The man eager to pay back his debt is becoming a rarity. Yet, he represents the hardworking, honest Bangladesh that can bring real change to the system.
The decision to restrict US visa services to Bangladeshi nationals who might be unlawfully and immorally involved in undermining the forthcoming electoral process has created a political maelstrom.
Can you define 2022 in one word? A word that captures the mood and the mode of a year that’s passed?
The curious case of Bangladeshi supporters taking up sides in the football feud between Brazil and Argentina has caught the attention of international media.
What are the factors that contribute to the marginalisation of the academic degree of a language in its own country?
Censorship at a public university curtails our right to be exposed to and enriched by art.
The series of earthquakes is a grim reminder that we should never let our guard down against nature.
The newly introduced textbooks for Grades 1, 6 and 7, prepared by the National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB), have created quite a stir.
The pressure to write more, become more visible, master more, and claim mastery over issues beyond one’s discipline or format can make one seek shortcuts.
Is it possible for art to be an ally in promoting the climate conversation?
The stories come alive when you walk in the city and meet the faces that form the mass.
The oldest private university in Bangladesh is giving its oldest public university a run for its money.
The academic rank diagram needs to look like a pyramid where few professors are located at the apex.
What prompted those devoted pilgrims in Panchagarh to ride an overcrowded boat and join a death march on the Korotoa River?