star
  • Mazhar Uddin

  • A tour marred by cruelty, marked by humanity

    I can still remember the day before I was set to fly for New Zealand to cover the series between Bangladesh and the Kiwis. I had a detailed meeting with my sports editor regarding my work plan as it was a crucial series for the Tigers.
  • Says top Bangladesh consulate official in Auckland; 4 more injured, several 'missing'

    5 Bangladeshis still missing

    Relatives and friends were desperately waiting to know the fate of five Bangladeshis missing since Friday's terror attack on two Christchurch mosques.
  • Tides before and after the ides of March

    Just what a sea change in outlook yesterday's tragic attack may have on the people of New Zealand can only fully be appreciated by someone who has witnessed the secure life in the small country before two mosques in Christchurch became the sites of a brutal shootings on March 15.
  • The longest 10  minutes of my life

    The longest 10 minutes of my life

    My hands are still shaking. It is only upon my third attempt that I have been able to sit in front of my laptop and try my best to put to words the most horrific incident I have witnessed in my entire life.
  • Says top Bangladesh consulate official in Auckland; 4 more injured, several 'missing'

    3 Bangladeshis among dead

    Lying on a bed in Christchurch Hospital, Mohtasim Billah said he did not know how he survived yesterday's terror attack that left at least 49 people dead.
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