Farewell to Charms

Chintito began as a column “Pinch of Salt” in The Daily Star's broadsheet on 30 May 1995 when respected elder brother Madan Sahu was looking after a weekly post-editorial page.

Our Blunted Senses Must Arise

A photograph splashed on the front page of The Daily Star8 February under 'Shocking shooting' has poignantly exposed the insensitivity that is sadly manifest in some members of the media in their eagerness to collect information.

Late-night Talk Show on Paper

Perhaps it was Janakantha (correct me please if I am wrong), who started the “readers' poll” on a daily basis. And, because it was a good thing, if not anything was popular with some online readers, most other newspapers followed. Who said we were not going digital? In view of the ongoing political situation turning to murder-of-the-innocent on the street, I picked up some of the opinions expressed by readers of Prothom Alo, most so because many readers of the Daily Star may be unaware of the viewpoints expressed in the popular Bangla daily.

February 20, 2015
February 20, 2015

Farewell to Charms

Chintito began as a column “Pinch of Salt” in The Daily Star's broadsheet on 30 May 1995 when respected elder brother Madan Sahu was looking after a weekly post-editorial page.

February 14, 2015
February 14, 2015

Our Blunted Senses Must Arise

A photograph splashed on the front page of The Daily Star8 February under 'Shocking shooting' has poignantly exposed the insensitivity that is sadly manifest in some members of the media in their eagerness to collect information.

February 6, 2015
February 6, 2015

Late-night Talk Show on Paper

Perhaps it was Janakantha (correct me please if I am wrong), who started the “readers' poll” on a daily basis. And, because it was a good thing, if not anything was popular with some online readers, most other newspapers followed. Who said we were not going digital? In view of the ongoing political situation turning to murder-of-the-innocent on the street, I picked up some of the opinions expressed by readers of Prothom Alo, most so because many readers of the Daily Star may be unaware of the viewpoints expressed in the popular Bangla daily.