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  • Horror haunts the valley of Longadu

    Now, the affected villages resemble a deserted wasteland. Villagers say they cannot yet muster the courage to return to their lands, where they would have to start from scratch.

  • Dhaka’s stunt bikers on one wheel

    If you have seen the Marvel film Ghost Rider, you have seen Hollywood stuntmen performing all kinds of motorcycle stunts. But have you seen anyone in Dhaka trying to play Ghost Rider?

  • The lost legacy of Chittagong’s wooden boats

    In course of time, as steel and iron replaced wood, the great craftsmanship of the once famous wooden shipbuilding industry of Chittagong faded away – but not completely.

  • CIID seizes 495kg gold of Apan Jewellers

    Customs Intelligence officials start confiscating around 495 kilogrammes of gold of Apan Jewellers as it failed to show valid documents for the gold.

  • 5 devastating cyclones in Bangladesh

    Bangladesh, the delta country, has been in the line of a few devastating tropical cyclones. Here we take a look back at some of the worst tropical cyclones to have hit the country.

  • Mysterious giants hidden in Copenhagen woods

    Meet 'Thomas On The Mountain,' a lazy wooden giant happily reclining near the Copenhagen suburb of Albertslund.

  • Yoga helps victims of genocide and sexual violence

    A long line of women chatter excitedly as they rush into their yoga class in Kigali, Rwanda. The classes are popular amongst the community of women, many of whom are affected by a history of genocide, sexual violence and infection of HIV or AIDS.

  • K-pop fest heats up Dhaka

    The popular K-Pop World Festival, a yearly international event and contest, takes place for the third time in Dhaka at the Shilpakala Academy, demonstrating that it is quite popular among Dhaka’s youths.

  • [WATCH] What really happened during cop raid at BNP Gulshan office?

    After entering the office, the police officials turned off the CCTV cameras and also damaged some of the cameras, Rashed Ahmed, an employee of Khaleda Zia's Gulshan office, says.

  • Change Maker: The Good Shepherd

    Two months into her pregnancy, Farida Khatun suffered a fate all too familiar yet often glossed over; her husband, Atar Mia, left her