This week, the Daily Star Books compiles a list of satirical fiction for our readers to feast on. In sociopolitical climates rife with crackdowns and censorship, satire takes on the burden of giving a voice to matters that cannot be spoken about otherwise.
More often than not, governments have issues with political humour because they don’t want to be called out for their incompetencies.
Dhaka South City Corporation Mayor Sheikh Fazle Noor Taposh's lawyer Mejbahur Rahman today threatened to file a case against The Daily Star as the newspaper's answer in reply to a legal notice over a satire article was "not fully acceptable"
Studios are running out of unique ideas and are taking drastic measures.
For the occupants of the netherworld, Dhaka has become a rather attractive vacation spot.
“The real victims in this tragedy are the ones who didn’t get any friend requests despite the glitch and me,” said Mark.
Mr Gordov was saying how his wife's hours of effort in the kitchen in this scorching heat just couldn’t live up to his outrageous expectations as a Bangladeshi male.
Everything changed when the inverter broke down.