Shahriar Feroze.

‘Trade is the weakest point’

  In the world of diplomacy, some things are better left unsaid. But the triumph lies when you can make a diplomat speak and make him speak from the core

DC|UNB Report

UNB district correspondents’ conference 2016 marks the celebration of 30 years of dedicated journalism with a call to make it the “heartbeat” of Bangladesh

  The District Correspondents’ Conference of United News of Bangladesh (UNB), an annual feature was held at its conference room in Dhaka on 15 May (Sunday) that followed on the

Burning and shining Bernie Sanders

  Bernie Sanders, the leader seeking Democratic nomination for President of America, started his campaign with the call for everyone to “Feel the Bern”. And from Donald Trump to Hillary

Vicken Cheterian

A genocide century: Armenia’s light, Turkey’s denial

  A hundred years after the Ottoman genocide, Armenia is turning the page on a dark century and looking outwards. When will Turkey?   Yerevan is consumed by passionate commemoration

Wafiur Rahman

Fireflies: Dhanmondi’s newest answer to established Chinese eateries

  It is becoming more of a trend where most of the floors in a high-rise building are being leased to cafes or restaurants. You cannot deny the fact that


Farid Hossain Bangladesh minister (press) in New Delhi

  The government has appointed Farid Hossain, a senior journalist and former bureau chief of the Associated Press (AP), as

Jorasanko: Aruna Chakravarti

  Harper Collins Publishers, 2013 Noida, India   Chakravarti explores ‘Jorasanko’ the bastion of Bengali bhadrolok, the private domain of

Gallery Cosmos pays tribute to all mothers

  A two week-long group art exhibition of 22 Bangladeshi artists titled ‘Ma’ is on at Gallery Cosmos-2 since 13

Chhayanaut’s annual Rabindra Festival ends

  The annual Rabindra Festival of Chhayanaut ended on May 8. The two day festival ran under the title “Shuvo

Rezwana enthralls Tagore lovers in New Delhi

  Melodious presentations of renowned Bangladeshi Rabidra Sangeet exponent Rezwana Choudhury Bannya has enthralled Tagore lovers at a programme arranged

Pramita Mallick performs in different parts of the country

  Indira Gandhi Culture Centre organised performances of Rabindra Sangeet by Pramita Mallick from India in Dhaka, Sylhet and Chittagong

Bangladeshi Gallery inaugurated at Buddhist museum in Sri Lanka

  Cultural Minister Asaduzzaman Noor inaugurated the first Bangladeshi gallery beside other sixteen nations in one of the largest Buddhist

‘Captain America: Civil War’ is simply jaw-dropping

  Although set at 146 minutes, Marvel’s ‘Captain America: Civil War’ features at least four massive fights between two groups

Photo showing aerial view of Bangladesh

  A concert demonstrating songs of different genres was recently held at the auditorium of National Art Gallery of Bangladesh

Tagore’s birthday celebrations at IGCC

  In celebration of Tagore’s 155th birth anniversary, Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre organised lectures titled ‘Myriad minded Tagore’ by three
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