Abir Hossain

Abir Hossain is a sub-editor at SHOUT. He can be reached at: abir.hossain@thedailystar.net

Our lack of open spaces reinforces class disparity

Are open spaces a luxury reserved only for the wealthy? If that is the case, we should be asking whether these spaces are open to begin with.

2w ago

Breaking down the FY2024-25 education budget

The budget has increased across all levels of education. On the surface, the numbers appear to align with the government’s claims about education being one of the most important sectors to invest in. While there has been an increase in the amount proposed, it simply falls short of global standards.

1m ago

What it takes to become a comic artist in Bangladesh

Comic books have inspired a new generation of Bangladeshi artists, driven by passion and opportunities in the growing industry.

1m ago

How online education is bridging job disparity

Education is perhaps the most tangible manifestation of enlightenment.

4m ago

What it takes to study the culinary arts

A good dish can act as a landmark of a location, a reminder of fond memories, and a testament to the wonders that food is capable of weaving.

5m ago

When the sky lights up

A special comic this week on Rising Stars

6m ago

Kid who can draw surprised it's not enough for an Architecture degree

For an individual who took pride in their creativity, Shilpi resorted to the most unoriginal solution to this problem of hers. She aspired to become an architect.

7m ago

How far ahead should you plan as a student?

As the years have passed, the wide majority of us have veered away from the map we plotted for ourselves.

8m ago
June 28, 2024
June 28, 2024

Our lack of open spaces reinforces class disparity

Are open spaces a luxury reserved only for the wealthy? If that is the case, we should be asking whether these spaces are open to begin with.

June 12, 2024
June 12, 2024

Breaking down the FY2024-25 education budget

The budget has increased across all levels of education. On the surface, the numbers appear to align with the government’s claims about education being one of the most important sectors to invest in. While there has been an increase in the amount proposed, it simply falls short of global standards.

May 30, 2024
May 30, 2024

What it takes to become a comic artist in Bangladesh

Comic books have inspired a new generation of Bangladeshi artists, driven by passion and opportunities in the growing industry.

February 18, 2024
February 18, 2024

How online education is bridging job disparity

Education is perhaps the most tangible manifestation of enlightenment.

January 18, 2024
January 18, 2024

What it takes to study the culinary arts

A good dish can act as a landmark of a location, a reminder of fond memories, and a testament to the wonders that food is capable of weaving.

December 28, 2023
December 28, 2023

When the sky lights up

A special comic this week on Rising Stars

November 18, 2023
November 18, 2023

Kid who can draw surprised it's not enough for an Architecture degree

For an individual who took pride in their creativity, Shilpi resorted to the most unoriginal solution to this problem of hers. She aspired to become an architect.

November 2, 2023
November 2, 2023

How far ahead should you plan as a student?

As the years have passed, the wide majority of us have veered away from the map we plotted for ourselves.

October 4, 2023
October 4, 2023

Haileybury Bhaluka – a unique educational experience

Haileybury Bhaluka is a premier international boarding school, providing boys aged between 11 and 18 years with an exceptional English educational experience. The institution in Bangladesh is affiliated to Haileybury College UK and boasts an 850-acre campus situated in the beautiful rural setting of Bhaluka, 75 kilometres north of Dhaka, in Mymensingh. 

September 28, 2023
September 28, 2023

Custom-made keycaps conjured up by young keyboard enthusiast

What makes Rohan and his gaming rig stand out from many others are the keycaps on his keyboard.

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