Rubana Huq | The Daily Star
  • Rubana Huq

    Managing Director, Mohammadi Group

  • Lounge #2: A Narrative of Pride

    Close to midnight, it felt surreal. Being in the Samsun Airport in Turkey, only 1.5 flying hours away from Istanbul, made me feel as if I were in a new world. It wasn't a world of magical surprise or rapid development, but one thing was for sure: it was a land that told and sold stories well.
  • Here, Now & Forever

    I laugh when the western media goes on a rant about us, the eastern democracy, the eastern economy and the eastern human rights condition.
  • Labour of Love

    Ever since 1996, your columnist has been in business. She runs a company that has multiple businesses which once grew from one core business of exporting readymade garments years ago.
  • In honour of education

    Half an hour away from home, the air smells the same; the people seem similar, but there's definitely a lack of ostentation. One does not drive through streets of Kolkata in the latest cars; the roads are still swamped with yellow taxis and a touch of Uber and Ola has changed the scene only a bit.
  • From Cambodia, with love

    Education indeed. Getting to Phnom Penh took me to yet another learning curve. Not being able to fly out of Dhaka for almost close to 18 hours is a story to share, but getting de-planed and watching passengers reacting to the situation is another narrative altogether.
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