- Arts & Culture
- January 14, 2018
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.
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All are private investigators on a surveillance operation in the Midlands.
The target is a man in his 20s. The client is one of a growing number of British Asians who are hiring private detectives to carry out pre-marital checks on potential partners.
Celebrating this year's Valentine's Day and the International Mother Language day, leading jewellery shop, Apan Jewelers is offering customers 31% discount for diamond jewellery. Customers are to choose from a wide array of diamond necklaces, rings, earrings, nose pins, lockets and much more to avail the offer. The offer will continue till February 21.
This January, Six Seasons Hotel is bringing Theme Nights to spice up the winter. During the weekends this month, food lovers can enjoy an entire range of delicacies from unlimited saucy and spiced wings, scrumptious seafood, tangy BBQ & Steak and delicious Italian food at the Sky Pool Restaurant at Six Seasons Hotel.
Each weekend will celebrate a different theme, complemented by the stellar view of the city from the infinity pool of the hotel. The themed nights will be celebrated as follows:
Jan 7-8: Wings Night BDT 1400 per person