- June 23, 2017
Very few things can capture the essence of Eid than a train departing from Dhaka. As offices close and Eid shopping ends, people who come from all over the country find themselves driven with unparallel vigour to risk everything in clambering onboard a train.
There is no fear, there is no doubt, in the hearts of the thousands of people who are intent on returning home.
This is the season of Eid. This is the season of festivities, the season of homecoming.
Bangladesh ODI cricket team captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza starred in a music video to promote the festive nature of Bangladesh. The video titled “Utshober Bangladesh” is presented by Ruchi and co-produced with GPmusic, Symphony Mobile and RedOrange Media & Communications.
A motorcade carrying a BNP delegation comprising the party’s Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir came under an attack at Shantirhat of Rangunia upazila of Chittagong on Sunday June 18, 2017, around 10 am.
The torrential rain followed in the wake of Cyclone Mora
We have no right, to deny another person of their right.
Tigers scored a mediocre total of 264 losing seven wickets against a formidable Indian batting line-up. Here is the highlights of Bangladesh innings
‘Bangladesh! Bangladesh! Bangladesh!’
Produced by Action Aid, this film looks at Bangladesh as a country that is immediately at threat from climate change
This will be the incumbent government’s last complete budget, he says
A one-and-a-half minute summary of what the national budget is and the impact it has on our lives
Avenue T Style Report presented by Dhaka Tribune’s Avenue T
Veteran journalist Afsan Chowdhury speaks to Dhaka Tribune‘s Tanim Ahmed about the removal of the Lady Justice statue from the Supreme Court premises, explaining that the ruling Awami League is playing the long game looking at the next election
While countries like India and China are already profiting massively from the outsourcing market, we are yet to start working thoroughly in the field
The young man is almost every bus passenger in Dhaka. This scene will repeat itself tomorrow, and the day after, and the following day.
Prominent hydrology expert Dr Ainun Nishat sits down with the Dhaka Tribune‘s Abu Siddique to discuss the much-talked-about issue of sharing Teesta water between Bangladesh and India.
Flower Fest 2017, a fair encompassing all businesses that deal in flowers, has kicked off in Dhaka. It will run from 10am to 8pm every day until April 1 on the Bangla Academy premises. It is open to the public. The event is supported by USAID, Bangladesh Flower Society and Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, among others.
Operation Searchlight was the largest military action against civilians in the 20th Century, with a shocking casualty rate.
Friday afternoon’s assault follows a ‘call to arms’ made by Islamic State (IS) to jihadists in Bangladesh
The earliest centres of civilisation sprung up next to rivers, e.g. Mesopotamia along the Tigris and Euphrates, Indus along the eponymous river, Ancient Egypt along the Nile.
For International Women’s Day 2017, the Dhaka Tribune went around Dhaka asking men what they would do if they were women.