profiles

  • The great minds we lost

    A N M Munier Chowdhury An academic, playwright, literary critic and political activist, Munier Chowdhury was born on November 27, 1925, and spent his whole life devoted to the pursuit of knowledge ...

  • Soaring to success

    This week Rouham Manzoor answers questions from students who are looking for higher education opportunities abroad. There are many different reasons why a student should consider studying overseas. ...

  • In conversation with Harold Varmus

    Arguably one of the biggest names on the DLF ticket this year was Harold Varmus MD, a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize for his cancer research. We decided to have one final conversation with Dr Varmus ...

  • The relentless entrepreneur

     As a world renowned entrepreneurship coach and motivational speaker, Gary Whitehill advises presidents, prime ministers and Fortune 100 CEOs on both art and science of entrepreneurship, innovati ...

  • My French friend

    On Saturday morning, while checking my Facebook notifications, a usual routine of mine during the early hours, I saw one update from Eric Butruille, who was "marked safe during Paris terror attac ...

  • One question: why?

    Global Dignity Day, which was observed on October 21, is the brainchild of three friends: Prince Haakon, Pekka Himanen and John Hope Bryant. An autonomous, non-profit, non-criticism and non-partisan g ...

  • Putting me first

    “Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” ~ Audre Lorde Non-attachment I notice in my yoga practice and also in t ...