Women's rights activist who helped found the Acid Survivors Foundation in 1999 and was an adviser to the World Health Organization.
She studied for a master's degree at the University of California, Berkeley.
She died after being crushed by a vehicle driven by her chauffeur, which was officially ruled an accident but raised conspiratorial suspicions.
Her father, Rafiqul Huq, was an engineer.
She and English-born activist Annie Besant both dedicated their lives to securing rights for women.