Supplements

Editor’s Note

It is difficult to encapsulate in words the full spectrum of emotions that are inspired by the ushering in of Victory Day every year—

Secularism in Bangladesh: The troubled biography of a constitutional pillar

The ubiquity of the word “secularism” (it is mentioned in more than 75 of the world’s constitutions as an ideal the State promotes, or an organising principle that it affirms), and the passionate...

From ‘socialism’ to disaster capitalism

“The demonstration of superfluous consumption amidst mass hardship must be eliminated. Thus sumptuous hotel dinners, the exhibition of costly jewellery and dress, and the display of surplus motor...

December 16, 2020
December 16, 2020

From ‘socialism’ to disaster capitalism

“The demonstration of superfluous consumption amidst mass hardship must be eliminated. Thus sumptuous hotel dinners, the exhibition of costly jewellery and dress, and the display of surplus motor...

December 16, 2020
December 16, 2020

Secularism in Bangladesh: The troubled biography of a constitutional pillar

The ubiquity of the word “secularism” (it is mentioned in more than 75 of the world’s constitutions as an ideal the State promotes, or an organising principle that it affirms), and the passionate...

December 16, 2020
December 16, 2020

Editor’s Note

It is difficult to encapsulate in words the full spectrum of emotions that are inspired by the ushering in of Victory Day every year—

December 16, 2020
December 16, 2020

Democracy: The journey that has taken a wrong turn

If one must identify the fundamental premise of the founding of independent Bangladesh, it is democracy—we can claim that democracy was the raison d’etre for establishing the country.

December 16, 2020
December 16, 2020

Towards multiplex horizons of nationalism

As Bangladesh steps into 50, the people of this country can rightfully be proud of a rich heritage of her story—a story of struggles, movements for emancipation, autonomy, liberation and...