Hammad Ali

The eventual cost

December 10, 2013
The eventual cost

As I write this, it is the fourth day of the second spell of six-day blockades. Over the last two weeks, I have only managed to go to work for two days, two Fridays no less. Neither am I alone in the fear Read more »

| | More

A. Rahman

Passing of Mandela

December 7, 2013
Passing of Mandela

Nelson Mandela, the icon of freedom, forgiveness and reconciliation; one of the brightest stars of the 20th century’s humility and decency, had passed away peacefully at his home Read more »

| | More

Latif Quader

His legacy and incarnation of Roman virtues

July 18, 2013
His legacy and incarnation of Roman virtues

February 11, 1990, was an bewildering day for a man, who by “birth, upbringing, emotional self-sufficiency, social grace, imposing appearance Read more »

| | More

Safwan Shabab

Tribute to Madiba: Lessons for us

December 6, 2013
Tribute to Madiba: Lessons for us

As South Africans and the world remember the life and legacy of NelsonMandela, his principles and fight for equality are universal. Read more »

| | More

M A Taslim

TICFA: The capitulation

December 5, 2013
TICFA: The capitulation

After years of fruitless deliberations, the government has finally succumbed to internal and external imperatives to sign a Trade Read more »

| | More

Dr. Nuzhat Choudhury

Memoirs of ‘71 by women: Much more than memories

December 4, 2013
Memoirs of ‘71 by women: Much more than memories

The memoirs of ’71 are invaluable pieces of our history, firsthand accounts — unadulterated, unbiased, unafraid truth Read more »

| | More

MK Aaref

When democracy appears a distant dream

December 4, 2013
When democracy appears a distant dream

I don’t fall under the category of ‘Sushil Shomaj’. Therefore no reporter or TV station will come Read more »

| | More

Julian Francis

Break barriers, open doors

December 3, 2013
Break barriers, open doors

My elder brother, James, who was born in 1943 with a genetic chromosomal abnormality, Down’s Syndrome Read more »

| | More

Matiur Rahman

What do we see today in the paradoxical promise-land?

December 1, 2013
What do we see today in the paradoxical promise-land?

Bangladesh is a promise-land. It is full of economic, political and social paradoxes. Read more »

| | More
Get Adobe Flash playerPlugin by wpburn.com wordpress themes

 

January 2015
S S M T W T F
« Dec    
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31