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  • Representing Bangla cinema in Seoul

    The Bangladesh Film Festival which began on Friday in Seoul, came to an end yesterday. It was organised by the Bangladesh Embassy in Seoul to strengthen the cultural ties between Bangladesh and South Korea.

  • Representing Bangla cinema in Seoul

    The Bangladesh Film Festival which began on Friday in Seoul, came to an end yesterday. It was organised by the Bangladesh Embassy in Seoul to strengthen the cultural ties between Bangladesh and South Korea.

  • 'The Ballad of Ayesha' launched at Batighar

    In a festive atmosphere of Batighar, Anisul Hoque's book Ayeshamangal's English translation The Ballad of Ayesha, launched with the presence of writers, poets and cultural personalities.

  • First ever Cineplex in Chattogram

    The first ever premium Cineplex in Chattogram is about to open its doors to the people. Chittagonians on Facebook are highly excited about 'Silver Screen', will finally fulfill the needs of movie-lovers in the district. It is situated on the 6th floor of Finlay Square.

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    Cultural festival in 64 districts of Bangladesh

    In order to raise awareness about the culture and heritage of Bangladesh, a cultural festival will be held in 64 districts of the country on July 20-21, 2018.

  • Professor Hayat Mamud steps on 80

    Eminent essayist-poet Professor Dr Hayat Mamud's 80th birthday was celebrated yesterday. The programme was organised by the publication house, Puthiniloy. It was held in Abdul Karim Shahityabisharad auditorium, Bangla Academy.

  • Turongomi's 'Aranya' to mesmerise this monsoon

    Turongomi Repertory Dance Theatre has long established itself as one of the most prolific dance troupes in the industry, having represented Bangladesh multiple times in the international arena.

  • Turongomi's 'Aranya' to mesmerise this monsoon

    Turongomi Repertory Dance Theatre has long established itself as one of the most prolific dance troupes in the industry, having represented Bangladesh multiple times in the international arena.

  • Remembering Abdullah Al Mamun

    Tomorrow marks the 76th birth anniversary of Abdullah Al Mamun, who was a nonpareil in the Bangladeshi theatre, television and cinema arena. Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy will host a programme tomorrow from 4pm onwards in honour of the man of many talents.

  • 'Unmad' prize winners at the 40-year celebrations

    Recently, the 5-day 40-year-celebration of the satire magazine Unmad, came to a close, where three cartoonists were awarded. Morshed Mishu, who won the first prize, wanted to pursue a career in defence, but ended up being a cartoonist. He is an Assistant Editor at Unmad.

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