Cover Story / Impact of workplace bullying on young professionals

Over the years, workplace bullying has been normalised to an extent where people have become oblivious to its prevalence.

Are we doing enough for aspiring young female athletes?

The primary barriers girls face in regards to sports come from the families themselves.

Striking a balance between work and life

Touted as an antidote to burnouts and key to increased productivity, the work-life balance is an elusive state or the mythical “best of both worlds” that many aspire to.

The world of young makeup artists

The makeup scene in Bangladesh is about to take off.

5d ago

Caring for stray animals, the right way

Caring for stray animals is important, and knowing the right way is vital.

1w ago

The lives of medical students

Being a doctor grants you the privilege of helping fellow human beings. As rewarding and respectable as the medical profession is, the pathway to becoming a doctor is trying and tedious.

2w ago

The ways PCOS takes over women’s lives

You can have almost all the symptoms of PCOS yet not have PCOS, and vice versa.

3w ago

English Medium students’ strained relationship with Bangla

There is an absence of emphasis on Bangla's proper learning.

The sad state of Bangla literature in the national curriculum

For an overwhelming majority of national curriculum students, literary exploration of this sort is not even a pipe dream.

The deafening reality of noise pollution

How long do we need before noise pollution becomes a concern serious enough for our authorities to care about?

The problems of admission coaching

The most vital time in a Bangladeshi student's life is also the most problematic.

The promising world of sports journalism

Sports journalism in Bangladesh is on a rapid rise and people are noticing.

Are private universities ready for a two-semester system?

The scenario here has been nothing but rushed and confusing.