Anujit Saha | Updated at 03:10pm on July 08, 2020
Under the façade of fiction, Anujit Saha writes about how state policies keep racism alive
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...
Anujit Saha | Updated at 12:00am on January 26, 2020
When you have billions of dollars, you have the power to define ‘human evolution’. Close inspection of the most of the international corporations helps us...
Anujit Saha | Updated at 12:00am on December 29, 2019
After the independence, the nationalisation of public services promised a lot. With popularisation or liberal and neo-liberal ideas, many of those services have been privatised....
Anujit Saha | Updated at 12:00am on December 01, 2019
Neither the state, nor the employees of the tech-giants can be trusted with the responsibility of filtering out hate speeches and bigotry messages on the...
Anujit Saha | Updated at 12:00am on October 06, 2019
Big fossil fuel corporations are investing in what can be called geo-engineering — an engineering process to manipulate the climate. Arguing that Ethiopia’s unprecedented reforestation...
Anujit Saha | Updated at 12:00am on August 18, 2019
When we think of the earth and environmental initiatives, we are taught to think green. But can we restore the earth to its natural environment...
Anujit Saha | Updated at 12:00am on August 04, 2019
A huge number of students after completing their school certificate examinations head to Dhaka because of centralisation of quality educational institutions. This practice is, on...