- Anniversary analyses
- A new Delhi chapter for Sheikh Hasina
- Never-ending tragedy
- AIDS-free by 2030, India included
- Painting it all black
- Sonar Bangla, again
- Going overboard with cow protection
- Designer babies and the future of bioethics
The Six-Day War of 1967 show how Israel’s supporters romanticised the country besieged on all sides by hostile powers.
Expectations are high in Bangladesh that her India visit will yield substantial results
The chemical attack in Syria must compel the global community to bring the war to an end.
The road map must include higher budgetary allocation to public health care and increasing AIDS awareness.
Demonetisation may not unearth much because large deposits in banks aren’t necessarily black money.
India, Bangladesh relations need reframing. Modi and Hasina can restore Bengal’s regional centrality
Draconian punishments add to the irrationality of cow slaughter bans that burden farmers who own cattle and beef bans that attack citizens’ constitutional rights.
Strong cultural preferences for the male child in an era of designer babies could lead to a further deterioration of the sex ratio.