Radio, train rides, the charm of waiting for the newspaper -- the magic of that era is now gone
Remembering those English Department days at Dhaka University
Afghanistan held a special place in the imaginations of those who came of age in the 60s and 70s
Why do we attach so much importance to this decade of our lives?
Now, true thick forests are mere ghosts of their original state
Taking solace in past celebrations amid another Eid during the pandemic
With December comes a feeling of impermanence, a feeling that something is leaving the plane, never to...
Have we lost the ability to appreciate the little things in life, taking it all for granted?
It was there before TV, iPods, or streaming, and it isn’t going anywhere
What secrets lie within the walls of Beauty Boarding?
Dhaka was a slice of paradise in the old days
A Rohingya activist wonders where it all went wrong
What is the true cost of urbanisation?
Books are only a part of what Boi Mela has always been about