Rafiqul Islam

Let there be Gharials
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  In the wake of rapid decline in Gharial population, an initiative has been taken to exchange captive Gharials among the country’s zoos aiming to increase the population of the

Courier Correspondent

‘Marching with a Billion’
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  Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka Harsh Vardhan Shringla has handed over a copy of Uday Mahurkar’s book ‘Marching with a Billion’ to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina recently.   The

Staff Correspondent

Hobbies drive businesses to thrive
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  Fashion-Conscious Women Become Entrepreneurs   From my experience, I’ve found that there is always a friend in your circle who knows all about fashion. If you bring her some

Staff Correspondent

Bishwajit Goswami’s Austrian voyage and revelations
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  The acclaimed artist’s venture into this European country was fruitful in introducing Bangladeshi art to the uninitiated   After scores of successful exhibitions, workshops and art camps, renowned artist

S. M. Rayhanul Islam

Exploring Gender Issue in Development Work
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  Module: Gender and Development Published by: Commonwealth Secretariat, London   Gender issue is considered a critical element in achieving decent work for all women and men, in order to

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Completing the Trinity

  Although the Meghna river flows completely inside Bangladesh, it is a vital part of the Subcontinent’s transboundary river basins
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Tagore remembered through music at BSA

  Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy recently observed the 76th death anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore at the Auditorium of National Music and
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Kamal Ahmed performs at National Museum

  Bangladesh National Musuem organised solo musical evening of noted media personality and reputed Tagore singer Kamal Ahmed at Sufia
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Maverick and Spiritualist

  SM Sultan’s 94th birth anniversary   SM Sultan was born in 1923 in Masimdia, Narail district. After merely five
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Kamruzzaman’s voyage through ambivalent human world

  The artist gets Bhashasainik Gaziul Haque Award for printmaking   Isolation and tranquility are two vital apparatus in the
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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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