Dhiraj Kumar Nath

Food or poison?

May 9, 2014
Food or poison?

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well”, said Virginia Wolf while describing food as medicine. Read more »

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M. Sophia Newman

Children’s Mental Health Day and the Rana Plaza victims

May 8, 2014
Children’s Mental Health Day and the Rana Plaza victims

By now, many people know this story. There had been some 2,400 workers rescued already – some calm, some comatose Read more »

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Saeed Naqvi

From Gujarat model to fourth term of Tripura CM

May 7, 2014
From Gujarat model to fourth term of Tripura CM

Narendra Modi has not just yearned for India’s prime ministership, he has willed it. It has happened – well, almost. Read more »

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Rabiul H. Zaki

The new cool kids on the block — Saudi Americas

May 6, 2014
The new cool kids on the block — Saudi Americas

The USA: Delloitte (2012) is forecasting a ‘New Paradigm in Oil Market’; in fact it is calling the USA as the ‘The New Cool Kid on the Block’. Read more »

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Nadia Chowdhury

On the fluidity of sexuality and power

May 5, 2014
On the fluidity of sexuality and power

The diversity of men and women living in this world, with a lesser known population of transvestites and transsexuals with their individual sexualities Read more »

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Navine Murshid

Bengali Muslims in India: Bangladeshis until proven otherwise?

May 4, 2014
Bengali Muslims in India: Bangladeshis until proven otherwise?

“You can write it down. After May 16, these Bangladeshis better be prepared with their bags packed,” Narendra Modi, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Read more »

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Hammad Ali

You need not be alone

May 3, 2014
You need not be alone

A little over a year ago, I came to know about some people who were working on starting up the first ever emotional support helpline in Bangladesh. Read more »

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Tanvir Raquib

Hospital for South Chittagong

May 2, 2014
Hospital for South Chittagong

With a population of 161 million people living in less than 150,000 sq. km. area, Bangladesh is the most densely populated country in the world with 1015 people /sq. km. Read more »

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M Niaz Asadullah

Measuring graduate unemployment

May 1, 2014
Measuring graduate unemployment

South Asia is home to a large youth population which accounts for nearly half of the unemployed in the region. One reason for high youth unemployment rate Read more »

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