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Titas’ prepaid meter project far from...

Titas’ prepaid meter project far from...

Bangladesh

Sun, Mar 10 2019

The government has extended the project till 2020

Unable to save: An RMG worker’s cost...

Unable to save: An RMG worker’s cost...

Special

Sat, Mar 9 2019

Shahida Akhter, an operator who dreamt of better wages because of the recent RMG workers’ protests,...

Going against the tide: More women taking...

Going against the tide: More women taking...

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Fri, Mar 8 2019

The number of women actively engaging in agricultural activities and farming is steadily growing

Breaking the glass ceiling

Breaking the glass ceiling

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Fri, Mar 8 2019

She is the first woman to be in such a position in Bangladesh's $30 billion apparel industry, where...

It’s a man’s job

It’s a man’s job

Special

Fri, Mar 8 2019

Numerous professional women in various sectors have described experiences where they were turned down...

Brick kilns devouring arable lands

Brick kilns devouring arable lands

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Thu, Mar 7 2019

Owners are supposed to use half portions of soil and sand to create a layer protecting the topsoil, but...

Snow White jute: A partial substitute...

Snow White jute: A partial substitute...

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Wed, Mar 6 2019

The fine white variety of the Golden Fibre is the latest invention of Bangladesh Jute Research...

Abul Barkat Memorial Museum: Out of...

Abul Barkat Memorial Museum: Out of...

Special

Thu, Feb 21 2019

In February 1952, when the language movement was heating up, the West Pakistan government clamped down...

Could 2019 truly be the year of indigenous...

Could 2019 truly be the year of indigenous...

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Thu, Feb 21 2019

The publication has been expected for quite some time by indigenous community researchers in order to...

Men’s fairness cream sales on the...

Men’s fairness cream sales on the...

Special

Sat, Feb 16 2019

An informal survey of convenience stores around the city reveals young men are increasingly buying into...

Bangladesh’s fair bride obsession

Bangladesh’s fair bride obsession

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Sat, Feb 9 2019

'The marriage market always demands a fair bride'

The economy of the fairness...

The economy of the fairness...

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Sat, Jan 26 2019

How the fairness industry tapped into Bangladesh's Tk150bn cosmetic industry market

What's behind government social media...

What's behind government social media...

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Thu, Jan 24 2019

Twelve cases filed and 22 arrested in cybercrime crackdown over past two months

The dangers of fairness creams

The dangers of fairness creams

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Sat, Jan 19 2019

Dermatologists warn that fairness solutions often come with ingredients that do more harm than good

The plastic question

The plastic question

World

Fri, Dec 21 2018

Making the right choice is harder than it looks

A friend, a fighter and a free spirit:...

A friend, a fighter and a free spirit:...

Special

Sun, Dec 16 2018

At only 14 years old, she was not dragged or drafted into war, but volunteered to fight for her...

Justice, remembrance and...

Justice, remembrance and...

Special

Sun, Dec 16 2018

 In a post truth world of alternative facts are the unprecedented achievements of a nation at risk...

A time of war and a time to heal

A time of war and a time to heal

Special

Sun, Dec 16 2018

Is reconciliation ever possible between warring sides?

Resistance radio

Resistance radio

Special

Sun, Dec 16 2018

There are few who do not know of the voice of the liberation movement - Shadhin Bangla Betar Kendra -...

Genocide at Golahat

Genocide at Golahat

Special

Sun, Dec 16 2018

The chilling account of the orchestrated massacre of Marwari and Hindu minorities in Golahat,...

A hero glossed over: The story of a...

A hero glossed over: The story of a...

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Sun, Dec 16 2018

'The war struck me the hardest when my elder brother went missing following a massacre in a neighbour-ing...