IF ALAL GOES RIGHT, DULAL GOES LEFT.
Study of History: The Popular-Academic Divide by Shafiq for AlaloDulal.org This article is a continuation of a discussion initiated in an AoD post by Naeem Mohaiemen on March 4th 2013, … Continue reading
Mind your language: “Too Much Bengali Spoken in Tower Hamlets (Council)” by Udayan Chattopadhyay, for AlalODulal.org Tower Hamlets is one of the most densely populated Bengali areas outside of the … Continue reading
In the wake of Savar and Tazreen, debate rages in garments business about whether to deepen trade ties, or take punitive measures (“39 per cent said they would probably buy … Continue reading
A line in the esteemed Jyoti Rahman’s otherwise excellent article made me sit up. “…But to me, it is yet another case of the rest of the world caring little … Continue reading
[Editor's Note: Jerry Allen submitted this article about his experience in CHT to several deshi media outlets, who did not print it. AoD is printing it today in its entirety.] … Continue reading
BRITISH BANGLADESHI POWER 100 list has been released. Problematic concept (“Power”), fuzzy categories, and bizarro inclusions (Gaffar Chowdhury!), but here it is– for blog dissection. Women 1. Irene Zubaida Khan … Continue reading
The Hay Festival controversy picks up speed as protesters demand “Prime Minister’s intervention to refrain Bangla Academy from being the host of the Hay Festival on the academy premises, resignation … Continue reading