Monzurul Huq

Tokyo Motor Show: A glittering showcasing of vehicles of the future

  Tokyo Motor Show is a biennial event where leading car manufacturers of the world not only display what is coming out of their production lines, but also focus on

S. M. Rayhanul Islam

The quest for sustainable development for all

  At the Millennium Summit in 2000, the global community – the heads of Governments from193 countries – committed to achieve sustainable changes on a massive scale for millions of

Golam Moin Uddin

Weeklong Income Tax Fair motivates youth to become taxpayers

  The week-long Income Tax Fair 2017 held from November 1-7 drew huge response from the taxpayers and Income-tax related service seekers across the country with the introduction of Income

Maged Mandour

Egypt’s faltering counter-insurgency strategy

  In a devastating blow to Egypt’s counter insurgency efforts, 54 members of the security forces were reported killed during a security operation in the Farafra Oasis on 21 October.

Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh (AP)

Rohingya desperate to flee Myanmar are turning to swimming

  Nabi Hussain owes his life to a yellow plastic oil container.   The 13-year-old Rohingya boy couldn’t swim, and had never even seen the sea before fleeing his village


Nation this week

  Seven directors of the privately-run Social Islami Bank Limited resigned on November 14 citing “personal problems”. Four of them

World this week

  Widely criticised for her stance over Rohingya refugee crisis, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi now told her fellow

14-day printmaking exhibition commences at Gallery Cosmos

  A 14-day group art exhibition on printmaking titled ‘Nature Quest’ began at Gallery Cosmos on November 10. Cosmos Atelier71

A Delightful Journey at AFD

  Alliance Française de Dhaka hosted the inaugural ceremony of a group art exhibition titled ‘A Delightful Journey’ on November

Award ceremony of Berger Young Painters’ Art Competition held

  Mahmudul Haque gets Life Time Achievement Award   The award giving ceremony for the 22nd Berger Young Painters’ Art

Khairul Anam Shakil captivates Dhaka audience

  Indira Gandhi Culture Centre organised an evening of Nazrul Geeti by eminent Nazrul singer Khairul Anam Shakil at Kabi

Courier Asks: Are ‘gate-locked’ and ‘seating service’ here to stay?

  The terms refer to the salient features of a random, unannounced move by a number of bus operators in

Things that go bump in the night in Riyadh

  It is difficult to avoid the conclusion that Hariri’s resignation, the Saudi purge, and the Houthi missile fired at

The Prince: On how many fronts can Mohammed bin Salman act simultaneously?

  If Machiavelli were alive today, he might have modeled his political treatise ‘The Prince’ on Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad

Nation This Week

  Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been ranked 30th on this year’s Forbes list of the World’s 100 Most Powerful
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