K Tanzeel Zaman

Shopno Jabe Bari – more than a song!

As the calendar pages flutter closer to Eid, a familiar tune whispers through the air, nudging our hearts towards home — Shopno Jabe Bari. This melody is not just a song; it's a journey back to where our stories began, wrapped in the warm embrace of family and memories of Eid celebrations.

4d ago

Soupy Korean Kimchi Noodles: A fusion delight

Imagine a bowl of those perfectly spicy, raving with the flavour of Kimchi, garnished with your favourite treats. Ready to make this lip-smacking bowl? Come on, let's cook!

4d ago

Cashless in Dhaka: Navigating pre-Eid expenses with a tap

Cashless in Dhaka: Navigating pre-Eid expenses with a tap

1w ago

The great salami shift: Eid celebrations through millennial eyes  

Eid in Dhaka unfolds a tale that every millennial can narrate with a mix of nostalgia and a slight grimace. It’s that time of year when our roles shift dramatically from the eager hands once extended for Eid salamis to the ones reluctantly opening our physical or digital wallets.

1w ago

Navigating Dhaka's Eid shopping scene on a budget

By now, many have already spent a good chunk of their time shopping for friends and families. After all, can you put a price on the smile of your loved ones after gifting them their Eid dress?

2w ago

Building a healthier Dhaka: Why understanding women’s health benefits us all

Back in the day, discussing the health issues of women was nothing short of a taboo. A serial offender would have an easier time getting a break than someone who openly discusses topics ranging from menstrual cramps to pregnancy woes. This phenomenon was not only confided within your household; it was a global one, and unfortunately, remnants of this taboo still linger in our society today.

Mastering the miKE: Evolution of emceeing in Dhaka

The nation’s bustling capital city has been experiencing the rise of a new phenomenon encompassing individuals who have a niche in public speaking.

Should you really take relationship advice from netizens?

Picture this: It's a lazy Friday afternoon in Dhaka. The sky is overcast, and you are sipping on your third cup of cha, scrolling through your phone. Suddenly, the urge to solve your relationship woes with the wisdom of the internet grips you.

April 8, 2024
April 8, 2024

Shopno Jabe Bari – more than a song!

As the calendar pages flutter closer to Eid, a familiar tune whispers through the air, nudging our hearts towards home — Shopno Jabe Bari. This melody is not just a song; it's a journey back to where our stories began, wrapped in the warm embrace of family and memories of Eid celebrations.

April 8, 2024
April 8, 2024

Soupy Korean Kimchi Noodles: A fusion delight

Imagine a bowl of those perfectly spicy, raving with the flavour of Kimchi, garnished with your favourite treats. Ready to make this lip-smacking bowl? Come on, let's cook!

April 2, 2024
April 2, 2024

The great salami shift: Eid celebrations through millennial eyes  

Eid in Dhaka unfolds a tale that every millennial can narrate with a mix of nostalgia and a slight grimace. It’s that time of year when our roles shift dramatically from the eager hands once extended for Eid salamis to the ones reluctantly opening our physical or digital wallets.

April 2, 2024
April 2, 2024

Cashless in Dhaka: Navigating pre-Eid expenses with a tap

Cashless in Dhaka: Navigating pre-Eid expenses with a tap

March 28, 2024
March 28, 2024

Navigating Dhaka's Eid shopping scene on a budget

By now, many have already spent a good chunk of their time shopping for friends and families. After all, can you put a price on the smile of your loved ones after gifting them their Eid dress?

March 3, 2024
March 3, 2024

Building a healthier Dhaka: Why understanding women’s health benefits us all

Back in the day, discussing the health issues of women was nothing short of a taboo. A serial offender would have an easier time getting a break than someone who openly discusses topics ranging from menstrual cramps to pregnancy woes. This phenomenon was not only confided within your household; it was a global one, and unfortunately, remnants of this taboo still linger in our society today.

February 25, 2024
February 25, 2024

Mastering the miKE: Evolution of emceeing in Dhaka

The nation’s bustling capital city has been experiencing the rise of a new phenomenon encompassing individuals who have a niche in public speaking.

February 22, 2024
February 22, 2024

Should you really take relationship advice from netizens?

Picture this: It's a lazy Friday afternoon in Dhaka. The sky is overcast, and you are sipping on your third cup of cha, scrolling through your phone. Suddenly, the urge to solve your relationship woes with the wisdom of the internet grips you.

February 18, 2024
February 18, 2024

Beyond aesthetics: Décor that speaks to the soul

Our bedrooms serve as more than just places to sleep; they are places where we relax, rejuvenate, and think. By adding a touch of beauty and calmness to your interior design, your bedroom may become a serene space that uplifts your emotions.

February 14, 2024
February 14, 2024

How do you react when your ex is doing better than you?

Your ex is scaling mountains, while you're barely managing to scale the pile of laundry in the corner of your room. But before you drown in a sea of self-pity, let's flip the script with some earth-shattering, cha-stirring advice on how to invest in the most scandalously overlooked and self-devalued stock on the market: you.

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