Rasheek Tabassum Mondira | The Daily Star
  • Rasheek Tabassum Mondira

  • The realities of online education in Bangladesh

    When the pandemic hit, Bangladesh saw educational institutions -- both public and private -- move their academic activities online. But this was uncharted waters for most of these institutions, and their teachers, who would have to conduct these classes. Despite the slight ray of assurance offered by the vaccine for Covid-19, educational institutions remain shut. Students and teachers are still struggling with online workload demands, even after a year.
  • Pohela Boishakh celebrations go virtual for the second year in a row

    People are welcoming the Bengali New Year amidst a countrywide lockdown, much like last year, as Covid-19 cases are on the rise again. Cultural organisations and event spaces have arranged virtual celebrations.
  • The Mercury crater named after Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin

    Shilpacharya Zainul Abedin is considered to be the founding father of Bangladeshi modern art.
  • Striving for safer flying experiences

    Mushfiqul Alam, a senior research associate at the University of Liverpool, UK, was fascinated by aero planes from a young age. He is the winner of the 2020 Royal Aeronautical Society Herbert Le Sueur Award, in recognition of his research into novel systems to increase safety during helicopter autorotation.
  • Bangabandhu’s birth centenary, independence golden jubilee celebrations conclude

    Today marks the golden jubilee of Bangladesh’s independence. Keeping that in mind, the final day of “Mujib Chirantan” began with the theme, ‘Shadhinotar Ponchash Bochor O Ogrogotir Shubornorekha’.