- December 10, 2017
Children subjected to corporal punishment often tend to demonstrate more violent and delinquent attitudes than those who are not, and when they are adults, they become supportive of such punishment.
Bangladesh recently hosted IMMSAREX 2017, where the naval representatives from numerous countries coordinated in search-and-rescue exercises
A 2014 study analyzed all possible pairs of neighbouring seasons in the Bangla calendar and found that the summer and monsoon seasons had become indistinguishable from each other
Despite all odds and social taboo, female bikers are riding their bikes not just in Dhaka, but all over the country, a trend which has seen a rise in the last year-and-a-half.
The Department of Archaeology of Jahangirnagar University excavated the ruins of a thousand-year-old Buddhist temple with a design unique to the Bengal region, which later became a Hindu temple and fell out of use and remained buried for at least 600 years
‘Disability is an issue that needs to be covered, as physically challenged people are still excluded from society’
Unprecedented number of Bangladeshis travel to India, Thailand and Singapore for medical treatment
In 2016, the national household income was at Tk15,945, a 45% increase from Tk7,203 in 2005. On the other hand, the national household expenditure was at Tk15,715 in 2016, a 39% rise from Tk6,134 in 2005.
A recent survey by Bangladesh Cable TV Viewers Forum reported that only 25% to 30% of the total Bangladeshi audience watch local TV channels
Having had their dignity compromised by the Myanmar security forces, more than a dozen Rohingya young women abandoned their niqab while sharing stories of murder and rape with Shafiur Rahman, an independent documentary maker
According to a US embassy cable leaked recently by WikiLeaks, the then Bangladeshi government had strictly instructed that the press not to report the incident.
This is the story of how cows are the new mules for smuggling phensedyl across the border
Independent film-maker Shafiur Rahman, currently filming a documentary about Rohingya refugee women in the camps of Bangladesh, has shared his experiences in Cox’s Bazar’s Kutupalong Rohingya camp with the Dhaka Tribune.
It was certainly not the first armed rebellion in Latin America, which had witnessed numerous bloody independence campaigns against Spain in the 19th century and a smattering of communist militias in the 1940s.