Shuprova Tasneem

November 10, 2022
November 10, 2022

HSC question paper is merely a symptom of communalism

A progressive education system is necessary to root out communalism from society

November 4, 2022
November 4, 2022

Guerrilla Hafiz and the freedom fighters we have failed

Almost 50 years after the war, freedom fighter Guerrilla Hafiz is yet to receive state recognition

October 29, 2022
October 29, 2022

Why is workplace safety for women such a big ask?

The truth is that women are at risk of violence regardless of whether they work in homes, factories, fields or offices.

October 1, 2022
October 1, 2022

Game of Seats: Eden College ugliness exposes the rot in student politics

According to media reports, there are around 3,310 seats at halls but at least 12,000 students unlawfully inhabit them, with up to 12-15 students living in one room.

September 25, 2022
September 25, 2022

SAFF champions' treatment shows how we devalue women

To be seen, to simply exist and take up space – on sporting fields, in courts of justice, on buses and in public office – shouldn’t have to be a revolutionary act.

September 6, 2022
September 6, 2022

Have we forgotten about dignity?

If people in a country with so much development and progress can’t even expect to have a dignified life, or death, then what was it all for?

September 5, 2022
September 5, 2022

‘Bangladesh can’t wait forever to resolve the Teesta issue’

The next stage of Bangladesh-India relations should involve long-term, innovative projects.

August 25, 2022
August 25, 2022

‘Rohingya refugees need education to take control of their future’

Rohingya human rights activist Razia Sultana talks to Shuprova Tasneem from The Daily Star on Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day.

August 15, 2022
August 15, 2022

A woman is dead. Why are we gossiping about her personal life?

Media has a responsibility to stop sensationalising stories about women and focus on the wider inequalities that affect them.

March 22, 2022
March 22, 2022

Our apathy towards the suicide epidemic

Every death is a tragedy, but when a young life is cut short, there is almost always a deeper level of empathy, a shared commiseration at the sadness of a life not lived.