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  • Bengal's 'Phagun Shamirone' concludes

    Bengal Foundation organised a spring festival titled, Phagun Shamirone, at Bengal Boi in Dhaka. The festival, featuring literary discussions, launching of books and audio CDs and

  • Rafiqun Nabi's 'Smritir Pothrekhay' launched at Bengal Boi's 'Phagun Samirone'

    Eminent artist and cartoonist Rafiqun Nabi writes about life in his book 'Smritir Pothrekhay'. The narration starts from his birthplace, Nawabganj, and discovers the true beauty of Old Dhaka. Besides places that hold importance in his life, he talks about the memories he created around the city – parks, the stadium, his university etc.

  • Spring, harnessing the colours of life

    Heralding the arrival of spring, the nation celebrated Pahela Falgun yesterday. Every year, this day is celebrated to welcome the season of flowers -- symbolising youth, vigour and love. People from all over the country rejoiced, donning colorful attires and floral garlands, with performances of music, dance, drama and poetry to welcome the most endearing season of all.

  • Afzal Hossain unveils two books

    Afzal Hossain has entertained his fans and well-wishers throughout his career, not only as an actor, but also as a director, painter and writer. A man of many talents, he has written two books for this year's Ekushey Grantha Mela, Unish Nong Kobita Mokam and Shaban Makha Rowd, published by Anannya.

  • The 2019 BAFTA Awards

    At the 72nd British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards, more commonly known as the BAFTAs, Olivia Colman's performance as the unstable,

  • Bishwo Shahitto Kendro turns 40

    Bishwo Shahitto Kendro (BSK) celebrated its 40th founding anniversary yesterday through holding various programmes in its building. Professor Abdullah Abu Sayeed founded the institution with

  • Reesham Shahab Tirtho

    This year, in the Ekushey Boi Mela, Tirtho has designed covers of books by renowned writers, including the likes of Habibullah Siraji and Khasru Choudhury.

  • Celebrating Mother Language in the light of art

    Artopolitan, an art organisation promoting visual arts and artists of the world, and Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) in association with the Ministry of Cultural Affairs,

  • Patho natya utshab 2019

    'Dhonshostup' was performed by theatre troupe Shongshoptok from Narayanganj yesterday, at the Jatiya Patho Natya Utshab.

  • Celebrating Mother Language in the light of art

    Artopolitan, an art organisation promoting visual arts and artists of the world, and Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) in association with the Ministry of Cultural Affairs,

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