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Books are my lifeline during quarantine

Books are a lifeline to young Adrita and she have quite a few recommendations...

Books are my lifeline during quarantine

His silent departure

Latifur Rahman's support, integrity and determination has been the mainstay of Prothom Alo's ascent to the top. Editor Matiur Rahman pays tribute to extraordinary man whose dreams will remain ...

Latifur Rahman

COVID-19 to change women’s lives in Bangladesh

As countries globally struggle to cope with COVID-19, we are bombarded with news about flailing healthcare, shrinking economies, and diverse measures to contain the virus. What is rarely making it to ...

Women carry relief supplies amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Change is in the wind – fly with it.

As universities and professors become better at delivering online education, the learning experience will improve significantly.

Amit Chakma


The ‘New Normal’ for schools

A ‘New Normal’ has emerged for schools around the globe because of Covid-19 and has made way for so many questions to surface in the minds of educators, teachers and parents as we rapidly had to ...

Online studies

Groping in the dark, silencing other views

The leader of the Chinese expert medical team compared Bangladesh’s efforts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, to groping around in the dark. The team was in Bangladesh for two weeks to share their ...

Groping in the dark, silencing other views

Budget 2020-21

‘Mafia’ syndicate controls Bangladesh Bank

The banking sector is in a precarious position. It should not have been in this predicament. However, for quite some time now, particularly after the present finance minister took office, the ...

Khondokar Ibrahim Khaled

Tackling COVID-19: The Bangladesh case

Bangladesh must improve its governance and political institution, and strengthen democracy, writes NN Tarun Chakravorty, while deliberating on the state of coronavirus in Bangladesh

A ferry with migrant workers arrive at the Mawa Ferry Ghat as they are heading to Dhaka after government has eased restriction on garment factories and some other sectors amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Munshiganj district, Bangladesh, 30 April 2020.

'The concept of development will change'

Development does not only mean building roads, bridges, infrastructure or establishments

Serajul Islam Chowdhury

World Environment Day 2020

Nature-based solutions in urban planning of Bangladesh cities

The sudden disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has paved its way towards some positive impacts in context of environment and climate all around the world.

Grey concrete structures of the capital city
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