Too much to die, too little to live

April 23, 2014
Lalon Sander
Too much to die, too little to live

In the wake of the Rana Plaza collapse much seems to be on the move in the Bangladeshi textile industry. In particular the workers have been
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Posted in RMG | 6 Comments »

A deadly business

July 23, 2013
Lalon Sander
A deadly business

Why did 1,129 people have to die? This question has been running through my head since I began reporting on the Rana Plaza disaster.
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Posted in Disaster, RMG | 9 Comments »

Shahbagh, it is time to get political

February 18, 2013
Lalon Sander
Shahbagh, it is time to get political

I am tired of Shahbagh activists claiming they are not political. The truth is they are immensely political. What they mean, I believe, is that they are not party-affiliated
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Posted in 1971, AL/BNP/Jamaat, Shahbagh Movement, War Crimes Trial | 12 Comments »

Why judges should not be skyping about work

December 11, 2012
Lalon Sander
Why judges should not be skyping about work

Four digits led to tech reporter Mat Honan’s digital life falling apart earlier this year: the four digits of a credit card that Amazon considers unimportant enough to display in the clear
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Posted in Technology, War Crimes Trial | 12 Comments »

Nuclear power is not the way forward

March 30, 2011
Lalon Sander
Nuclear power is not the way forward

The tragedy of Fukushima has led to a flurry of activity in Germany: Within days, the coalition government of conservatives and liberals, known for its pro nuclear stance, temporarily shut down seven nuclear power plants and this past weekend hundreds of thousands of Germans took to the streets, demanding that all nuclear power plants...
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Posted in Environment/Climate | 11 Comments »

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