Shababa Iqbal | The Daily Star
  • Shababa Iqbal

  • Addressing the many faces of corruption through art

    Cartoonists and photographers have emerged as powerful forces to increase awareness and raising demand for transparency and accountability in our society.
  • Shadman Shahid's 'No Quarter' awarded

    Bangladesh's promising young photographer Shadman Shahid recently won 'The Emerging Photographer Fund 2018' award by the prestigious Burn Magazine making his room in a list of 11 photographers chosen from all over the globe.
  • Bringing 'Mujib' to Japan

    The Japanese version of the graphic novel, Mujib, on the life of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, was launched at the Bangladesh Embassy in Tokyo, Japan, last month.
  • Combating violence against women through art

    Humour and satire have great potential to bring visibility to and foster critical thinking on different social issues. In this regard, cartoons are an important element in contemporary social activism and a communication tool that can spread key messages across.
  • Gaining ground for WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

    Growing up in Dhaka, sporting guard and former captain of the Bangladesh Women's National Basketball Team, Ashreen Mridha, was first introduced to the sport by her father, who organised sports events at her school.