Bangla Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Interview

How ‘A Burning’ author Megha Majumdar found inspiration in...

Author Megha Majumdar. | Michal Labik Somewhere in Bengal, a train is set on fire. A working-class young Muslim woman is hauled by...

‘We are keeping the people’s conscience awake, keeping the...

The Taiwan-based Tang Foundation recently awarded the Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association (BELA) the Tang Foundation Prize in...

Democracy Talks: A conversation with Wai Wai Nu

Wai Wai Nu Wai Wai Nu was imprisoned in Burma in 2005 as an 18-year old college student, along with her mother, sister, and fa...

‘Nazi-like situation emerging in India’: Emirati Princess

Princess Hend Al Qassimi, who belongs to the royal family of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has become the woman of the moment by ta...

Despite threats to public health, defense budgets will go...

James Robinson, co-author of the international bestseller Why Nations Fail and Director of the University of Chicago’...

People may criticise us, but environment is top priority f...

Last week, Bhutan’s government took two important decisions which could impact its regional ties, especially with India. The firs...

‘India doesn’t understand the area from a people-to-people...

Sujeev Shakya Sujeev Shakya is best known as Nepal’s CEO, or “chief eternal optimist”. A decade after Unleas...

Will invite Turkey to join multi-billion dollar CPEC proje...

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said diplomatic efforts have brought down tension in the Middle East following the recent US-Iran c...

Interview with Iraq’s President: Where will US-Iran tensio...

Protesters in Tehran demonstrated against a US air strike, in Iraq, that killed the Iranian general and foreign-military mastermind...

Doyenne of Muslim activists says Lanka can return to commu...

Jezima Ismail (84) is a prominent Sri Lankan educator and social activist who is seen as the country’s Matriarch of Muslim civil...