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Tuesday June 27, 2017 04:46 PM



  • Taka’s real exchange rate gap widens

    Taka’s real exchange rate gap widens

    In March, the gap between the real and the market exchange rates for US dollar in Bangladesh became Tk32.06 – meaning taka is now vastly overvalued to dollar, according to a report prepared by the monitoring policy department at Bangladesh Bank.

  • Ode To Mommas

    Ode To Mommas

    There’s no better way to start off the 40th issue (really, that many? I know right?) of The Bong Momma – other than ranting. I owe it to my self-depreciating and endlessly impatient self to hum and haw about the things in life, and so when I was asked to put in a Mother’s Day

  • The missing star sign

    The missing star sign

    Ophiuchus, the 13th zodiac

  • Letters to Mars and Letters to Venus

    Letters to Mars and Letters to Venus

    Letters to Mars Q. My wife is obsessed with her phone. As a housewife I understand that she has a lot of time in hand and she needs to unwind but it really gets on my nerves when she substitutes quality time for time spent on her phone. Even when I’m home or if we’re

  • Let’s talk about child birth

    Let’s talk about child birth

    Bangladesh’s remarkable reduction in maternal mortality

  • Always prepared

    Always prepared

    Q. I own a factory in Tongi and recently there have been quite a few raids in my office by the police. Thank you for giving me information about what search warrants constitute of and how my factory premises can still be searched even in the absence of a search warrant. This has indeed clarified

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    Human traffickers untouchable in Cox’s Bazar

    Human traffickers in Cox’s Bazar have been roaming freely in the district – some out on bail and others evading police’s eyes, the Dhaka Tribune has learned.

  • Shankhachil

    Shankhachil

    A movie that talks borders with a humane touch

  • For everyone who has beautiful mothers

    For everyone who has beautiful mothers

    When asked to look back on their earliest memories, most children (and adults) will think of their mothers – the smile on her face, the sound of her voice lulling them to sleep or those warm hugs that made their day complete. And every child will tell you, their mother is beautiful and always will

  • ‘Reclaimed on a Frame’ by Runi Khan: Capturing culture in frames

    ‘Reclaimed on a Frame’ by Runi Khan: Capturing culture in frames

    On 22 and 23 April an art exhibition showcased 29 experimental artworks at the Bistro E Club of Bay’s Edgewater in Gulshan. Titled ‘Reclaimed on a Frame’ the exhibition displayed artworks by Runi Khan. ‘Reclaimed on a Frame’ re-assembles Bengali “cultural fragments” using fabrics and old wooden printing blocks juxtaposed into a geometric unity. Each

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