IF ALAL GOES RIGHT, DULAL GOES LEFT.
Photography’s elusive credit line, and should we pirate Photoshop? by Naeem Mohaiemen for AlalODulal Photography’s attribution has entered increasingly contested waters as the internet has made photo sharing ever easier.
Boomerang by Naeem Mohaiemen [Edited version of this was published in Dhaka Tribune] When you ask an already powerful state to expand their powers further, so as to pummel those … Continue reading
Daily Star has announced that FORUM, it’s long-running monthly magazine, will close down as a “cost-saving” measure. FORUM was originally published in the 1960s/70s, with an editorial board that included … Continue reading
The “Islamists” burn newspapers when they are offended by a cartoon, the newspaper apologizes and fires the cartoonist. Later he spends months in jail, and eventually flees into exile in … Continue reading
David Nalin: friend or smuggler of antiquities? Guest Post by Dr. Perween Hasan I was surprised and angered to read a report in the daily Prothom Alo (March 30, 2013) … Continue reading
Sometimes you wait your whole life to meet someone properly.
Shanu Lahiri is no more. A great and rare soul has left Kolkata and the earth.
We wish to inform you A history of censorship in Bangladesh (1972-2012) by Naeem Mohaiemen [An abbreviated version of this was published in Daily Star's FORUM magazine] I first started … Continue reading