- August 18, 2017
This year’s Milkshake Collective was appropriately titled Refill
A little sneak peek into what you’re getting from our all new magazine arriving this weekend. Super limited edition, so book a copy with your hawker now!
Selling your property the smart way
5 ways to be more productive when you’re sleep-starved
8 tips for a clutter-free kitchen
It’s okay to treat yourself once in a while, and spend your money on something that will make you happy.
A Valentine’s Day exclusive
It’s a fact of life that there will be times when a genuine apology is required, but many of the actions that actually elicit an “I’m sorry” aren’t anything to be contrite over.
We just completed another wild party season last December. After all the selfies have been edited and uploaded, and the appropriate hashtags assigned to the status updates, what stands out in your mind as fun memories, not just for the party season, but the year gone by?
Cleaning out that junk is no more a long shot
a breath of fresh air in traffic-clogged Dhaka
Safe practices in everyday life
Sajid Rahman, CEO of Telenor Health talks about goals
The progress so far — and why we should be glad to be Bangladeshis
“Harry Potter” fans will be able to bid for a piece of history next week when a book designed, hand-written and illustrated by JK Rowling goes on sale at Sotheby’s auction house in London.
Dealing with grief
Radio Shadhin 92.4 FM and UNDP organised a day long event titled ‘Rise up for women’ on December 1. Held at the Dhaka University Senate building, the event took place on December 1 from 11 am to 7 pm.
Goths and vampires came together under one roof. Guy Fawkes and the Joker gave each other fist bumps. Everyone chased the mummies and the zombies for selfies. This was happening in Dhaka, on Monday, October 31. It was the start of the largest Halloween themed event in the country. Jamuna Future Park (JFP) and Dhaka Comicon jointly organised the four days long program, Haunted Halloween Week.