Eirliani Abdul Rahman

OPEN TO OPINION

English   |   Bangla
Life

The writer is Executive Director of non-profit YAKIN (Youth, Adult survivors & Kin In Need) and Director at the Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation.

VOICES

 |  Life  |   8-minute read

On grandma and photographs

We call her Nenek, Malay for grandmother.

POLITICS

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Brexit is an injustice to Britain's youth

Those who must live the longest with the outcome of the referendum wanted to remain in the EU.

LIFE

 |  Life  |   6-minute read

How a visit to Goa left me enthralled

Hindu temples sat cheek-by-jowl with churches, both lit up in psychedelic displays of light.

LIFE

 |  Life  |   4-minute read

POLITICS

 |  Life  |   4-minute read

How Kailash Satyarthi helped me fulfil a childhood promise

He refuses to accept that the world is so poor, when just a week of global military expenditure can bring all children to classrooms.

POLITICS

 |  Life  |   4-minute read

A day in the life at a German refugee camp

Here, everyday conversations range from drowned boats to arduous treks across Africa.

LIFE

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Look at the world just after rain

A pictorial journey in the meadows by Laka Glacier at the foot of Moon Peak in Himachal Pradesh.

LIFE

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Pobitora: On saving the enchanting rhinos

One-horned rhinos, for which Assam is famous for, are an endangered species.

LIFE

 |  Life  |   8-minute read

Auroville: On how to get lost in jungles

All I could see was thick tree trunks, covered with creepers, and not much else.

LIFE

 |  Life  |   4-minute read

Ranthambore: A tale of three tigers

One’s first encounter with tigers is always magical, eliciting squeals of delight from children and loud gasps from the adults.