Dwoha Chowdhury | The Daily Star
  • Dwoha Chowdhury

  • Bird-poaching rampant in wetlands

    Indiscriminate hunting, trapping and selling of local and migratory birds at different upazilas in Sylhet is posing a serious threat to nature and biodiversity.
  • Where will children play?

    Like most children of his age, Tafim Hossain loves to play cricket. He dreams of becoming a batsman and one day play for the national team.
  • An uncared for monument of the Liberation War

    In a remote village called Moheskhola under Dharmapasha upazila in Sunamganj, a monument was built in 2013 to commemorate the Liberation War and freedom fighters of the first sub-sector under Sector-5.
  • Deaths During Transport Strike: Still reeling from shock

    Shukria Begum, the 11-month-old daughter of Hamida Begum, was having breathing difficulties and was showing signs of diarrhoea in late October. Hamida took her to a nearby doctor at Shahbajpur Bazar of Moulvibazar's Baralekha upazila on 28 October as her condition deteriorated.
  • Sylhet's expatriate politicians hope to score big

    Have you ever heard of a committee representing England's Conservative Party in Dhaka? Do the Republicans have a pro-youth front serving Donald Trump's agenda in Sylhet? The answer to both would be an overwhelming no.