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  • Anupoma Joyeeta Joyee

    Anupoma Joyeeta Joyee is a perpetually sleepy Law student who emotionally identifies with ducks and occasionally sets out on writing sprees.

  • The Horrors of the Marital License to Rape

    A 14-year-old child bride in Tangail’s Basail upazila has died just at the “right time”.
  • Five reasons why Nishat Tasnim is grateful for masks

    Twenty-five-year-old Nishat Tasnim, the 6,079th of her name, has recently returned to work under the pretension that the coronavirus pandemic was a collective hallucination. She is grateful that everyone is now wearing masks, and not just because it keeps the virus away.
  • We must protect Hindu women’s right to inherit property

    In a landmark decision, the High Court has recently ruled that Hindu widows are entitled to inherit shares in all properties of their husbands including agricultural land.
  • Covid-19: A win for disaster capitalism and loss for the climate

    If six months ago someone had proposed shutting down the whole world to resolve a crisis, they would have been laughed off. In times of shock, impossible ideas suddenly seem possible and, more often than not, it’s the corporations that reap the benefits of that possibility.
  • Witness to the Wars and the Walls A day in Berlin

    If you are arriving in Berlin from a more pristine, more conventionally “charming” tourist city, prepare to be shocked. Berlin is filthier than Amsterdam, less organised than Vienna, less flamboyant than Budapest. Even compared to its German counterparts, Berlin is