Journalists are a bitter lot and are out to be killjoys of any party, especially the ruling one.
In the US, an alien is not just an extraterrestrial; it could simply mean someone from a foreign country.
Shemi’s ordeal proves that the ridiculously glamourised notion of the family being the guaranteed support system in drama series and films is grossly overstated.
My phone thinks it knows me better than I know myself – how preposterous! Or is it?
There are a litany of issues that make the lives of ordinary citizens difficult.
But not because of the logic-defying stunts in AJ's latest movie venture, Din: The Day. It's because of Ananta Jalil, the human being.
Before jumping into the realm of artificial intelligence, we should start with some old-fashioned “common sense”
If you are ready to launder ill-gotten wealth, make sure it is in the thousands of crores – a few hundred crores is embarrassingly measly in this game of big bucks.
Let’s think of some out-of-the-box ways to tackle even the most formidable of problems.
What more will we achieve through being 'smart'?
So far, whatever the ruling party has been doing is going in favour of the BNP.
The value of a female is largely determined by what she can offer to her family and society
Food prices have been keeping us awake at night, making some of us seriously rethink our diets.
The adviser to the prime minister on private industry and investment, Salman F Rahman, recently expressed his dissatisfaction about the way our airport in Dhaka has been handling passengers, referring to allegations of staff members taking bribes and harassing them.
In the US, being Black or just a person of colour is enough to get one killed or arrested by a cop, merely for being at the wrong place at the wrong time—or even the right place at the right time.
Why is it that, no matter how many times we have experienced something unpleasant, we continue to do the exact same things we did before, expecting a different outcome?