Alamgir Khan

Obama confronting warmongers

On July 14 the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed between the six world powers known as P5+1 – the US, UK, France, China and Russia plus Germany

AKM Moinuddin

Pride on the pitch

Cricket is the second-most popular sport in the world, with an estimated fan following of 2.5 billion people, with most of them coming from Asia, Australia and the UK. Generally,

Courier Report

Suu Kyi’s silence over Rohingya issue irks OIC chief

Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Secretary General Iyad Ameen Madani has sharply criticized Myanmar opposition politician Aung San Suu Kyi for her silence over Rohingya issues though she was awarded

Md. Mohin Uddin Mizan

Rendezvous with Words

Change the line of learning vocabulary; strengthen your word-muscle   The most common question we frequently come across while offering lecture to the IBA (BBA or MBA), GRE, GMAT and

Prof Dr Nawaz Sharif

Technological Innovation Management for Competitive Advantage

Amazing technological innovations made recently have brought unprecedented opportunities as well as formidable challenges to all industrial enterprises throughout the world. The industrialized countries are no exceptions where already established


The Maestro and the Magician: Kalidas Karmakar in Toronto

Kalidas Karmakar, a renowned international artist and the pride of Bangladesh was invited by the Canadian Community Arts Initiative (CCAI)

Mysticism and spiritually: Iqbal’s solo show at Galleri Kaya

Fêted artist Mohammad Iqbal emerged in the Dhaka art scene in the 1990s with his potent philosophical themes and experimental

Prangonemor stages ‘Shayma Prem’ at IGCC

Indira Gandhi Culture Centre organised a presentation of Rabindranath Tagore’s play ‘Shayma Prem’ by Prangonemor Theatre group on August 22,

The Genetics of Genius: Samar Sen’s 28th death anniversary

Samar Sen (1916 –1987) was a prominent Bengali speaking Indian poet and journalist in the post-Independence era. He was a

A revolutionary filmmaker: Zahir Raihan’s 80th birth anniversary

Zahir Raihan (1935-1971) was a filmmaker and writer, born on August 19 in 1935 in the village Majupur of Feni

A man of many hues Murtaja Baseer turns 84

Murtaja Baseer, considered one of the foremost painters of Bangladesh, has established his individual style. He is also known as

A master of his medium Monirul Islam turns 72

Bangladeshi expatriate painter Monirul Islam’s artworks are easily recognisable as he can translate life’s diverse dimensions with his signature style,

Jalaler Golpo to be screened in Melbourne

Jalaler Golpo the first movie dared by Abu Shahed Emon for direction will be shown in the ‘Indian Film Festival

Asaduzzaman Noor meets new Japanese ambassador over cultural exchange

Cultural Minister Asaduzzaman Noor discussed varied cultural issues with the newly appointed Japanese ambassador Masato Watanabe on August 12 at

The Floating Market of Barisal

Barisal – in the south of Bangladesh, is variously called The Moon Island, The Grain House, The Venice of Bengal,