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  • Dhaka seeks IOM help for repatriation

    Dhaka has officially requested the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) to repatriate its nationals from war-torn Yemen.

  • Tragic end of a dream

    On Tuesday, trainee pilot Tamanna Rahman Rhidi did her first solo flight with just 15 hours of flying experience. Very few get to do

  • EC disqualifies Mintoo

    The BNP now faces trouble in Dhaka North City Corporation election as its lone mayoral aspirant Abdul Awal Mintoo has been

  • Returning officers 'unaware'

    Returning officers for two city corporation polls in Dhaka yesterday said they were not aware of any reported breach of electoral code

  • Kamal resigns

    Ever since the wide-scale changes in the International Cricket Council's constitution were made last year, the president's post was

  • India 'to allow Bangladesh to use its territory'

    New Delhi has agreed to Dhaka's proposal to include a provision in the bilateral trade agreement for transporting goods from

  • OMG!

    “You further intensify your vigil so that the cattle smuggling stops completely and price of beef in Bangladesh escalates 70 to 80 percent

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  • Will Kamal episode affect BCB?

    How will AHM Mustafa Kamal's dicey relationship with the ICC chairman affect the Bangladesh Cricket Board? This was a question that

  • Wahab bout Watto's best

    Australian all-rounder Shane Watson said his unbeaten knock of 64 against Pakistan in the World Cup quarterfinal is the “most important

  • Recall Srinivasan

    Cricket Association of Bihar secretary Aditya Verma yesterday shot off a letter to BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya and secretary Anurag

  • Sports minister urges Sanga to rethink

    Sri Lanka's sports minister on Wednesday urged the world's number one batsman Kumar Sangakkara to reconsider plans to retire from

  • Controversy mars Pioneer League

    The Super League of Dhaka City Corporation (South & North) Pioneer Football League gets underway across four venues tomorrow

  • Retractable roof & 4-day Test

    As Colin Graves, Yorkshire's outgoing chairman, prepares to take over the chairmanship of the ECB and press for radical changes in

  • Mills retires

    New Zealand pace bowler Kyle Mills announced his retirement from all cricket. Mills was consistently ranked among the world's top 10

  • Haddin offers apology

    Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has offered an unusual half-apology after his final World Cup sledging of New Zealand, suggesting

  • Starc to miss part of IPL

    Royal Challengers Bangalore will start Pepsi IPL 2015 without their star fast bowler Mitchell Starc, who is nursing a knee injury post his

  • McCullum honoured

    Brendon McCullum's galvanising leadership and explosive batting has seen him hold off strong challenges to be named the Sir Richard

  • Zia, Liza advance to WC Chess

    Grand Master Ziaur Rahman and Shamima Akter Liza emerged unbeaten champions in their respective sections of the Asian Zonal Chess

  • BGB, Ansar triumph

    Border Guard Bangladesh and Bangladesh Ansar clinched men's and women's titles of the Independence Cup Handball tournaments

  • BPL deferred again

    The Bangladesh Premier League is set to be deferred again as the participating clubs are sticking to their decision not to take part in the

  • Townsend rescues England

    Tottenham winger Andros Townsend came off the bench to steal the limelight from club-mate Harry Kane with a late equaliser in a 1-

  • No revenge for Spain

    The Netherlands once again proved too good for an under-par Spain as goals from Stefan de Vrij and Davy Klaasen handed the hosts

  • Argentina without Messi win again

    Argentina beat Ecuador 2-1 to notch a second straight Copa America warm-up victory without Lionel Messi at a freezing MetLife

  • Novak survives Alexandr scare

    Desperate Novak Djokovic fought back from a set and a break down to defeat Alexandr Dolgopolov 6-7 (3/7), 7-5, 6-0 Tuesday,

  • Real snap up Danilo

    European champions Real Madrid have completed the signing of Brazilian international right-back Danilo from Porto on a six-year deal.

  • Manager Bypasses Ban

    As far as Poole Town manager Tom Killick is concerned, his six-game stadium ban from for yelling at a match official couldn't have come



  • Oyasiqur Rahman

    The eerie sound of silence

    IT'S almost like a ritual killing that will happen every now and then. The word 'blogger' has become the most hateful word in the dictionary of religious extremists.

