Rubana Huq

KNOT SO TRUE

Dr Rubana Huq is vice-chancellor of Asian University for Women.

My powerless poster walk

Although we have the Graffiti Writing and Poster Sticking Control Act, 2012 to prevent visual pollution, nothing much has been done to implement it. Why, though?

Dissolve the people, elect a new one?

Politics 101 today runs the risk of being solely authored by autocrats from all over the world.

Resolutions for 2024

Eating less and battling calories have been pains of the highest order. But little do we know that our minds have everything to do with our appetite.

What do they want from Bangladesh?

Instead of better governance and practices yielding better returns, most US companies emphasise 'value' over 'values.'

Remembering Annisul Huq: The man behind the public persona

Six years ago, a perfectly healthy man in his 60s just left me and my children in a state of shock and emptiness.

A tale of the Green versus the Red

The RMG sector needs to be united in being professional, go forward with value addition and, most of all, opt for strong industrial relations with labour.

Politics of Fire

Let the truth be known: no one has any idea what’s going to happen to Bangladeshi politics.

Free pages, free lenses

There’s a reason why, in the land that we live on, 217 journalists have reportedly been harassed, tortured and repressed in the last nine months and why one even died.

January 26, 2024
January 26, 2024

My powerless poster walk

Although we have the Graffiti Writing and Poster Sticking Control Act, 2012 to prevent visual pollution, nothing much has been done to implement it. Why, though?

January 11, 2024
January 11, 2024

Dissolve the people, elect a new one?

Politics 101 today runs the risk of being solely authored by autocrats from all over the world.

December 28, 2023
December 28, 2023

Resolutions for 2024

Eating less and battling calories have been pains of the highest order. But little do we know that our minds have everything to do with our appetite.

December 13, 2023
December 13, 2023

What do they want from Bangladesh?

Instead of better governance and practices yielding better returns, most US companies emphasise 'value' over 'values.'

November 30, 2023
November 30, 2023

Remembering Annisul Huq: The man behind the public persona

Six years ago, a perfectly healthy man in his 60s just left me and my children in a state of shock and emptiness.

November 16, 2023
November 16, 2023

A tale of the Green versus the Red

The RMG sector needs to be united in being professional, go forward with value addition and, most of all, opt for strong industrial relations with labour.

November 8, 2023
November 8, 2023

Politics of Fire

Let the truth be known: no one has any idea what’s going to happen to Bangladeshi politics.

October 25, 2023
October 25, 2023

Free pages, free lenses

There’s a reason why, in the land that we live on, 217 journalists have reportedly been harassed, tortured and repressed in the last nine months and why one even died.

October 18, 2023
October 18, 2023

Plains of protest

Students have always been the first to engage in discourses on divisive borders with imagined, imposing lines, language, religion or tradition.

October 11, 2023
October 11, 2023

Life after #GotaGoHome

Among four South Asian nations, Sri Lanka performed the best in containing high inflation.

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