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Finding zen in modern life

Finding zen in modern life

Maisha Mehzabeen

Fri, Aug 31 2018

How to find tranquility in an increasingly chaotic world

Gintama mentions Bangladesh, fans mostly...

Gintama mentions Bangladesh, fans mostly...

D2

Tue, Aug 14 2018

Some may find the joke offensive; but the majority of Bangladeshi anime fans are taking the matter rather...

A maverick of Bengali mysticism

A maverick of Bengali mysticism

Towheed Feroze

Sun, Jul 22 2018

Humayun Ahmed’s fiction reflected a desire to be free from the constraints of mundane reality

A better classroom

A better classroom

Abdul Moktader Mamoon

Fri, Jul 20 2018

How learning journals can improve the quality of both teaching and learning

The heart leads you back

The heart leads you back

Weekend Tribune

Thu, Jul 19 2018

Photos: Samin Yasar Malik Bangladeshi teen Samin Yasar Malik, living in US returns to his

An anger worth unleashing

An anger worth unleashing

Nur E Emroz Alam Tonoy

Thu, Jun 21 2018

We need to stand against the culture of ignorance that tries to solve disagreements through

A step towards  gender equality

A step towards gender equality

Editorial

Sat, Jun 9 2018

The new budget aims to tap into the potential of Bangladeshi women

Building bridges

Building bridges

Editorial

Fri, May 25 2018

The Bangladesh Bhavan is symbolic of how far Bangladesh has come in recent times

Facing modern challenges

Facing modern challenges

Selina Mohsin

Thu, May 17 2018

The Santal way of life is endangered, but the community still perseveres

Swet the important stuff

Swet the important stuff

Magazine

Thu, May 10 2018

Representing South Asian culture in rap

A reflection of a memory

A reflection of a memory

Anik Kabir

Mon, Apr 30 2018

Traditions like Shab-e-Barat give meaning to our lives

Keeping our history alive

Keeping our history alive

Editorial

Wed, Apr 18 2018

A nation’s heritage sites are central to its cultural identity, and also a major draw for tourists

The grass is not always greener on the...

The grass is not always greener on the...

Rishabh Kochhar

Tue, Mar 20 2018

When it comes to societal progress, Bangladesh is not alone in its problems

By rewriting history, Hindu nationalists...

By rewriting history, Hindu nationalists...

South Asia

Wed, Mar 7 2018

The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appointed a committee of scholars to prove that Hindus...

Keep the books flowing

Keep the books flowing

Ekram Kabir

Fri, Mar 2 2018

What makes a good book?

Two win Syed Waliullah Literary...

Two win Syed Waliullah Literary...

Arts & Culture

Wed, Feb 21 2018

A certificate, a crest of honour and Tk50,000 will be handed over to each them at the concluding ceremony...

No public transport  for women

No public transport for women

Editorial

Fri, Feb 16 2018

The timeline and consistency with which such vile attacks have continued to take place speak of two things:...

For the love of art

For the love of art

Opinion

Fri, Feb 9 2018

The Dhaka Art Summit has added to the cultural diversity of this great nation

The spirit of the Amar Ekushey Book...

The spirit of the Amar Ekushey Book...

Editorial

Fri, Feb 2 2018

What the Boi Mela truly stands for has never been more relevant, and more important, than today

Libraries are gone, long live...

Libraries are gone, long live...

Ekram Kabir , Ekram Kabir

Fri, Feb 2 2018

Digitization is changing the nature of libraries

PM Hasina: Spread Bangladeshi art, culture,...

PM Hasina: Spread Bangladeshi art, culture,...

Dhaka

Thu, Feb 1 2018

'If we can’t respect and enrich our own culture, language, art and literature, we can never develop ourselves...