The Stateless Syrian in Exilelook more
Dhaka, with 15 million people, is the fastest growing megacity in the world and one of the poorest. Dhaka is the keeper of strong survivors, restless migrants and climate refugees. If a city is made of dreams and desires then a megacity is made of dreams, desires and fears. Dhaka is a child of random, feverish urbanism. For some this urban giant is like a daydream, for many a nightmare.look more
Living Stone: A community losing Its Life.
The story focuses on the hard working community of Jaflong, on the northeastern part of Bangladesh. It was once known for its lush green hills, rolling tea gardens, and a mosaic of stones and rocks. Now Jaflong is shrinking; its bright blue skies are covered with thick smoke and dust. The crystal clear water of the Piyain River, which originates in the Himalayas, is now dying a slow death.look more