Tuhin Shubhra Adhikary | The Daily Star
  • Tuhin Shubhra Adhikary

  • Blood banks may run dry

    The blood donations different voluntary organisations and blood banks receive have decreased sharply amid the outbreak of novel coronavirus, raising fears that many patients in need would not get the blood.
  • RMG company in Gazipur gives workers two months’ wages before closure

    At a time when many garment factory owners are facing criticism for keeping their units open during the countrywide coronavirus shutdown, an owner has set a good example by giving two month’s salaries to his workers and other staffers.
  • Bangladesh Parliament

    Helping the poor in shutdown: Every MP still not on board

    While organisations and individuals keep coming up with support for the poor amid the countrywide shutdown, many lawmakers are yet to be seen on the ground.
  • All play, no school, Arhaans bored witless

    Stuck at home for the past two weeks, Arhaan Habib, a kindergarten student, looks dejected. As he cannot go out amid the nationwide shutdown, he spends most of his time playing with toys and watching YouTube videos on mobile phone. He finds it extremely hard to concentrate on his studies.
  • 10-Day Shutdown: Lax enforcement a cause of worry

    As the authorities are set to extend the shutdown to contain the spread of coronavirus, experts have pointed out that lax enforcement of the ongoing nationwide closure has raised questions about the effectiveness of the government move.