Divorce rate rose in the city

Rokeya and Afzal (both pseudonyms) went to school together. They also shared romantic feelings for one another. The ultimate goal was to pass the BCS exam, land a secure government position, and start a family. Jobs for Rocare Administration Trainees at BCS. But Afzal was unable to find work. Nonetheless, Rokey pushed for the couple … Read more

Women’s equal rights and social order

Today’s civilisation has reached its highest level of development due to the combined efforts of men and women. In all welfare-related concerns, the contribution of women is equivalent to that of males. In some fields, women contribute more than males. However, women have still not held the same position as men. Gender equality remains primarily … Read more

Women’s Twenty20 World Cup

Women_s Twenty20 World Cup

Both England and South Africa were victorious in the final group matches of the Women’s Twenty20 World Cup on February 21 at Newlands in Cape Town. As a result, England and South Africa are now scheduled to face each other in the tournament’s semi-finals. South Africa won over Bangladesh in the second game of a … Read more

Women In Liberation War

Women In Liberation War

The men and women of this country fought together for a flag in 1971 and liberated the country. Participating in guerilla operations, sharing news, cultural promotion, collection of money-medicine-food-clothes, medical and service work, food and shelter, etc., all women’s work played a role in achieving success in the liberation war. A war has been won … Read more

The Reality of Forced Marriage

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A Violation That Needs to Be Stopped Rapid population growth and dwindling resources are forcing people in some parts of the world to marry early. This traditional practice is often called “forced marriage.” Rural families facing extreme poverty may pressure their daughters into marrying much older men for money, land, or other resources. Sometimes girls … Read more

The role of women in the war of liberation

The role of women in the war of liberation

The Liberation Fight of 1971 was a war of the people. Everyone, regardless of gender, participated equally in this total conflict. After the 25th of March, the Pakistani army began taking control of the whole nation of Bangladesh. At the time, demonstrators and liberation fighters, especially in Dhaka, attempted to oppose them. Khansena murdered a … Read more

Politics and human rights in women’s Dress

Politics and human rights in women's clothing

The killing of Mahsa Amini in police custody has sparked hijab-wearing protests in Iran. The streets were filled with thousands of men and women. Women wearing compulsory hijab are burning on the streets. Several days resulted in the deaths of at least 200 civilians. Amini, age 22, was arrested because she was not wearing a … Read more

What Challenges Do Women Face in Public Transport?

public transport

The number of public buses in Dhaka City is insufficient, and they are frequently overcrowded, making them unusable for many people, especially the elderly, the disabled, and women. Early in the 1980s, Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) offered services for a “women only” bus (also known as a “women bus”) in consideration of the travel … Read more

Rajshahi Silk: The Silk of Bengal.

Since the Middle Ages, silk has been a sophisticated material. Along with sparkling gold and priceless stones, kings and queens have decked themselves with this attire and considered it one of their most prized possessions. Silk has a reputation to live up to after being referenced in so much poetry and serving as the romantics’ … Read more

Rainy Season Skin Care

As rain falls during the rainy season, day length also increases. As a result, the sun stays for a long time. In this mixed climate, various diseases nest in the body. Various skin problems are also seen.So carelessness towards the skin in monsoons will not be right at all. But in this case proper care … Read more

Women Entrepreneurship Through Social Media

]] In the past, Farida Parvin Shako managed a spa and a gym in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. But, after the coronavirus outbreak rocked the nation earlier this year, her business suffered greatly. Despite her best efforts, it was difficult for the 45-year-old single mother to obtain work. “After receiving numerous job rejections, I … Read more

A woman | a dreamer | a vessel | a warrior

Maymuna Fariha Sumayia

I am the might” with this slogan, a dreamy young woman Maymuna Fariha Sumayia started her journey and founded Shopnotori Foundation at Bancharampur, B. Bariya, in 2016. She is working tirelessly for women’s self-defence and women’s empowerment in the remote areas of the villager. For the women’s self-defence, she teaches Judo to the village girls. … Read more

Working parents

parent employee

Many couples are both working. They spend most of the day outside the house for work or livelihood. In this case, the parents whose children are younger are worried. In most cases, women have to leave their jobs and stay home. After becoming mothers, mothers get paid maternity leave from work. After that, you can … Read more

Promoting Women’s Entrepreneurship

Women's entrepreneurship

Women’s entrepreneurship is currently a rapidly rising socio-economic phenomenon in emerging countries. As part of their national development objectives, developing countries emphasise women’s entrepreneurship development. Today, it is widely acknowledged that women’s entrepreneurship may contribute significantly to the economic well-being of families and communities by creating jobs, reducing poverty, and ensuring women’s rights. Bangladesh is … Read more

Women are becoming self-sufficient in grassroots


The life story of Sharifa Shabnam is a little bit different from the norm. My spouse, Abir Hossain, formerly worked for a private company, and the compensation he received there was very satisfactory. They were known for being a really happy family. But on December 5, 2016, her life was thrown into disarray when the … Read more

Women’s self-reliance through social media

Women's self-reliance

Online business has grown in popularity recently. Consequently, many housewives have gotten interested in this industry. It does not require a substantial investment or a large showroom. Through social networking, many people have launched enterprises with little capital and become successful entrepreneurs. Online is now a popular medium of business. That is the sale of … Read more

Hand-foot care in eight steps

Hand-foot care

Manicure and pedicure are important not only for beauty but also for the cleanliness of hands and feet. Regular manicures and pedicures are important to remove dead cells and make the skin soft and radiant. In addition, if there is a tendency to smell in the hands or feet, it is also reduced with regular … Read more

What Women Need To Know About Osteoporosis


Osteoporosis, which means “porous bone,” is a disease in which the structure inside bones thins to the point where a slight fall or bump against a car door or piece of furniture can result in a fracture. A break can occur anywhere on your skeleton, although wrist, hip, and spine fractures are the most common. … Read more

What Are the Biggest Problems Women Face in Society Today?

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Women participate in all aspects of society, yet some issues have a greater impact on women. Let’s look at some of the biggest concerns that modern women confront, from the strength of the female vote to reproductive rights and wage disparities. Bangladeshi women have long fought for equality in the home, community, and state. However, … Read more

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