- March 21, 2018
The snake like dollar sign hissed through the gap between the First World and the Third World, and I could feel its venom
The ambivalence of happy
How a small initiative by three women five years ago now feeds thousands of children in Bangladesh
Dr Rashid Haroon talks about puppetry in Bangladesh
A look at the treatment of ethnic minorities in Bangladesh on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Detroit pizza, deshi flavours
How sustainable is development through deforestation?
The president of the Earth Day Network Kathleen Rogers talks to Weekend Tribune
Music is special. Almost everyone feels something in its presence. Almost no one feels the same. Music, like every other experience, we experience alone. It can be communicated with other individuals, but it cannot be experienced simultaneously.
Even in this era of neo-liberalism and equality, there are people living under rocks who believe women cannot accomplish what a man can. There are many movies which portray the sheer strength of a woman. This strength is not merely of the body but also the mind. Biopics of women with immense grit are up for grabs.
Exploring Small Lagoon, Big Lagoon, Secret Lagoon, Seven Commando Beach and Shimizu Island
The Urban Study Group comprises concerned architects and local volunteers on a crusade to protect the heritage and cultural fabric of Puran Dhaka, calling to preserve over 2,500 historic buildings.
This International Women’s Day, Foodpanda unveils how female restaurant partners stand out in a male-dominated industry
The new, innovative version of Yellow Submarine in town
This page is seriously lit!
Dhaka Tribune’s staff reporter Afrose Jahan Chaity was one of the 20 international journalists taking part in Foreign Press Center’s ‘Combating Trafficking in Persons’ reporting tour. The group traveled to Washington DC, Texas and Los Angeles for the two-week program, sponsored by the United States government. This report was produced as part of that program
Creating avenues for recovery and growth in a refugee camp