Shaheen Mollah | The Daily Star
  • Shaheen Mollah

  • Mugging goes unabated on Dhaka streets amid shutdown

    Incidents of mugging are happening on the apparently empty city streets, especially after dark, during the shutdown when law enforcers are focusing on containing the spread of Covid-19.
  • Worth the risk?

    People busy with Eid shopping at markets and shops in the capital are too reluctant to maintain physical distancing and health guidelines. Such an act is not only putting them at the risk of contracting coronavirus, but also spreading it to others.
  • Tenants in capital struggle to pay rent

    For the last three months, Belal Hossain (30) failed to pay his house or shop rent as the salon owner’s livelihood has been seriously hampered since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak in the country in March.
  • Nitor struggles with bike crash victims

    Abul Hashem was going to his betel leaf field in Kushtia’s Daulatpur upazila as a pillion passenger of his son’s motorcycle on May 10.
  • Department of Narcotics Control

    Lax Surveillance Amid Covid-19 Crisis: Narcos active again

    With law enforcement agencies now busy tackling the coronavirus situation, drug dealers have seemingly taken advantage of the consequent reduction in monitoring and become active again in different spots of the capital.