Nazmul Ahasan is a journalist with experience in investigative journalism, long-form narrative and opinion writing. While studying journalism at UC Berkeley, he works with the Investigative Reporting Program (IRP), where he is helping to create a database of police use-of-force incidents across California.
In his previous life, Ahasan worked at The Daily Star, Bangladesh’s largest English-language newspaper, where his weekly column chronicled the country’s gradual descent into authoritarianism.
In a hastily arranged press conference, the law minister Anisul Huq today told reporters that the government has decided to postpone for six months the
Thomas Cook, the iconic British travel company, has recently collapsed after 176 years of operations, having failed to secure a £150m bailout from the government.
Today at a summit organized by a ruling party wing, the post and telecommunications minister boasted the government’s ability to “control” any websites, Prothom Alo
In what was probably the culmination of years of pent-up anger over public safety (or, the lack thereof), a widespread public protest led by students