Naimul Karim | The Daily Star
  • Naimul Karim

  • Time to go?

    Sara Ansari is delighted. She can finally drive in her own country thanks to a recent change in reforms in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The changes have just begun to take effect; Sara, however, has been holding a license for a couple of years. She got it from Saudi Arabia's neighbouring country, Bahrain, and would go there every weekend, just to drive around and have a good time.
  • Not yet a country for sportswomen

    It was the evening of September 2016. A brilliant display of attacking football by Marzia and Co helped Bangladesh's Under-16 women's team come back after conceding an early goal to beat their closest group rivals, Chinese Taipei, in the Asian Football Confederation's Under-16 Women's Championship Qualifiers. The intense finish sealed the girls a spot in the much-coveted final round of the Championships.
  • Confronting a Digital Storm

    With more than 300,000 copies printed per day, Faula de S. Paulo is one of Brazil's largest newspapers. From the urban middle class
  • The bot bubble

    How are clickers countering the depreciating value of the Like button?
  • The same old story with a new twist

    The other day, a friend of mine wanted to write a Facebook status about how poorly a particular hospital in the capital had treated her