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  • Grooving the Latin way

    The lively rhythm of different forms of Latin dance - Cha-cha-cha, Tango, Salsa, Rumba, Samba, Mambo, Lambada, Merengue - can brighten up anyone's mood. To help the people of Dhaka appreciate the dance form, 3rd Space has introduced Latin dance classes.

  • DU's homage to Rabindranath and Nazrul

    University of Dhaka (DU) will host a programme in honour of Rabindranath Tagore and Kazi Nazrul Islam at 4 pm today. Pro-Vice Chancellor of University of Dhaka, Dr Nasreen Ahmad will inaugurate the programme in the presence of National Professors, Dr Anisuzzaman and Dr Rafiqul Islam.

  • A night of musical SPLENDOUR

    One of the icons of Bangladesh's playback industry, Subir Nandi was awarded the Channel i Music Awards 2018 Lifetime Achievement

  • 'DIFFERENTLY ABLED, NOT DISABLED!'

    In a noble initiative, Bangladesh Musical Bands Association (BAMBA) has partnered up with the Ministry of Social Welfare and PFDA – Vocational Training Center to arrange a stellar concert on September 28. The concert will raise awareness for autism, which is a commonly neglected phenomenon in Bangladesh.

  • 7th Seoul Migrant Film Festival 2018 held in Dhaka

    With the slogan “Sromiker jonyo Cinema, Sromikder nirmito Cinema” (Cinema for the workers and cinema by the workers) Joloj Movie and Asia Media Culture Factory (Korea) in association with Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy organised the 7th Seoul Migrant Film Festival Dhaka 2018 in the International Archive Auditorium on September 15.

  • From Japan, with love: Japan Fest 2018

    Embracing art, literature, language and more of another country broadens our perspectives and helps us see things differently. On Sunday, the people of Bangladesh and Japan were seen embracing each other's cultures at the Japan Fest 2018 held at Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy.

  • Ruhul Abdin talks 'The Portraits of Kamalapur'

    A discussion on The Portraits of Kamalapur, a book by artist Ruhul Abdin, took place on Monday at Art Café in Gulshan Avenue. Born in Sylhet and raised in London, Ruhul Abdin is an artist, architect, designer, writer and urban research planner.

  • BIRTHDAY BLAST

    Growing up, ATM Shamsuzzaman loved writing. From expressing his thoughts through poems and short stories, he grew up to become an actor. Today the beloved actor celebrates his birthday.

  • Photo Talk with Prito Reza completes a picturesque year

    Prito Reza has been one of the most well known photographers in the country for quite a while now. The man of many talents constantly rediscovers himself as a man of many talents

  • 'Blossoms from Ash' unveiled

    The documentary was filmed in the Ukhiya refugee camp and documented the life and struggles of the stateless people residing there. “We are made to fear migrants and refugees back in my country,” said Alexander I Blum.“Bangladesh has inspired me incredibly and thus I decided to make the film to spread awareness among people.”

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