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Tuesday June 27, 2017 04:02 PM



  • Bridging the digital divide

    Bridging the digital divide

    The government’s long-term goal of bringing the whole country under broadband coverage shows that it has the right vision for making Digital Bangladesh a reality. It is projected that, by 2025, 60% of the population will have access to broadband connectivity. If we stay on track, it is only a matter of time until all

  • Iftar at Guhaa, The Cave Kitchen

    Iftar at Guhaa, The Cave Kitchen

    Bored of having the same Iftar everyday? Worry no more! Guhaa, The Cave Kitchen brings you something different. Guhaa brings their new Iftar platters serving crispy chicken wings, delightful chicken lollipops, an amazing chicken or beef burger, freshly made coleslaw, a serving of mixed fruits, and tantalising mango juice for Iftar at only Tk399. Also

  • All you can Eat at A&W

    All you can Eat at A&W

    A&W is offering an all you can eat Iftar deal. The offer Includes 1 burger and unlimited Spicy Aroma Chicken at Tk.695. The offer is valid only for dine ins everyday for one hour after Azan during the month of Ramadan. For further details call 01844000102 (Dhanmondi) and 01844000103 (Gulshan)

  • Innovation Grant from Prime Minister’s Office for AIMS Lab to develop autism screening software

    Innovation Grant from Prime Minister’s Office for AIMS Lab to develop autism screening software

    Advanced Intelligent Multidisciplinary Systems Lab (AIMS) of United International University received an innovation grant of Tk.23.5 lacs from Access to Information (A2I) program, Prime Minister’s office to develop an autism screening application. The project, Autism Barta: A mobile interactive tools for automatic screening of autism will be developed in collaboration with Jatiya Protibondhi Unnayan Foundation

  • Knorr and Pureit presents #Shareameal campaign

    Knorr and Pureit presents #Shareameal campaign

    This Ramadan, Knorr and Pureit have launched a campaign titled #Shareameal

  • Ramadan: of spiders and rhythms

    Ramadan: of spiders and rhythms

    Why do Muslims pray five times a day? Why did Mohammed advise Muslims to take this on as one of the five pillars, knowing that life can be demanding? Are we Muslims just fanatics, lunatics, worthy of being robbed, mobbed, gagged, hunted, haunted, labelled, stoned and Gitmoed? No. We honour the source of every sentient

  • Think before you act

    Think before you act

    Having the right sort of mindset is key to healthy living

  • Why Thailand is a great student destination

    Why Thailand is a great student destination

    We have said this several times before, but can’t help repeating it again – the future of international education lies in South East Asia. The ASEAN countries not only watch sunrise and sunset before everyone else in the world, but also possess excellent education curricula which undergraduate students from Bangladesh should be looking to take

  • Kamal: Mitu’s killers under surveillance

    Kamal: Mitu’s killers under surveillance

    Two of them have already been arrested and they have confessed to being involved in the murder.

  • Messi retires from international football

    Messi retires from international football

    Messi cut a dejected figure after Argentina’s trophy drought at senior level was extended to 23 years. It was the fourth final he had lost with his country

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