Mehrin Mubdi Chowdhury | The Daily Star
  • Mehrin Mubdi Chowdhury

  • Adapt to THRIVE

    Few weeks into the pandemic, Khan realised her assumptions were a little premature because thevirulent disease turned out to be like no other, devastating the world and stalling it for what felt like forever!

    COVID-19 has introduced a new world order. From frequently disinfecting our surroundings to holding virtual meetings instead of the age-old board room conferences, a lot has changed in these two months.
  • Adopt an artisan and save our heritage

    Sobita Modi, a woman in her early fifties, had to take charge of her life with no aid from anyone else. Having to raise her children all by herself and ensure a proper education for all of them, she had to work relentlessly, weaving cane mats (shitol pati) and selling them to merchants at the district bazaar in Munshiganj.
  • EID 2020: Local fashion moves online: dawn of a new era

    Eid is truly a time of social mingling. A big part of that, is dressing to impress! For those of you who truly miss splurging on that exquisite sari or suit, looking for the perfect “wow” outfit is actually still very much possible.
  • Restaurant business and a pandemic

    The ongoing pandemic and lockdown have affected all sectors of the economy, including the restaurant industry. The otherwise busiest month of the year has turned out to be the most hard-hitting, especially in terms of lost projected revenues.