Category: Cover Story

This is the cover story of every month

Global Policing of US Abu Tahir Mustakim

Fifty years is not a long time in the history of the world. But in this period of recent history, the role of the United States has been hotly debated whenever the question of global policing came up. It is not clear what the United States wanted about the liberation...

Dilemma over Different Diets -Zayed Shahnewaz

Nowadays people are talking about different kinds of diets because they are more concerned about their health as Covid-19 pandemic has hammered the whole world. It is true people, particularly those in the service sector, now think more about their workloads and thus eat a lot of processed foods and...

Festivals & Faiths -Fahmida Mehreen

Festivals & Faiths -Fahmida Mehreen

All over the world, festivals — colourful and joyous celebrations — bring people together. There are hundreds of festivals that bring thousands, and even millions of people, together for communal prayers and spiritual enlightenment. Some festivals attract homogenous people while some others heterogeneous communities. There are vibrant parades, bountiful feasts,...

Transcending ideology and sculpture -Abu Muaj

“In the room women come and go Talking of Michelangelo” English Poet TS Eliot, in his poet ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock’, talked about common people discussing about the dexterity and artistic excellence of one of the greatest Italian sculptors Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni. The common folks,...

Uru Life by the Lake Titicaca -Fahmida Mehreen

This big wide world houses many types of people. Not everyone looks the same, speaks the same language, eats the same food, or does the same thing. In short, there are different groups of people living across the world. Now, differences can be a result of different nationality, religion, ethnicity,...

Diets that keep infectious diseases at bay Zayed Shahnewaz

Even the doctors, whose medical education is highly focused on medicine, despicably depended upon the diets during a surprise international health crisis like coronavirus and ended up being a staunch believer in age-old proverb ‘diet cures more than the doctor’. The coronavirus crippled the planet exposing that the humanity is...

Looking back on 9/11 – Abu Taher Mustakim

At 8:45 AM in the morning on September 11, 2001, an American Airlines Boeing 767 loaded with 20,000 gallons of jet fuel crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. The impact left a gaping, burning hole near the 80th floor of the 110-story...

Concerns Concerning Coronavirus Abu Tahir Mustakim

Whole world is now passing through a very crucial time due to the coronavirus pandemic. Governments of many countries of the world have declared lockdown. In order to save the lives, people are instructed to stay at home cut off from the outside world. In fear of contracting coronavirus, people...

A tale of some first coronavirus victims -Ifrith Islam

“April is the cruelest month, breeding lilacs out of the dead land, mixing, memory and desire, stirring dull roots with spring rain.” English Poet TS Eliot’s poem “The Waste Land” best rhymes with the coronavirus-ravaged world as its inhabitants died in April. Bangladesh is no exception to this. April turns...