  • No place to belong

    THAI authorities detained 76 migrants including six suspected Rohingyas in Thailand's southern Nakhon Si Thammarat province on Monday.

  • Media responsibilities

    Grief, Over Easy

    We see a continuous display of grief and sorrow in the media—bodies lined up after car crashes, young boys and girls with their faces charred by Molotov cocktails.

  • AKM Jalaluddin

    AKM Jalaluddin: A scholar and mentor

    IF he had been alive now, he would be 72. However, fate ordained otherwise.

  • Governance and the politics of Islamic militancy

    SO far there has been no concrete evidence that Islamic militancy of considerable dimension has been developed in Bangladesh as yet.




Arts & Entertainment

  • Group exhibition at Gallery Twenty One


    Gallery Twenty One and Zonta Club of Greater Dhaka has organised a group art exhibition of Bangladeshi women artists to celebrate International Women's Day 2015.

  • Mir Sabbir

    Mir Sabbir's shoot to remember

    Traveling enhances experience. It makes a person see the beauty of nature, explore places, get acquainted with new cultures and people.

  • “Passport” on Maasranga

    Tele-film “Passport”, featuring Anisur Rahman Milon, Alvi, Fazlur Rahman Babu and Shaju Khadem, among others – will go on air tonight at 7:50pm on Maasranga TV.

  • Furious

    Furious 7 releasing in Dhaka on US release date

    The seventh film of the Fast & Furious franchise that has been seeing staggering global attention recently -- is set to release in Bangladesh on April 3, the same day as its US release.

  • Monica Bellucci

    Monica Bellucci

    Monica Bellucci's father is Persian and her mother is from Italy. Though she started her acting career in the mid-1990's she started modeling at an early age.

  • Bhola Theatre stage Hing-Ting-Chot

    Bhola Theatre, a leading theatre group of the district, staged their 16th production “Hing-Ting-Chot” in Kobi Mojammel Hoque Town Hall of Bhola on March 26.

  • Bangladesh In Frames photography exhibition

    Bangladesh In Frames

    The seventh edition of “Bangladesh In Frames”, the annual photography exhibition of photography community “Through the Lens (TTL) Bangladesh”, ended at Drik Gallery on March 30.

  • Hugh Jackman

    Hugh Jackman to star in 'Apostle Paul'

    Hugh Jackman will star in and produce faith-based drama “Apostle Paul” for Warner Bros.

  • Sushmita Sen

    Sushmita set to debut in Bangla film

    Bollywood actress Sushmita Sen is all set to make her Bangla film debut with National Award-winning director Srijit Mukherji's new film “Nirbaak”.


  • Shifting Mediums

    There are a few different reasons why people make the jump. One very obvious reason is where they'd like to get their higher education from.

  • “My CGPA game is too strong.” Said no one ever.

    Even the people with straight A's and seemingly perfect GPA's must falter in one course, miss the mark in a certain assignment or at least fail to impress one faculty member.

  • It’s Okay to FAIL (Sometimes)

    By the time I’m writing this article, the O and A Level results have been out for a couple of weeks now and everyone has had their time to wallow in their misery by self-imposed exile from social media and talking to people in general.


    The number of engineering students in Bangladesh is ever so on the rise. Even twenty years back people opted to study engineering just because their parents wanted them to be engineers.

  • My Bicycle

    Aung Rakhaine, a film activist, makes his debut with Mor Thengari (My Bicycle). An event from his childhood forms the central element of the story: a bicycle and how it affected the lives of the people in the Hill Tracts.


    It has been exactly twenty days since my sister had left, or as my mummy had put it, flown to the stars.


    So this is something we haven't had on Fable Factory before: an editorial. SHOUT's recent expansion allowed us the opportunity to add another page to Fable Factory.


    My eyes don't seem to hold enough light, my palms are too big, my nose too pointy, too many acne marks on a sun-kissed face.


    Childhoods are built on memories. Both good and bad ones. By some luck Aizah had been blessed with mostly the good kind, courtesy of a fantastic family.

  • The Jazzperiment Performance by Imran Ahmed Quintet

    The audience had only barely finished arriving at the venue before the tickets for the show had sold out.