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Sourav Chowdhury experiencing unprecedented success
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  Two back-to-back solo exhibitions in Russia and a Bengal Foundation award, the artist is on a roll which will elevate him to the upper echelon of Bangladeshi artists  

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Let there be more light
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  Bangladesh’s light engineering sector can go a long way, if guided right   Light Engineering (LE) is an important industry in Bangladesh in terms of its contribution to growth

AKM Moinuddin

Arriving on the trail
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  With Sabrang, the government hopes to get a slice of the enormous pie in global tourism.   Global tourism, over the past decades, has witnessed remarkable growth. With increasing

Sameh Wahba

Bangladesh: Building resilience in the eye of the storm
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  Last segment of a three-part series.   Over the years, Bangladesh has taken major strides to reduce the vulnerability of its people to disasters and climate change. And today,

Moises Velasquez-Manoff

‘Despacito’ in the Age of Trump
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  On Friday, “Despacito,” the hit song by the Puerto Rican artists Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, became the most watched video on YouTube ever, with nearly three billion views.

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Centrespread

  Bangabandhu was our window to the world. In his presence, we felt tall in international councils, for he spoke
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The works of an artist extraordinaire

  A review of Maksuda Iqbal Nipa’s “Episodes of Her Gaze” by Cosmos Books   In his foreword, Emmy and
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SAMUDRAGUPTA – The Making of an Emperor

  During his four decades of rule Samudragupta transformed a 4th century north east Indian kingdom into a sprawling empire. 
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Laisa Ahmed Lisa performs at National Museum

  IGCC organised an evening of Rabindra Sangeet by Laisa Ahmed Lisa at Kabi Sufia Kamal Auditorium, Bangladesh National Museum,
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Animesh Aich’s ‘Voyangkor Sundor’ premiered

  Based on Moti Nandi’s short story titled ‘Joler Ghurni O Bokbok Shobdo’, Voyangkor Sundor is now on at 28
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Lament of a Lonely Soul

  Mahadev Saha is one of the leading romantic poets in contemporary Bengali literature. He is also a poet of
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Two-day Tagore festival held in city

  A two-day Tagore festival ended at the Shawkat Osman Memorial Auditorium of Central Public Library on August 5. Bangladesh
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World this week

  The U.N. Security Council unanimously approved tough new sanctions to punish North Korea for its escalating nuclear and missile
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Nation this week

  The fallout from the Supreme Court upholding a High Court verdict that declared the 16th amendment to the constitution
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Gallery Cosmos hosts Nipa’s 10-day solo exhibition

South Korean envoy calls BD pioneer of arts in S Asia   A 10-day solo exhibition of renowned artist Maksuda
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