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Amitav Ghosh’s The Nutmeg's Curse

Amitav Ghosh’s The Nutmeg's Curse

Arts & Letters

Wed, Sep 15 2021

Amitav Ghosh’s new nonfiction book, The Nutmeg's Curse: Parables for a Planet in Crisis, is...

Nilkhet book market on the verge of...

Nilkhet book market on the verge of...

Dhaka

Wed, Aug 11 2021

Book sellers struggling with Covid-19 lockdowns, school closures

New normal, new me

New normal, new me

D2

Sun, Mar 28 2021

Last year, around this time we spent the last normal weekend without really knowing that life as we knew...

Book Fair 2021: Publishers worried about...

Book Fair 2021: Publishers worried about...

Bangladesh

Sun, Mar 21 2021

Visitors at the fair expressed concerns about the weather

Restaurant Review Nerdy Bean Coffee...

Restaurant Review Nerdy Bean Coffee...

Weekend Tribune

Sun, Mar 21 2021

Masru Hasan explains the importance of building a community in order to run a business.

PM Hasina's 'My Father, My Bangladesh'...

'My Father, My Bangladesh' to be unveiled...

Bangladesh

Wed, Mar 17 2021

The book contains translations of seven selected essays from her book "Sheikh Mujib Amar...

New releases to look out for

New releases to look out for

Arts & Letters

Thu, Jan 28 2021

Books & Blurbs

Book launched to celebrate craftswomen...

Book honours craftswomen building climate...

Bangladesh

Fri, Dec 11 2020

‘The book tells the tale of 14 female artisans who build resilience to climate change through their...

OP-ED: Bringing the books to book

OP-ED: Bringing the books to book

Opinion

Sat, Nov 28 2020

The national curriculum and its textbooks do little to cater to the needs and interests of the...

How to break a reading slump

How to break a reading slump

D2

Sun, Oct 18 2020

Reading Slump  /ˈriːdɪŋ slʌmp/

Book-lovers enamoured with new den of...

New den of Bengal Boi well-liked

Bangladesh

Fri, Sep 11 2020

Launched as a "bookstore cafe with a lawn" in 2017, Bengal Boi has played a significant role...

OP-ED: The censorship paradox

OP-ED: The censorship paradox

SM Mahfuzur Rahman

Sat, Jul 18 2020

Banning books and censoring films barely ever serve their purpose

OP-ED: To all the books I’ve never...

OP-ED: To all the books I’ve never...

Rishabh Kochhar

Fri, Jun 5 2020

Making peace with my anti-library

A list of world’s most famous books...

A list of world’s most famous books...

Arts & Lettets

Tue, Jun 2 2020

Dhaka Tribune's list of famous 100 books

130 new books on Bangabandhu hit book...

130 new books on Bangabandhu hit book...

Dhaka

Mon, Feb 24 2020

Of them, only 20 books cost over Tk500, the most expensive one selling for Tk2600, the other 110 titles...

Spreading our literature across the...

Spreading our literature across the...

Ekram Kabir

Fri, Feb 21 2020

It’s time to let the world know about Bangla

A time for books

A time for books

Anik Kabir

Thu, Feb 20 2020

Our relationship with books is not what it used to be

Fair and square

Fair and square

Abak Hussain

Sat, Feb 15 2020

We have no shortage of books, but do we have intellectual freedom? 

Books are mirrors of the soul

Books are mirrors of the soul

Anik Kabir

Fri, Feb 7 2020

In this month of February, let’s remind ourselves of the value of reading

A month of books

A month of books

Editorial

Tue, Feb 4 2020

The scale and significance of the Ekushey Book Fair remains unique