Life/Style

Rina Latif’s journey through craft, style and heritage

  Paying homage to the rich textile heritage of Bangladesh, Rina Latif, one of the most renowned fashion designers of the country, returned once more to the public eye with a fashion show on April 28.   The fashion show featuring collections designed Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

Word Power:

  To keep you away from your daily mundane activities   Across – Legendary Stories Uno Pig’s pad Box Business VIP Pitching Stat Church walkway Burst of bad temper California wine valley Epochs Caveman’s era (2 words) Concurrence Time past Actress _ Witherspoon And so forth Proposed as a candidate Renovator Pub drink Shade Stood up Childhood disease Golfer Woods Bathroom rug Tax organisation _ Eclipse Lyric Verse Compass direction Printing Thursday, April 19th, 2018

Food carts stirring pots at Paribagh

  Food carts are quite common across Dhaka city and are often considered as one of the prime examples of street food outlet. Before, there were food carts and roadside vendors serving typical foods in the city. But in recent times, Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Country’s southwest to get uninterrupted power supply

  West Zone Power Co. implementing Tk 4000 crore projects   Four major projects involving over Tk 4000 crore are being implemented in the country’s south-western part to give the power consumers a relief from load-shedding and other power supply interruptions.   The projects are Thursday, March 8th, 2018

Bangladeshi women changing the business landscape

  Who could imagine the Bangladeshi women would emerge as a formidable force and reshape the social and economic landscape of the country within a generation? Once considered backward and helpless, the womenfolk has not only broken the shackles with a Thursday, March 8th, 2018

Maya Apa aiming high in digital healthcare

  Asking questions about one’s physical or mental health publicly (in newspapers or forums) always came with the stigma of “what would people think?” But thanks to innovation in technology and the need to prioritise health issues, especially women’s health, asking Thursday, March 8th, 2018

Men’s care: A thriving new business in Bangladesh

  Bangladesh is a developing country of South East Asia. Keeping pace with the dynamic world, many new businesses have emerged in last 10-15 years, many businesses have changed their forms and many have become extinct. One of the recently developed Thursday, July 6th, 2017

Ambrosia of the Subcontinent – the Biryani Blues

  My personal take on Biryani   I still remember how much I used to hate the idea of going to weddings when I was a little boy. My mother would always dress me up formal and tie my laces for my matching Thursday, June 8th, 2017

Health Guide: Ramadan Edition

  With Ramadan in summer, fasting becomes more difficult because certain things pose extra challenges such as becoming dehydrated, not getting proper nutrients or having to eat fried and unhealthy food.   There are key things to consider when fasting in summer. For Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Got Time to Exercise?

  Corporate Fitness beneficial for service-holders   The corporate world is fast; faster than anyone could imagine. Those who work with corporates have to be alert all the time not to commit any mistake. The job has to be done and this thought Thursday, May 18th, 2017
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