Congratulations, Bengal tigress!

Bangla Tigress

 Bangladesh girls’ victory cheer at Dasarath Stadium in Kathmandu. The best team in South Asia is now Bangladeshi women’s football. They won outright. And there are many untold stories behind this victory. How much sweat, how much sacrifice, how much adversity Sabina-Sanjidad’s success! On the head is the crown of South Asian excellence. Behind this … Read more

Padma Bridge


Editorial Padma Bridge has opened. A dream joy of pride for Bangladesh is being respectfully discussed outside the country for this self-financed bridge; despite all internal and external obstacles against the government but strong leadership of the mega project in the country’s history, it made a dream come true. At the opening ceremony, hundreds of … Read more

Millions of Britons in dark about cost-of-living crisis

The UK leadership contest for the next Prime Minister left millions in the dark about the cost-of-living crisis choice between ‘Eating and Heating’. The conflict between whites, ordinary minorities, and the wealthy and common minorities is “Swamped” under the current Tory leadership position, and the misery of sixteen million ordinary people is due to their … Read more

Our greatest hero

Our greatest hero

By: Ansar Ahmed Ullah 2020 – 2021 was celebrated as Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s centenary birth anniversary – Mujib Barsha, and he will be remembered forever for single-handedly changing the course of history. The Indian subcontinent was divided on religious lines in 1947 and Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was perhaps one of the few who later … Read more

August Issue

This year marks the 47th anniversary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s death. The Father of the Nation, who founded Bangladesh, was assassinated less than four years after the nation’s founding, along with every family member except for his two daughters, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana. The assailants did not spare even 10-year-old Russell … Read more

Reproductive health care and safe maternity rights

Reproductive health refers to the overall well-being of the reproductive system. A pregnant woman must have the right to receive reproductive health care during pregnancy, all delivery services for safe motherhood, and postpartum services. It is a constitutional and fundamental right of pregnant women.The process of conceiving and giving birth to a child 3 is … 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

Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022

Fifa World Cup Qatar 20222

A day-by-day guide to fixtures DESK REPORT, DHAKA The tournament kicks off on 21 November with a match between Senegal and the Netherlands at the Al Thumama Stadium. England is also in action on the opening day against Iran before facing the USA and Wales in Group B. Group-stage fixtures The 2022 World Cup features … Read more

19 films receive the government grant

government grants

Every year, the government gives grants to the film industry to encourage talented people and new ideas. For the fiscal year 2021–2022, the government has given grants for making movies. The list was made public on June 15 by a notice from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. This year, grants of Tk 12 crore … Read more

Liberation War Museum

the Liberation War Museum

By: MD. ANWAR HOSSAIN Liberation War Museum is a rare collection of various important objects of the great liberation war of 1971. It is now a modern architectural building in Agargaon, Dhaka Built. On a private initiative, the first Liberation War Museum was inaugurated on 22 March 1996 in a rented house at Segunbagichar in … Read more

The Amazon of Bengal Ratargul

Amazon of Bengal

There is a huge jungle of rows and rows of trees standing waist-deep in the swamp. The jungle is so dense that sunlight cannot penetrate the leaves and touch the water. Many people also call it the Amazon of Bangladesh. However, the real name of the forest is Ratargul. Many wild animals and birds roam … Read more

Khadi cloth of Comilla: history and tradition

Khadi Clothes Comilla

Spinning khadi cloth is an ancient tradition in our culture. The significance of khadi attire has not diminished despite thousands of variants. On the contrary, its appeal to the people has returned to the weaving variety over time. Now, khadi is vibrant and distinct in its variety of designs. Khadi has consequently won the hearts … Read more

My memories with Gaffar Chowdhury

Gaffar Chowdhury

SUNAHWAR ALI Abdul Gaffar Choudhury was a Bangladeshi-Born British writer, Journalist, columnist, political analyst and poet. He wrote the lyrics to “Amar Bhaier Rokte Rangano Ekushey February”, a widely celebrated song commemorating the Bengali Language Movement’s cultural diversity by bringing everyone under one umbrella for a day in a year, and he was a freedom … Read more


stop violence

Cinebuzz times, UK: Yasmin Begum, 40, was found with stab wounds at home in Globe Road, Bethnal Green, London, after failing to collect her children from school on Thursday, 24th March. A peaceful and respectful vigil was held in tribute to Yesmin Begum in front of Newham Town Hall, Stratford, on 3rd April 2022. It’s … Read more

Eid clothes in summer

Eid Clothes

Sabrin Afroz Tisha The shops are crowded. Many festivals did not take place due to the Corona epidemic. This time there are no such restrictions. And that’s why people are flocking to shopping malls to buy their favorite clothes for Eid. Since it is Eid in summer, there are some things to keep in mind … Read more

Paharpur: The largest Buddhist monastery in the world


Sompur is a town in Bihar. According to the information obtained from the discovered inscriptions, the old name is Sri Somapura-Sri-Dharmapaladeva-Mahavihara-Bhiksu Sangha. Many academics believe that this is the world’s largest Buddhist monastery. The monastery is one of three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Bangladesh. The Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest, and the Sixty … Read more

The Bearer of Bangladeshi Tradition: Saree


For Bengali women, the saree is more than just a piece of clothing; it represents an investment. And almost always, there’s a history surrounding how they received their first saree. In most cases, the story wrapped in each saree can only be comprehended through the sentiment created early in their teenage years. Perhaps that was … Read more

Shakib’s American heroine Courtney Coffeyy

Shakib Khan's

Shakib Khan’s first trip to America was when American heroin was discovered. Shakib Khan is a film producer based in the United States. Rajkumar is his given name. Then, on March 29, the film’s heroine was revealed. The ceremony took place in New York at a convention centre. Finally, Courtney Coffey, a newcomer, made her … Read more

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