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OP-ED: Nobody seems to care about...

OP-ED: Nobody seems to care about...

Julian Francis

Fri, Nov 20 2020

Has Covid-19 changed people’s attitudes towards cleanliness and hygiene?

OP-ED: Memories of the devastation of...

OP-ED: Memories of the devastation of...

Julian Francis

Thu, Nov 12 2020

Half a million people perished in this disaster, which hit Bangladesh 50 years ago, on this day

OP-ED: Remembering Dhirendranath...

OP-ED: Remembering Dhirendranath...

Julian Francis

Fri, Nov 6 2020

A fearless agitator who always stood up for his convictions

OP-ED: Remembering the fallen

OP-ED: Remembering the fallen

Julian Francis

Thu, Oct 29 2020

Wars and killings never seem to go away

Op-Ed: Why Oxfam produced the ‘Testimony...

Why Oxfam produced the ‘Testimony of...

Julian Francis

Wed, Oct 21 2020

Today marks 49 years since the publication of a collection of eye-witness accounts from 1971

OP-ED: Children need their schools...

OP-ED: Children need their schools...

Julian Francis

Thu, Oct 15 2020

The pandemic has caused many to drop out of school -- this could be a disaster on top of a disaster

OP-ED: Born of pain and suffering

OP-ED: Born of pain and suffering

Julian Francis

Thu, Oct 8 2020

Memories of the plight of children in 1971

OP-ED: The influence of Mahatma...

OP-ED: The influence of Mahatma...

Julian Francis

Thu, Oct 1 2020

What would he have thought of the world today?

OP-ED: Will it ever stop?

OP-ED: Will it ever stop?

Julian Francis

Thu, Sep 24 2020

Incompetence and corruption rule our lives

OP-ED: A giant of a man with a very...

OP-ED: A giant of a man with a very...

Julian Francis

Sun, Sep 13 2020

In remembrance of Father Timm

OP-ED: Everyone will miss his...

OP-ED: Everyone will miss his...

Julian Francis

Thu, Sep 10 2020

Remembering Ziauddin Tariq Ali and his contribution towards preserving the memories of our...

OP-ED: Nobody cares anymore

OP-ED: Nobody cares anymore

Julian Francis

Thu, Sep 3 2020

Are we lacking in our humanitarian understanding?

OP-ED: Rambling thoughts and distant...

OP-ED: Rambling thoughts and distant...

Julian Francis

Thu, Aug 20 2020

Why has so little punishment been delivered to Health Ministry officials?

OP-ED: The day I met Bangabandhu

OP-ED: The day I met Bangabandhu

Julian Francis

Sat, Aug 15 2020

Remembering the things that mattered to him

OP-ED: Lefties do it right

OP-ED: Lefties do it right

Julian Francis

Thu, Aug 6 2020

It’s not easy living in a right-handed world

OP-ED: Where does corruption come...

OP-ED: Where does corruption come...

Julian Francis

Thu, Jul 30 2020

All those involved in corruption in the fields of health or relief deserve severe punishment

OP-ED: A journey of 50 years

OP-ED: A journey of 50 years

Julian Francis

Thu, Jul 23 2020

A few special moments over the years

OP-ED: Cheating as a way of life

OP-ED: Cheating as a way of life

Julian Francis

Thu, Jul 16 2020

There is a perception that only those willing to join the corruption bandwagon can progress in life

OP-ED: There is militancy, but there...

OP-ED: There is militancy, but there...

Julian Francis

Thu, Jul 9 2020

The memories of Faraaz and Abinta should inspire us to work for the underprivileged

OP-ED: What is the future of the...

OP-ED: What is the future of the...

Julian Francis

Thu, Jul 2 2020

Putting the worst refugee crisis of our times in historical context

OP-ED: The nightmares return

OP-ED: The nightmares return

Julian Francis

Thu, Jun 18 2020

Remembering epidemics of the past in our country