CLEAR AS MUD | The Daily Star
  • Under cricket's shadow

    Our ever deteriorating performance in the international meets is not shocking. In fact, it is a natural by-product of the neglect and indifference that has reigned supreme in the sector for a long time.

  • Saving our girls

    Stabbed by her alleged stalker at the entrance to her school, Suraiya Akter Risha, a student of Willes Little Flower School, Dhaka, succumbed to her injuries last Sunday.

  • Holey Artisan Cafe

    Off the Cuff

    There is no denying that Bangladesh's standing in the world as a nation is at stake, also in question is its economic growth, especially the much sought after foreign investments.

  • The message in a bottle

    The call of 100,000 alems, to denounce terrorism, is important on many counts, and its significance is manifold. It is interesting to

  • She was a model

    Media trial is a nasty business, and women are its worst victim. Thus, a woman caught with the cough syrup Phensedyl can be reported as 'Phensi Queen' or a girl in possession of methamphetamine tablets will be called 'Yaba Princess'.

  • #Revolution Made in Facebook

    September 15, 2015. Hundreds and thousands of private university students took to the streets of the capital to press home their

  • Reclaiming the streets of Dhaka

    A good beginning lies in setting up examples, precedents that will help the violators of the law to know that one will be punished regardless of how influential s/he may be.