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About Tonoy Emroz

I'm an adventurous free spirit. I speak what I believe. My interest varies from nerd activities like reading, writing, attending seminars to awesome activities like cooking for two, candlelit dinner, aggressive romance, aggressive dating and aggressive aggressiveness. On a rainy day you might find me in a coffee shop reading or writing bizarre articles. If we're ever to meet, buy me a cold lager and I promise to be nice to you.

Hypatia comes to our town

In one of the most despicable attempts to restrict free expression to be seen in recent times, Bangla Academy has tried to impose a two-year ban on “Srabon Prokashoni,” a secular publishing house.

The grounds for the sanction, as it was understood from media reports, was that Robin Ahsan, the owner of the entity went to […]

End the culture of impunity

A victory day free from the physical presence of any known war criminal was probably the central theme of this years victory day celebration, and it was indeed something to celebrate. This year’s extraordinary celebration saw thousands of patriots from all walks of life marching in colorful rallies, healing the wounds of the recent communal atrocities.

But […]

Bangladesh: Do not legitimize Paedophilia

There is no room for argument, that the child marriage epidemic in Bangladesh is a concern for a leader as ambitious as Seikh Hasina, whose leadership is often praised and seen as pivotal for Bangladesh’s success in gender equality and in eradication of poverty.

At the July 2014 Girl Summit in London, she made a commitment […]

Racist Sayedul Hoque must be ousted

Citizens from all aspects of life and from every corner of the country along with several civil liberty groups have demanded ousting of the Fisheries and Livestock minister Sayedul Hoque for his racist comment hurled at the Hindus after the attack in Nasirnagar of Brahmanbaria district.

Defending the minister, as it is reported by the media […]

By |December 4th, 2016|Free Speech, Human Rights, Politics, Secularism, Society|2 Comments

Humanity comes first

In Bangladesh, a day hardly goes by without some news of gigantic injustice.

If it isn’t little Puja screaming of unbearable pain, then it’s Tonu’s family crying out for justice. If it isn’t a Hindu village tormented by fear, day after day, then it’s a syndicate of powerful criminals, backed by the state machinery, killing the […]

By |November 30th, 2016|Uncategorized|2 Comments

Ensure constitutional protection for Rosraj

One of the finest legal brains of the nation Justice Samsuddin Chowdhury Manik has accused the district Magistrate of Brahmanbaria of depriving “Rasraj”, of his constitutional rights to defend.

Rasraj, whose Facebook posts allegedly inflicted the communal violence in Nasirnagar of eastern Bangladeshi district of Brahmanbaria, could not appoint a counsel, meaning he was denied his […]

A miscarriage of justice

A little over a year after being charged with assault and torture of 11-year old domestic worker Mahfuja Akhter Happy, cricketer Shahadat Hossain and his wife Nritto Shahadat are acquitted by judge Tanjila Ismail of a tribunal for prevention of women and children repression in Dhaka.

Happy was found in the street of Dhaka, crying, with […]

By |November 23rd, 2016|Activism, Free Speech, Human Rights, Secularism, Women|0 Comments
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