The writer is an Atlanta (US) based freelance journalist.
Hello from Georgia, ground zero in a massive US political battle.
"Socialism is a scare word they have hurled at every advance the people have made in the last 20 years. Socialism is what they called public power.
Despite razor-thin majorities in the US Senate and the House—where corralling lawmakers can be as frustrating as herding cats—Biden has managed the near-impossible task of steering through Congress...
Every Ekushey, we renew our pledge to the language martyrs of 1952 that we will ensure that our beloved Bangla continues to flourish. To redeem this pledge, we need to remember a critical fact: The...
The trial of former US President Donald Trump in the US Senate had all the hallmarks of a Shakespearean tragedy. The Democratic impeachment managers put together a chilling case proving Trump’s...
During a recent round-trip from Atlanta, US to Dhaka, Bangladesh, I had wildly contrasting experiences in the two cities as I tried to get tested for Covid-19.
America’s quadrennial celebration of peaceful transition of power is one of its more hallowed traditions.
As the world continues to reel from images of the outrageous assault of the US Capitol by Trump’s goons, history was made in the southern US state of Georgia this month.
Here in America, are we finally beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel?
The toxic political fallout of the recent presidential elections has truly tarnished America’s reputation.