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Revolutionaries, by any other name

Revolutionaries, by any other name

Magazine

Sat, Nov 26 2016

Like most people out there, I was disgusted by the way the all-conquering girls of our under-16 women's...

Cuff it, roll it, stack it

Cuff it, roll it, stack it

Magazine

Sat, Nov 26 2016

Not every man can tailor his pant legs, so we go to the next stylish measure

Wowing with their weaves

Wowing with their weaves

Magazine

Sat, Nov 26 2016

Highlights from the International Weavers Festival 2016

Go green

Go green

Magazine

Sat, Nov 26 2016

Cook your own way

Re-creating actuality with...

Re-creating actuality with...

Magazine

Sat, Nov 26 2016

“I can draw a flower, give it colours and make it as realistic as possible with minuscule details but...

The Globetrotter’s Chronicles

The Globetrotter’s Chronicles

Magazine

Sat, Nov 26 2016

A journey to Paris, France

Artfully Inarticulate

Artfully Inarticulate

Weekend Tribune

Sat, Nov 26 2016

How art can play a role in bridging gaps

Farashganj in fashion

Farashganj in fashion

Magazine

Sat, Nov 26 2016

When couture meets heritage

Farashganj, a lost history

Farashganj, a lost history

Magazine

Sat, Nov 26 2016

Travelling brings some much-needed, refreshing change to the mundane routine of daily life. It also provides...

Watch: The concluding day of DLF

Watch: The concluding day of DLF

Videos

Mon, Nov 21 2016

The stunning third day of the Dhaka Lit Fest 2016 ended among laughter, cheers, and hope for a better...

Watch: Large turnout for DLF events...

Watch: Large turnout for DLF events...

Videos

Sat, Nov 19 2016

Dhakaites flock to the Bangla Academy premises on the second day of the 2016 edition of Dhaka Lit Fest...

'If I hadn't kept on writing, I would...

'If I hadn't kept on writing, I would...

Dhaka

Sat, Nov 19 2016

When asked how he came to be a writer, Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul said because writing was all...

Nirmalendu Goon

Nirmalendu Goon

Magazine

Fri, Nov 18 2016

“Maybe I'm no human, humans are different; They can walk, they can sit, and they can wander room to...

Cook your own way | Kitchen...

Cook your own way | Kitchen...

Magazine

Fri, Nov 18 2016

Indian food is probably one of the most popular cuisines in the world. Its rich, spicy and full of flavour....

In hope for better loo

In hope for better loo

Magazine

Fri, Nov 18 2016

Squalid, soggy, and full of foul odours – Dhaka’s public toilets are the rightful bearers of those three...

Musings | music

Musings | music

Magazine

Fri, Nov 18 2016

Our musical soundscape derives primarily from the classical music of the eastern part of India

String theory

String theory

Uncategorized

Fri, Nov 18 2016

A Bangladeshi cellist trained in western classical music, 28 year old Razef Khan comes off as shy at...

A heaven for biodiversity

A heaven for biodiversity

Magazine

Fri, Nov 18 2016

Jahangirnagar University boasts one of the most naturally beautiful university campuses in the country....

Public transport in Dhaka

Public transport in Dhaka

Magazine

Fri, Nov 18 2016

If you live in Dhaka, you cannot help but notice people running after buses, or bargaining with autorickshaw...

Mree

Mree

Weekend Tribune

Fri, Nov 18 2016

'Mree,' a word that is shortened from 'Mrinmoy,' means ‘made of earth,’ and its designs are aimed to...

The Fine Print

The Fine Print

Weekend Tribune

Fri, Nov 18 2016

The stark white walls of Samuel Hoque’s Style Sanctum provide the perfect foil for his Autumn/Winter...