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Ayesha kabir

Ayesha kabir

Lifestyle changes can prevent one-third of cancer: Zafor Masud

World Cancer Day is observed every year on 4 February to raise awareness concerning cancer, and to encourage its prevention, detection and treatment. Professor Zafor Md Masud, head of the Department ...

Lifestyle changes can prevent one-third of cancer: Zafor Masud

Democracy, development and disillusionment

Disillusioned by democracy, duped by development, the people have been left in limbo. The election was supposed to have been a chance for change, an opportunity for the people to stand up for what ...

Democracy, development and disillusionment

Who will take the blame?

Certain directives of the Supreme Court have created new circumstances concerning candidature in the coming election. The right of 17 BNP candidates to contest in the election has been suspended. ...

Who will take the blame?

They are not voters, yet

Move over millennials, Generation Z is here! And perhaps this is being felt in Bangladesh more than anywhere else in the world at the moment. The recent road safety movement brought this generation ...

They are not voters, yet

There’s still semai, but soufflé too!

Traditions die hard. There used to be a fixed routine for Eid. Wake up early. The men would bathe and wear their kurta-pajamas. The women would serve the semai and maybe a few tikia so the men can ...

There’s still semai, but soufflé too!

Books and brickbats

It’s not that we didn’t have our fair share of violence and mayhem on campus back in the day. It would be unfair to bask in the haze of select amnesia and paint a utopian picture of life ...

Books and brickbats
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