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  • A torchbearer for freestyle footballers in Bangladesh

    Freestyle football is the art of self-expression through creatively juggling a football using any parts of the body, from the elbows to the hands.
  • Art world adjusts to lockdown cautiously

    With spiralling Covid-19 cases, the government of Bangladesh announced a seven-day countrywide lockdown, starting from April 5. Art galleries and event spaces are monitoring the situation strictly. While most of them have postponed their public programmes, others have chosen to operate cautiously.
  • Delivering reliable healthcare information in Bangla

    Tasnim Jara is an emergency medicine doctor at National Health Service, England, and a master’s student of Evidence-based Healthcare at the University of Oxford. She co-founded Shohay, a start-up that aims to provide reliable healthcare information in Bangla.
  • Conversations with young authors of Ekushey Boi Mela

    The Ekushey Boi Mela provides ample opportunities for young authors to showcase their talents. Star Youth, The Daily Star, caught up with seven such authors to find out about their aspirations, and more.
  • Introducing winners of The Daily Star’s ‘Muktijuddho Olympiad’

    The Daily Star’s “Muktijuddho Olympiad”, powered by efood, aimed to educate young students about the history of Bangladesh. Nearly 4,800 students registered for the online completion across four categories: School (Class 4-6), School (Class 7-10), College, and University.
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