Greener Ramadan for sustainability
Green Ramadan can revive Islam’s long tradition of sustainability and care for the planet
The world of Buddhadeva Bose
Over four decades since his time as a student at Dhaka University, Buddhadeva Bose remains an inspiration for students of English literature
Celebrating the splendour of the surrounding
Steadfast may be the term more appropriate in denoting Tajuddin Ahmed’s stylistic approach to preserve the personal hallmark of his works.
Bank rescue buys stability at a high price
If depositors think they’ll be bailed out unconditionally they have no need to cause a run. And if the bank doesn’t face a run, it ought to have no need to sell assets in a hurry
Equity for equality
Equity recognises that each person is different and has different circumstances to cope with
How safe is the online space for women and girls?
Effective implementation of laws and policies is one of the prerequisites for preventing and curbing cyber harassment and bullying
March 1971: As a lapsed teenager remembers
In those days, as Bangabandhu’s birthday approached, newspapers in West Pakistan seemed to be tripping over one another in pouring encomiums on him
For humanity and the planet to thrive, we need to empower women
On International Women's Day, we are in the midst of a polycrisis – war, inflation, cost of living, food and climate – and through economic insecurity, women are disproportionately hurt