Category: Cover Story

This is the cover story of every month

Children on the Fronlines of Climate Change -Masud Rana

The plight of children in Bangladesh amidst the escalating climate crisis is a stark reminder of the disproportionate impact environmental changes have on the young. The nation, cradled by the mighty rivers of the Ganges, Brahmaputra, and Meghna, faces a relentless battle against the rising tides and ferocious weather patterns...

Delving deep into dropout rates -Md Tareq Hasan

An old but ever-important saying is that education is the backbone of a nation. So if a nation has to survive with a straight spine, there is no alternative to education. It is through education that a person becomes disciplined. The population of advanced and modern countries is 100% literate....

Forbidding Foods Beyond Faiths -Abu Tahir Mustakim

In nutrition, diet refers to the total food intake of an individual or organism. The term often suggests a specific nutritional plan for health or weight management. While humans are omnivorous, food preferences or restrictions may vary across cultures and individuals, often influenced by taste, ethics, or religious beliefs. Choices...

Focal Points -MSF Sadib

Focal Points -MSF Sadib

“This writing is for you, my dear.” I became disinterested after writing so much in the notebook. I am sitting under the sun of a sandy evening sky, surrounded by flickering neon signs. My gaze diverts itself from the glittering neon signs and unintentionally pierces through the restaurant’s glass, heading...

Gaza a graveyard for children -Abu Muaj

Incubators of newborn babies bombed, Intensive Care Units targeted, children buried under rubbles, hospitals hacked, war on infirmaries unleashed, ambulances riddled with IDF bullets, cradles caved in, buildings bulldozed, wedding ceremony turns into funeral, mosque domes demolished, helpless mass people face massacre in total mess and darkness – that is...

Gaza-Israel war may change Middle East -Abu Muaj and Abu Tahir Mustakim

When Narendra Modi’s India does bulldozer justice to none but Muslim protesters not even to the Khalistanists, Benjamin Netanyahu’s Israel does bombing justice to Palestinians who had been punished collectively. Failing to eliminate Gaza Strip’s ruling party Hamas, which launched blitzkrieg early on Saturday, Israel air force launched bombing spree...

UN could Criminalise Ghettoisation -Abu Muaj

France may be the most visited country in the world for its architecture, food and fine arts but at the same time, it carries bitter memories of violence, division and broken promises. Sensible French people secreted cortisol hormone over the death of 17-year-old Nahel Merzouk whom French police killed in...

Turning into a Myth? -Fahmida Mehreen

Bangladesh is a riverine country enriched in beauty by the rivers following all across. It is crisscrossed by more than 200 waterways. Rivers are the lifeblood of this country since they help shape the geographical landscape, play a vital role in maintaining the balance of the ecosystem as well as...

Democracies on Decline -Abu Tahir Mustakim

Currently, the global recession of democracy has begun. Viktor Orbán of Hungary, Jarosław Kaczyński of Poland, Jair Bolsanaro of Brazil, Donald Trump of the United States, and Narendra Modi of India; are all democratically elected. Some of them are still in power. There are some democracies like Egypt, Pakistan, Bangladesh...

Food and Freedom -Abu Tahir Mustakim

The loss of lives of millions of people due to famine during British colonial rule is well known. Most famines pave the way for regime changes as they are not natural disasters. It is a man-made disaster as failure in the food management remains the core cause of this disaster....

Post-quake rebuilding -moinul alam

Rebuilding is going on in Turkey and Syria after these countries were hit by massive earthquakes in the wee hours on 6th February, 2023. It was one of the most devastating natural calamities in recent time that left more than fifty thousand people dead and nearly a million people injured....

Media houses and cultural diversity -Abu Tahir Mustakim

When Lionel Messi was adorned with — bisht— traditional Arab robe by Qatar Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani, western media houses targeted Muslims and Islam. And thus the international particularly Western media became exposed to the whole world because of their racist attitude shown before, during and after...