Dwoha Chowdhury is a journalist based in Sylhet, Bangladesh. An earnest person who loves to adjust passion with profession. A journalist's life is simple yet challenging and I always follow the path my heart dictates. Love solitude, yet compatible with the team. Love to take up new challenges every day, and accountable only to my duty, responsibility and the most precious of all elements-- time.
Two locals repair their boat in preparation for the coming months, in Aktapara village of Sunamganj. As the rainy season approaches, the utility of boats increases in low-lying areas -- for commuting, fishing, or transporting paddy.
At first glance, the women might appear as voters lined up in front of a polling centre. But actually, they are flashflood-hit haor people queuing for subsidised rice at Tk 15 per kg outside a government Open Market Sale point in Bishwamvarpur Sadar of Sunamganj.
Rabindranath Tagore, first Asian Nobel Laureate, visited Sylhet of Bangladesh a hundred year ago in 1919. This feature is about celebrating Tagore's visit to the land commemorating his visit.
A feature that shows how modern-day illegal migration for better life brutally pays off.
A humanitarian story on the lives being lost while extracting stones illegally.
Greenery is reducing worldwide and this feature, based on a GIS study, shows how a growing city looses its green cover.
Bigger waterbodies or ponds, which are locally known as Dighis were dissolving for unplanned urbanization and this is a story of these dead or dying dighis.
Sports coverage from a different angle.
Illegal stone extraction using machines causing huge natural and environmental threat in Sylhet region as well as causing death of workers. The story shows the scenario.
The video story is about a 700-year-old tradition of the Shrine of mystic saint Hazrat Shahjalal. The saint made his voyage to the lant more than 700 years ago and created a new legacy of religious practice. I recorded the footage and wrote the script of the video story while it was edited by the multimedia team of The Daily Star.
This video story is about a newly opened bookstore. Batighar, the most esteemed bookstore of the country opened its latest branch in Sylhet city and the video story tells about the store. I recorded the footage and wrote the script of the video story while it was edited by the multimedia team of The Daily Star.
This video is about a survivor of a shipwreck at the Mediterranean sea. The survivor, Belal from Sylhet, was trying to enter Italy as an illegal immigrant. He lost his three nephews in the shipwrecking and returned home afterwards. This exclusive interview, accompanied by a news feature was conducted by The Daily Star's Chief Reporter Pinaki Roy and I fixed the interview.