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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...

Being Bengali

Being Bengali

D2

Sat, Oct 10 2020

It is up to us to determine what it means to be a Bangali

OP-ED: What Humayun Ahmed can teach...

OP-ED: What Humayun Ahmed can teach...

Md Shamsul Islam

Fri, Jul 24 2020

The media can take a page out of the novelist’s works to understand how to reach an audience

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

What are people reading now?

What are people reading now?

Anik Kabir

Thu, Mar 5 2020

Do people read poetry and fiction anymore?

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

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

Off to Valinor

Off to Valinor

Abak Hussain

Sat, Jan 18 2020

To the end, Christopher Tolkien was loyal to his father’s astonishing legacy

A centre for Bangla

A centre for Bangla

Ekram Kabir

Sat, Dec 7 2019

Can we take our language and literature to other parts of the world? 

‘Reading a book is pure escape, isn’t...

‘Reading a book is pure escape, isn’t...

Special Supplement

Mon, Nov 18 2019

From Bob The Builder, who can fix anything, to the enchanting world of Wereworld, Curtis Jobling has...

“VR works as a remedy to connect people...

“VR works as a remedy to connect people...

Dhaka Lit Fest

Wed, Nov 13 2019

Goethe-Institute Bangladesh introduces the virtual reality showing of Vrwandlung

‘Understanding the ‘other’ is the beginning...

‘Understanding the ‘other’ is the beginning...

Dhaka Lit Fest

Wed, Nov 13 2019

Sumana Roy, Monica Ali, Maria Filomena Bouissou Lepecki, Yara Rodrigues Fowler, and Minna Lindgren discuss...

The best we have to offer

The best we have to offer

Editorial

Thu, Nov 7 2019

DLF shows that art, culture, and literature will always thrive in this country

Austrian Handke and Pole Tokarczuk win...

Austrian Handke and Pole Tokarczuk win...

World

Thu, Oct 10 2019

The 2018 prize, delayed by one year after a sexual assault scandal rocked the award-giving Academy, went...

My mother: Friend and guide

My mother: Friend and guide

Dr Rounaq Jahan

Thu, Sep 5 2019

Remembering Razia Begum, a remarkable woman

That dark cloud over your head

That dark cloud over your head

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Fri, Aug 2 2019

There’s no shame in seeking help for depression

No poetry in Paris

No poetry in Paris

Arts & Letters

Sat, May 11 2019

Famous smokes

Young people do love Shakespeare

Young people do love Shakespeare

Anik Kabir

Fri, Apr 26 2019

Why the Bard is still a relevant part of the curriculum

Chinho Mela: A place for literature,...

Chinho Mela: A place for literature,...

Event

Wed, Mar 13 2019

The fair organized over 100 stalls featuring literary magazines from Bangladesh and India rich with literary...

The mysterious disappearance of Bengali...

The mysterious disappearance of Bengali...

Towheed Feroze

Sun, Mar 3 2019

Nowadays, there is a noticeable lack of cloak-and-dagger storytelling in Bengali literature