Nafisa Faruque

Tips for submitting tax returns

Paying taxes is considered a civic duty and doing so, is a stringent requirement of the law of every country as well. In Bangladesh, the National Board of Revenue or NBR is the governing body that oversees the collection of taxes and revenues. Every year, 30 November is commemorated as National Income Tax Day and it also marks the last date by which you have to report your earnings to the NBR by submitting your tax return memos to them.

1y ago

Break the Silence, Eliminate the Violence: 16 Days of Activism against Gender based Violence

Gender-based violence, unfortunately, is not a concept we are unfamiliar with. In fact, according to UNICEF, gender-based violence is the most pervasive yet least visible human rights violation in the world.

2y ago

Weak in the Joints: Addressing arthritis from causes to care

To put it simply, arthritis is a kind of inflammation and can happen at one or more joints of the body at the same time.

2y ago

Understanding the process of Menopause

In contrast to the myths that foster the misconception that menopause is a tumultuous time, if embraced and dealt with in the right manner, it can certainly be a positive time of life too.

2y ago

The New Normal through My Eyes: Celebrating World Photography Day 2021

Like every year, World Photography Day has been celebrated across the globe on 19 August. It has been taken up a notch by KrayonMag, which organised a two-week-long photography exhibition, “New Normal Through My Eyes”, from 1 September 2021.

2y ago

A purr-fect evening at Capawcino Cat Cafe

In a homey and almost secluded corner of Eastern Housing at Mirpur, you can spot one of the most unique cafes in town.

4y ago

The age of ‘Pastryarchy’

The local food scene has changed completely in the last one decade. Food, especially desserts, have been revamped. The 21st century mass is constantly roving on a quest to explore the array of new flavours and are tantalised by the possibilities of contemporary, complex, yet delectable cuisines.

4y ago

A walk down Jessore Road

I still remember when I was a child; I would sit next to my father every Friday evening while he rested on the armchair and read something from our home's library, or told me stories about his childhood.

5y ago
September 12, 2022
September 12, 2022

Tips for submitting tax returns

Paying taxes is considered a civic duty and doing so, is a stringent requirement of the law of every country as well. In Bangladesh, the National Board of Revenue or NBR is the governing body that oversees the collection of taxes and revenues. Every year, 30 November is commemorated as National Income Tax Day and it also marks the last date by which you have to report your earnings to the NBR by submitting your tax return memos to them.

December 14, 2021
December 14, 2021

Break the Silence, Eliminate the Violence: 16 Days of Activism against Gender based Violence

Gender-based violence, unfortunately, is not a concept we are unfamiliar with. In fact, according to UNICEF, gender-based violence is the most pervasive yet least visible human rights violation in the world.

November 23, 2021
November 23, 2021

Understanding the process of Menopause

In contrast to the myths that foster the misconception that menopause is a tumultuous time, if embraced and dealt with in the right manner, it can certainly be a positive time of life too.

November 23, 2021
November 23, 2021

Weak in the Joints: Addressing arthritis from causes to care

To put it simply, arthritis is a kind of inflammation and can happen at one or more joints of the body at the same time.

September 16, 2021
September 16, 2021

The New Normal through My Eyes: Celebrating World Photography Day 2021

Like every year, World Photography Day has been celebrated across the globe on 19 August. It has been taken up a notch by KrayonMag, which organised a two-week-long photography exhibition, “New Normal Through My Eyes”, from 1 September 2021.

December 10, 2019
December 10, 2019

A purr-fect evening at Capawcino Cat Cafe

In a homey and almost secluded corner of Eastern Housing at Mirpur, you can spot one of the most unique cafes in town.

September 3, 2019
September 3, 2019

The age of ‘Pastryarchy’

The local food scene has changed completely in the last one decade. Food, especially desserts, have been revamped. The 21st century mass is constantly roving on a quest to explore the array of new flavours and are tantalised by the possibilities of contemporary, complex, yet delectable cuisines.

March 26, 2019
March 26, 2019

A walk down Jessore Road

I still remember when I was a child; I would sit next to my father every Friday evening while he rested on the armchair and read something from our home's library, or told me stories about his childhood.

March 26, 2019
March 26, 2019

Refugees across the World

A home is one's sanctuary — somewhere where they can feel safe, loved, and secure. But when one is faced by the perils of invasion, imprisonment, rape, murder and/or mass persecution, there is no other way than escaping from the place they call home. And when they do so, they become what the world knows them as — refugees.

February 25, 2019
February 25, 2019

Thakurma's stories: Bengali lit for children

The origin and development of Bengali literature for children can be dated back to the times when colonial modernity began to

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