Anujit Saha | Updated at 10:30pm on June 03, 2020
In a state experiencing more than seven per cent GDP growth for the past three years and with an unexpectedly good stock of rice and...
Md Niamot Ali | Updated at 12:00am on May 31, 2020
While discussing the definition of development, Md Niamot Ali argues that Bangladesh needs to redefine the definition of development for the post-COVID scenario. It involves...
Maisha Tabassum Mona | Updated at 06:15pm on May 18, 2020
Maisha Tabassum Mona talks how the COVID-19 is affecting youths’ social life, future of education, family and love relationships
Ridwanul Haque | Updated at 12:00am on May 17, 2020
Taking past epidemics and pandemics and authorities responses into account, Ridwanul Haque talks about political economy of epidemics
Nafiul Alam Shupto | Updated at 04:45pm on May 14, 2020
In the last week, a number of thinkers, cartoonists, journalists have been arrested and sued under the Digital Security Act 2018 which drawn criticism from...
Nousheen Sharmila Ritu | Updated at 12:00am on May 10, 2020
Narratives shapes our thinking process and dictates the collective psyche of a nation. We have to recognise available scopes and opportunities in this predicament to...
Emon Sahariar | Updated at 10:10pm on May 06, 2020
State mechanisms are becoming increasingly authoritarian serving the interests of the ruling elites. It seems like societies are functioning only to serve the greed of...
Raihan Rahman | Updated at 12:00am on May 03, 2020
Pandemic is political and COVID-19 has appeared not only as a public health hazard but also brought economically and politically conditioned crises. The increasing privatisation,...
MD Talebur Islam Rupom | Updated at 07:30pm on April 29, 2020
Developing countries such as Cuba and Vietnam with socialist or communist state structure and philosophy are successfully handling the COVID-19 pandemic. What are the roles...
Md Nazmul Arefin | Updated at 12:00am on April 26, 2020
The COVID-19 is giving us a chance to rethink the future world. It teaches us that the future cannot be always reliably calculated by science...