আমার ভাণ্ডার থেকে রিয়া-সুশান্তদের জন্য একটাও শব্দ খরচ করবো না। ওটা তোলা থাক গণতন্ত্রের চতুর্থ স্তম্ভদের জন্য।
John Pilger, the famous journalist, author and documentary filmmaker, writes about the trial of Julian Assange
ইরানের মানবাধিকার কর্মী, রাজনৈতিক বন্দিদের হয়ে আইনি লড়াই করে কারাগার বন্দি নাসরিন সোতুদে।নাসরিন সোতুদেতে উপছে পড়ছে আমার দেশের কারাগারও। স্বৈরাচারী ইরান, আর পৃথিবীর বৃহত্তম গণতন্ত্রের মধ্যে তফাৎটা মাইক্রোস্কোপে খুঁজতে হয়!
China and Nepal are expected to jointly announce a new official height of the world’s highest peak
For schoolchildren, lockdown means no education. Empires are failing to tackle this crisis.
Looking back at the valley after the revocation of Article 370 – Part Five
Confidential US intelligence dossier sheds new light on India-China relations during the 1950s
As Covid-19 rages, medical data privacy in the US to be compromised
ড: কাফিল খান: একজন সাধারণ ডাক্তার থেকে প্রতিবাদের মুখ হয়ে ওঠার কাহিনী
Looking back at the valley after the revocation of Article 370 – Part Four
The long-drawn confrontation between the farmers of Plachimada, Kerala and corporate giant Coca-Cola has passed into folklore and visual history. This year marks 21 years of that people’s movement against the corporate giant.
Bloodbath continues as more and more Indians are losing their livelihoods due to the pandemic and lockdowns
Looking back at the valley after the revocation of Article 370 – Part Three
The Last Word
Through information control and crafty jugglery of words, the US has convinced us not to call the nuclear attacks on Japan ‘acts of terror’
Looking back at the valley after the revocation of Article 370 – Part Two
From The Doc’s Lab
Looking back at the valley after the revocation of Article 370 – Part One
For ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, the new oil deal with the US could turn out to be suicidal
The Write Line
The latest of many ghastly gang-rape cases in India raises questions about the real rights of women without privilege
India and Nigeria will be the two most populated countries by the end of the century, according to projections from a team of Seattle-based researchers
A chilling Oxfam report says globally 12,000 people could be dying every day out of hunger caused by the pandemic by the end of this year
India is a major buyer of ‘dirty gold’ from Dubai that comes from conflict-torn African countries
An alarming number of deaths in India from lightning strikes sheds light on a disturbing trend: how little we care when only our villagers die
আমরা নয় ভক্ত হনুমানের মত গন্ধমাদন কাঁধে নিয়ে জীবনটা কাটিয়ে দিতে পারলে বেঁচে যাই, তাবলে একটা তিন বছরের শিশু! এই শিশু ভবিষ্যতে ‘জঙ্গি’ হয়ে উঠলে তার দায়িত্ব কার?
As we mark the truth seeker’s 49th b’day, it is worth revisiting how Empire continues to snuff out real journalism
We live in times when our thoughts get tapped into, processed, and turned into packets of finished products that are bought and sold in the grand marketplace of ‘thought capitalism’
করোনা ভাইরাসের জন্মস্থান এবং সময় নিয়ে চমকপ্রদ তথ্য খুঁজে পেলো বার্সেলোনা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়। যার অর্থ উহানের ৯ মাস আগে থেকেই এই ভাইরাস আমাদের মধ্যে আছে।
Virologists from University of Barcelona discover traces of the coronavirus in the city’s sewage samples from March 2019
Beijing possesses 320 N-weapons as against India’s 150 nukes as of last January
A 1996 agreement between India and China holds the key to a lot of questions
We need to detox our own racist outlook before tweeting furiously about what’s happening halfway around the world
Our tendency to defend borders is linked to phenomena like lions in the jungle angrily tearing into each other for territorial domination and stray dogs ‘scent-marking’ their jurisdiction
Suicides, cancers, poverty, smoking, alcohol have separately claimed more lives in 2020 than the coronavirus did
The Write Line
The celebrated thinker opens up on what went wrong with India’s response to the pandemic in an interview with Democracy Now!
Finally and quite disturbingly, India is emerging as the new global hot spot of Covid-19
Battered by the coronavirus, flattened by the lockdown, China and India will simply go bankrupt if they fight a war now
The story behind the news story of a strange remark from Donald Trump
Coronavirus is not the only virus blowing in the wind. There’s a virus of hatred and scapegoating in the air
China and the US have superimposed the template of their clash of empires on the pandemic crisis
The Write Line
Lifting lockdowns is necessary for fragile economies like that of India. But governments also need to keep an eye on a chilling lesson from history
Statistics prove otherwise for those who feel India’s internal migrant population is only a small fraction of our society
The tragic incident makes us question the agenda of overseas brands with sophisticated operations in India
India’s unemployment rate went through the roof, reaching 27.1% in the month ending May 3
Is it right to jack up domestic-use petrol and diesel prices when international crude oil costs are crashing?
The Write Line
A look at some prominent super-slums around the world at risk of extinction due to Covid-19
It’s time to compare India’s Covid-19 testing rate with those of the worst-hit countries
Doctors in the US say the drug is helping coronavirus patients to recover faster than usual
The question on everybody’s mind is: When will the lockdown be lifted for good?
“There are malicious claims about the lab,” says Yuan Zhiming, Wuhan Institute of Virology
There’s a silent war raging out there – a war on the little-discussed petrodollar system
Over 500 garment factories in Bangladesh that supply goods to foreign brands have been forced to reopen
Has India been more badly hit by the contagion than we are able to gauge?
Did you ever imagine that a litre of crude oil will become cheaper than a bottle of mineral water?
Here’s how big China has become militarily in its bid to counter the US
How Masih Alinejad, an Iranian woman, kick-started a revolution against her country’s hijab law
Excerpts from a book that explains how the little-discussed petrodollar system works
A ground report from the locked down US Embassy in Tehran – the venue of a gripping 444-day saga