Hammad Ali

A dawn of hope

April 14, 2014
A dawn of hope

You know you might have that one friend at work you can always count on to help you, the one you usually take your lunch break with and is probably the only person from work you wouldn’t mind seeing outside of work Read more »

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M. Sophia Newman

To stop violence, grieve like Rwandans

April 12, 2014
To stop violence, grieve like Rwandans

Twenty years ago this week, Rwanda erupted into genocidal violence. Across the hillysub-Saharan nation, members of the Tutsi ethnic minority died Read more »

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Saeed Naqvi

Elections 2014: Between wave and reality, the shadow of figures

April 10, 2014
Elections 2014: Between wave and reality, the shadow of figures

Anil Trivedi, tall, with an unkept grey beard, settles down over a cup of tea in my Indore hotel room, putting aside his AAP cap. Read more »

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Sabhanaz Rashid Diya

The first kid in class

April 8, 2014
The first kid in class

Most, if not all, breaking news share a common characteristic. They have a tendency of breaking your heart. Near the end of March 2014, several media publications Read more »

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Hammad Ali

Responsibilities and accountability

April 7, 2014
Responsibilities and accountability

There seems to be a problem with the mindset of the average Bangladeshi. While this problem always existed in one form or another Read more »

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Ishrat Firdousi

T20 World Cup and all that

April 6, 2014
T20 World Cup and all that

Some people do not suffer fools, with some nowhere near gracefully. I know many of my friends don’t. Read more »

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