UNB|DC Report

Water wars, radicalisation among new challenges for world: Expert

  Inequality, radicalisation, water conflicts and climate change have now become the main global security concerns unlike in the past, said Principal Staff Officer (PSO) of the Armed Forces Lt

Tulip Chowdhury

Senses Alert

  On my walks these days, the senses are more alert than usual. Any bulky shape reminds me of bears and mountain lions, small or big. Fearfully my eyes strain

Business Desk

Towards a green future

  It all started in 1985. Bangladesh government gave permission to the insurance companies to operate their businesses in the private sector. This marked a paradigm shift in the insurance

S. M. Rayhanul Islam

An Innovative Way of Teaching Moral Issues and Social Responsibilities

  The book ‘Five Minutes with Mrs. Robinson’ by Angela M. V. Robinson is a collection of 106 School Assembly Talks given by the author between January 2003 and July

Reviewed by Wafiur Rahman

‘The Jungle Book’ is dark and deep – and beautiful to relive memories

  It has to be said, those who grew up reading or watching Rudyard Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’ in books or in TV will instantly take to Disney’s latest rendition.


A paean to Mother Earth

  It was Earth Day on April 22nd, and it couldn’t have been a more auspicious occasion at the residence

Short Film Festival moves to TSC

  The 8th International Inter-University Short Film Festival will roll into its second phase at Teachers and Students Centre (TSC),

Satyajit Ray’s 24th death anniversary

  Satyajit Ray (1921-1992) is amongst the dozen or so master filmmakers of global cinema. His humanistic approach to films

International Dance Day celebrations at Shilpakala

  International Dance Day was introduced in 1982 by the International Dance Council (CID, Conseil International de la Danse), a

HTC 10 Review – Can it compete with Samsung Galaxy S7?

  Although people choose HTC smartphones initially, they often get surpassed when better handsets from Samsung or LG enters the

Bangladesh loses a piece of celebrity history

  Hundreds of village children were in mourning last week when a tree was uprooted and sold.   This one

Foodbook – Dhaka’s first Facebook-themed café

  Ever imagined what it would be like if you entire world was immersed in Facebook, rather than just a

UK Queen’s 90th birthday celebrated with Nadiya’s cake

  Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday yesterday with a family gathering and a cake baked by a Bangladeshi-born

Welcome 1423

  It’s as if a wildfire of colours has engulfed the streets of Dhaka, especially Ramna , Shahbagh and the

Future fantastic

  It was a thrilling experience to attend the Biennale of Sydney, an international festival of contemporary art, held every
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