Rafid Ariyan, a student of North South University founded Kashful Foundation back in 2017 with a small dream of contributing to the skills development of children. The initial idea behind Kashful Foundation was to arrange fun and engaging events, alongside materials that would aid children in developing their intellect, skills, and mental health.
Raiyan Rahman, an 18-year-old youth studying at Mangrove school is set to compete in the World Powerlifting Championship 2022, in the sub-junior category (59kg weight limit) this August. This will be the first time someone from Bangladesh will represent the country in the international stage of powerlifting.
After their recent visit to BUET, the “Hawa” team’s promotional conference and concert reached Notre Dame University Bangladesh (NDUB) on July 26.
The event was organised by NDUB's Drama and Film Club, who welcomed the team with a cultural dance performance to the film's hit number "Shada Shada Kala Kala"
Rubel Mia, a local youth from Mathbaria, Pirojpur founded Hate Khori Foundation back in 2018, with the intention of providing proper education for the financially challenged children of fishermen in his community.
Linkin Park fans from all over Dhaka came together to pay tribute to the legendary vocalist of the band, Chester Bennington, on July 23 at at EMK Centre, Dhanmondi. The event “Hybrid Lights” was organised by aspiring young musicians who are part of the ‘Linkin Park Bangladeshi Soldiers’ group.
Azmeer Hossain’s fifth solo exhibition “Beckoning Horizon” showcases sixty-two of his abstract and realistic paintings at the Edge Gallery in Gulshan. The exhibition features multiple series of abstract, objective and non-objective paintings by the artist such as “Horizon”, “Memory”, “Fragment”, “My Journey”, “Mindscape”, and “Before Time”.
Notre Dame University Bangladesh (NDUB) welcomed Ananta Jalil and Barsha Jalil yesterday.
The event was organised as part of the ongoing promotions for Ananta Jalil’s upcoming movie “Din: The Day”. The programme was opened with a small cultural dance performance by Catherina Stuti, a student of the English Department and a member of Notre Dame’s Cultural Club.
"With much appreciation, we welcome Ananta Jalil and his wife Barsha Jalil among us today," said Sourav Palma, Lecturer of the English Department and co-moderator of Cultural Club, NDUB.
Zareen Mahmud Hosein, a chartered accountant by profession, founded CholPori, an e-learning platform for the children of primary school, in 2020. She aimed to enhance the grade competency of children through the platform using fun animations and illustrious content.