Anika Mahin

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    Language and construction of stereotypes

    by Anika Mahin | Updated at 12:09am on February 21, 2019

    WHILE writing about language and construction of image which in itself leads the way to the act of creating stereotypes, a quotation from Ngugi WA...

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    Language, identity, its loss and what it means

    Anika Mahin | Updated at 12:15am on February 21, 2018

    LANGUAGE is the carrier of civilisation, the mode of self-expression and self-determination and identity; both political and cultural. According to Ngugi WA Thiong’o, ‘Language carries...

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    Social movement and social media

    by Anika Mahin | Updated at 12:05am on December 19, 2017

    IT BEGAN with a gesture, two fingers raised in the sign of victory. The ownership of those two infamous fingers belonged to Abdul Quader Molla,...

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    Need to look within

    Anika Mahin | Updated at 05:29pm on November 16, 2017

    IT IS often argued – invariably by theatre activist and theatre enthusiasts — that the theatre movement in Bangladesh is the finest fruit of Muktijuddho....

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    A positive endeavour amidst widespread bleakness

    Anika Mahin | Updated at 10:09pm on October 26, 2017

    IT WAS with mild curiosity that I walked towards Star Cineplex to watch the newest sensation of Bangla cinema — Dhaka Attack....