A Winter's Tale
Sajid Khan writes a short story about the travails of a rickshaw puller trying to make a living in Dhaka
Interested in ordinary lives, not heroes: Gurnah
The Nobel laureate for literature says he is interested in the complications of ordinary life because that’s what most people live
Partition among world’s most horrendous political events: Nuruddin Farah
The writer lamented the millions who lost their homes, their property, and their lives in the mass migration
Dhaka needs forethought more than flyovers
As persistent traffic issues in the capital show, Dhaka may need proper planning more than expensive infrastructure
What have students missed in the pandemic?
The spontaneous interactions of a university campus add up to more than you may think
Toufique Imrose Khalidi
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