The magazine is a collection of differentiated articles to readers both at home and to the Bangladeshi Diaspora.
With 50 percent of the writings originating from The New York Times News Service and the other half submitted by writers and researchers related to bdnews24.com, Turning Points seeks to review 2015 and set the agenda for 2016.
In an exclusive interview, Bangladesh Finance Minister AMA Muhith reiterates his faith in the country’s economy while Bangladesh Bank Governor Atiur Rahman, in an article for the magazine, seeks to corroborate the minister’s claim.
In an article, published previously on bdnews24.com, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina gives an account of her days as a prisoner of the military-backed caretaker government of Bangladesh back in 2007.
Amidst writings seeking answers to environmental, social and other worldly problems, Sir Fazle Hasan Abed observes the social landscape of Bangladesh while Khushi Kabir explores the ecological landscape.
Selima Ahmad, the Oslo Business for Peace laureate, discusses the women empowerment model of Bangladesh – a turning point in the country’s male-oriented social structure.