Rohingya girding up for monsoon

Over 40,000 Rohingya families in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar refugee camps...

Reviving jute’s lost lustre: A Swedish gesture

Health-conscious people across the world are avoiding the use of...

Cracking the obesity pandemic

Obesity has become an increasingly serious problem around the world...

LDC graduation: A new era for Bangladesh

The UN Committee for Development Policy (CDP) visited Dhaka from...

Moments stilled in eternity

A young mother holding her child's hand turns round the...

An apology to Beauty

Beauty Akhter was murdered in presence of her father. As...

Revving up rural economy to beat poverty

For the last couple of years, poverty reduction got much...

Making of a model public hospital

  The present state of Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital...

Analysing price spiral during Ramadan

Ramadan is knocking at the door. Consumers are hoping for...

Blending battle-lines in the Middle-east chess board

We have long heard of the Israel-Palestine chasm dragging on...

The art of minting money

Of the many childhood delights, one is surely a kind...

FDI: Is it bane or boon for Bangladesh?

The flow of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Bangladesh dates...

Building a world free from communality

Economist Professor Abul Barkat has authored a book on fundamentalism....

Under-15 girls’ football team makes the country proud

Women in Bangladesh are usually considered a second-rated species. They...

The age of millennials

Millennials (people born between 1981-2000) are a completely different variant...

Taking the bull by the horns

Sexual harassment is an unwanted advance, unwelcome request for sexual...

The history of soccer

Soccer is the world's most popular sport. More than 240...

Biden and Trump trade blows

Who would dare openly declare of physically pounding the president...

The story of maximum retail deception

I may not have been good at leading a methodical...

The forgotten silent majority

Lipi's mother who works at my home as a part...

Restoring the lustre of golden fibre

Jute farmers of Nilphamari district were facing trouble after harvesting...

Globalisation, protectionism and trends of world economy

Protectionism was once a dominant phenomenon in world economy. In...

Time is propitious for political turncoats

A Bangla adage runs like this when paraphrased: In war...