Wafiur Rahman

The perks of attaining creative education

  ‘The great aim of education is not knowledge but action,’ says English philosopher Herbert Spencer. Have you ever listened to the song ‘Roar’ by Katy Perry? Did you know

AKM Moinuddin

Bangladesh braces for productivity losses for rising temperature

  The rising temperature will have a significant impact on productivity and occupational safety and health in some countries, including Bangladesh, says a new global report.   Productivity losses are

Wahida Zaman Shithi

Women’s labour participation in economy largely unaccounted

  56.9pc women not in education, employment, training   Nearly three-fifth of working-age women population in the country is not involved in education, employment and training (NEET). Referring to the

Mohammed Wahid Ullah Bakul

Cricket Australia is out of line

  Cricket Australia (CA) canceled hosting Bangladesh later this year for two Tests and three ODIs under the ICC’s Future Tours Program (FTP), showing financial reasons and argued that it

Alamgir Khan

Is it boys falling behind, or girls moving ahead?

  It is beyond question that girls are moving forward in Bangladesh today. In the results of this year’s SSC examination, the pass rate of girls (80.35%) is slightly higher


University’s Role as the Locus of Knowledge Creation

  Among the total educational institutes of a country, universities play the crucial role in producing skilled human resources. Besides

Kuntal Barai’s “Displaced in Dhaka” exhibiting distorted city perspective

  The unmanageably chaotic Dhaka with its nightmarish traffic jams on streets and shrinking spaces for citizens have been addressed

Mita Haque awarded in Rabindra Fest

  The thirtieth annual Rabindra Sangeet Festival ended yesterday. With it the organisers have brought up yet another feted Tagore

Fourth National Sculpture Exhibition at Shilpakala Academy

  The fourth National Sculpture Exhibition 2018 was inaugurated on May 9 at the National Art Gallery of Bangladesh Shilpakala

Samarendra Sen Gupta: A touch of surrealism

  I was first introduced to West Bengal poet Samarendra Sen Gupta at poet Muhammad Samad’s residence at Dhaka University

A. K. Chowdhury, valiant Freedom Fighter & Financial Advisor to Mujib Nagar Government passes away

  A. K. Chowdhury FCA, a valiant Freedom Fighter & Adviser to the Interim Mujib Nagar Government 1971, Founder Council

In Palestine: self-dehumanisation against the disregard of human value

  While the US was opening its new embassy in Jerusalem, dozens of Palestinians were being shot dead in Gaza

Searching for Ebola’s hideout

  After the recent epidemic, Ebola disappeared. But this relief is only temporary: the virus is hiding somewhere – maybe

World this week

  Israeli troops kill 55 in Gaza Israeli troops shot dead dozens of Palestinian protesters on the Gaza border on

Nation this week

  Khaleque wins for AL in Khulna CC Awami League’s candidate Talukder Abdul Khaleque has been elected the next mayor
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