Little Matters

Little Matters

On Power: A high unaccounted for

Last year, an English daily published a report that the police arrested at least 21,883 suspected drug-peddlers and addicts across the country between May 18 and June 21 as part of the anti-drug drives.

Shame, guilt, anger—and lives lost

The body of 15-year-old Aritry Adhikary was found hanging from the ceiling fan of her room, with the door locked from inside, at her Shantinagar home on Monday.

Make space for the art of free speech

It is no coincidence that the word “articulate” begins with the word “art”. There is an art to the formation of clear and distinct sounds in speech.

Crippling Senses

A human being has five senses. Taste, smell, touch, hearing and sight. These senses are essential for survival that is the ultimate goal

Under an open sky

Last Sunday, the front page of The Daily Star displayed an image of a classroom. In the photograph, a teacher of Chhalia Government Primary School in Sylhet was seen as imparting lessons upon her students on the school playground.

LITTLE MATTERS / The need to be seen

The fundamental need of a human being, I think, is to feel seen. To connect.