Dwoha Chowdhury | The Daily Star
  • Dwoha Chowdhury

  • Killing a river for a road

    A dam in Kakunkhai area of Sylhet’s Gowainghat has killed the Baulikhal river at its source, depriving many villages of a freshwater source for about one-and-a-half-year.
  • 10th death anniversary of Shah Abdul Karim

    Shah Abdul Karim always referred to his compositions as Baul Gaan. He explored the roots of Baul philosophy through his music, much like Hason Raja, Radharaman Dutta, Ukil Munshi, Durbin Shah and many others.
  • Cattle sale peaks in Sylhet

    With Eid-ul-Azha only a day away, sale of sacrificial animals at cattle markets in Sylhet has finally picked up pace.
  • Misaligned wheels or faulty lines

    The derailment of Upaban Express in Moulvibazar was caused likely by faulty lines or misaligned carriage wheels, say officials.
  • Batighar now mesmerising Sylhet residents too

    Batighar first opened its doors in Chattogram way back in 2005. It took almost another decade before it opened its second store in 2017 in the capital Dhaka. By then, the bookstore had become somewhat of an icon in the port city.