Tamanna Khan

February 26, 2016
February 26, 2016

Govt to bring back 20 from India

The Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi has recently taken steps to bring back 20 Bangladeshis, who have been languishing in different prisons and shelter homes of Indian southern state of...

February 24, 2016
February 24, 2016

Workplaces not friendly at all

It was not her inefficiency why Sumi (not her real name) had to quit her job. Rather, it was the operation hours of an elevator that made it impossible for her to reach her workplace every morning...

February 10, 2016
February 10, 2016

Coming back to life

Chhaya (shadow), the Bangladeshi woman whose poetry collections titled Ahoto Ami (Injured Me) was published in Malayalam language

December 18, 2015
December 18, 2015

Indian war veterans relive '71 glory days

Col MM Kapoor had to wait 44 years to come to the country that he had fought to liberate in December 1971.

November 8, 2015
November 8, 2015

Reeling from terror blow

The recent attacks on two young publishers have further shrunk the space for the country's creative book publishing industry, which is already struggling to survive against the advent of...

November 7, 2015
November 7, 2015

Where babies safe without mothers

Entering HR Textile Mills Limited in Savar, one would be surprised to see babies playing and mumbling in a 3,500-square-feet area designated for childcare.

October 11, 2015
October 11, 2015

The indomitables

A garment employee, Aklima Akhter shoulders the responsibility for her family from whom she was taken away by

October 10, 2015
October 10, 2015

They need love, care

The picture of a smiling child in a green sleeveless shirt caught attention of many after it was published in a national Bangla daily last month.

August 29, 2015
August 29, 2015

Nepalese face similar ordeal

Sunil Koirala of Nepal's Dhading district was lured to a job in Malaysia with a monthly income of Nepalese rupees (NPR) 20,000 per

August 9, 2015
August 9, 2015

“We must never have people standing while children are beaten and killed.”

Ruthless violence against children seems to have become a recurrent concern in today's Bangladesh. While the extent of the cruelty