Tahmid Azad Sohan

Tips for organising your closet

We know it sounds daunting to give your wardrobe a makeover, but the feeling of finding right things at the right time is unparalleled.

Essential Toolbox: Be the handyman yourself

For a lot of small home issues, with the right tools, any rookie handyman is enough on their own. Why shell out good money to the handymen to perform jobs that could have been done by a screwdriver or a pair of pliers.

Mangoes: A love for the ages

The only reason you are not rioting about this sweltering summer heat is because it coincides with the season of the ‘King of fruits,’ Mangoes. Auspicious, fragrant, juicy, pulpy, having mangoes is nearly therapeutic. Sour or sweet, ripe or unripe, mangoes in any form never fails to hit your taste bud right.

QRIUS celebrates Golden Jubilee of Independence

QRIUS, a fusion lifestyle brand, observes the 50 years of Bangladesh’s independence as they arrange their interior with a completely new aesthetic outlook inspired by the nostalgic ‘Letters of 1971’. As you step foot in their outlet, you cannot help but feel you are from a nation born out of strife and turbulence.

Khazana reopens at Gulshan 2

The green décor complemented by the golden interior with an outdoor waterfall would just set your mood right once you step foot in the new venture. The ambience speaks of royalty and the heritage of Indian cuisine. The lighting, design and furniture with a soothing music in the background would lift up the spirit of even the most pessimist at heart.

Greens for the office table

If this is your first foray into office plants, then buckle up! To help you, we have here some suggestions of easy-care plants. Even if you’re not quite the gardening type, these planting projects are the perfect match for you since they require very little aftercare.

Farzi Café —Take your taste bud on a heavenly ride

Bored of regular pizza and pasta? A lazy afternoon cheeseburger doesn’t cut it anymore? Yearning for a more familiar taste to tantalise your taste buds? Then look no further because Farzi Café — an amalgamation of traditional global cuisine, with an Indian touch, modern presentation culinary styles, and ambience — is the ideal place to go.

Sohel Taj launches Inspire Fitness

The former State Minister for Home Affairs, Sohel Taj, launches his first ever gymnasium in the capital that goes by the name, Inspire Fitness by Sohel Taj. The inauguration took place on 9 October 2020, which was attended by the honourable State Minister, Ministry of Youth and Sports, Zahid Ahsan Russell.

Guba Publishing at Ekushey Boi Mela

Guba Publishing, an independent publishing house from Oakland, California, has a stall at the Ekushey Boi Mela for the first time ever. The opening ceremony of the stall took place on 3 February, 2020, at the Bangla Academy premises and was inaugurated by renowned designer Bibi Russell.

Managing dentine hypersensitivity

In medical terms, dentine hypersensitivity is a form of dental pain which is sharp in character and of short duration, arising from exposed dentin surfaces in response to stimuli, typically thermal, chemical, or electrical; and which cannot be ascribed to any other dental disease.

Experience paradise

Spread across a scenic expanse of land, and encompassed by a beautiful environment, lies the Subarna Bhumi Resort in Gazaria, Munshiganj, where your winter holidays need to be.

‘Iti, Tomari Dhaka’

The cast of the first anthology film of Bangladesh, titled ‘Iti, Tomari Dhaka’ gathered for a special screening at Blockbuster Cinemas, Jamuna Future Park, on Saturday, 30 November 2019. Alongside the notable stars and directors, were the group directors of Jamuna Group, Mehnaz Islam, and Dr Alamgir Alam, and D.G.M Jahid Hossain Chowdhury.

In conversation with Dr Radhika Lakshmanan

Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancers. In Singapore, it is the most frequent cause of all cancer deaths.

Bangladesh observes World Cerebral Palsy Day

Institute of Paediatric Neurodisorder and Autism (IPNA) of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) organized “Free Cerebral Palsy Camp” and “Scientific Seminar” on 23 October 2019 at 8:00 am and 12:00 am respectively at F-Block, BSMMU centering around “World Cerebral Palsy Day”.

Promoting mental wellbeing

The Counselling Unit of BRAC University had organised a round-table discussion on 12 October, 2019, at the conference room, of BRAC University, Mohakhali.

Dr Choo Su Pin enlightens on Gastrointestinal Cancers

She recently visited Bangladesh, thanks to the International Medical Consultants (IMC), a unique healthcare assistance centre in Bangladesh.

Hotel Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka brings ‘Taste of Indonesia’ home

The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Dhaka, in cooperation with Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka, is running “Taste of Indonesia,” a weeklong Indonesian food festival from 30 August to 6 September, 2019.

World’s oldest barber-shop now in Dhaka

Having groomed the monarchs of Great Britain for over 200 years through nine consecutive reigns, Truefitt & Hill continues the legacy by bringing their worldliness to Dhaka. Get yourself groomed by The Royal Warrant Holders to H.R.H The Duke of Edinburgh, like their

Words with Cardiologist Dr Ong Sea Hing

Dr Ong Sea Hing is a Cardiologist from Farrer Park Hospital, Singapore. His subspecialty is in coronary artery angioplasty and stenting, including complex coronary interventions. He is also trained in structural heart interventions.

A walk to paradise with KK Tea

If green and red are signature colours of Bangladesh, the scent of tea might be its signature fragrance. While many cities across the globe wake up with a cup of coffee in their hands, Bangladesh shrugs off dreary mornings with a cup of tea.

Meet the green at Brikkho Mela 2019

Ever wondered what it would feel like to be drowning in greens? Free from the urban hustle, and the polluted air. Where there is

Wear your VOICE

Ever felt like sticking a placard on your forehead to make people aware of your stance on social issues because protests just don’t seem to register? Social awareness programmes or long social media posts are just not cutting it? Have an inclination to stand and

Crazy cricketers and their fans

Cricket, a gentleman’s game? Undoubtedly so. Flip the coin, and there are instances of those gentlemen turning into crazed cricketers to tickle your funny bone. The craziness of the

Life made easy: Sing-er’s kitchen appliances

Worn out by artificially flavoured drink mixes or regular ‘Lebur Shorbot’ to break the fast? Are these liquids failing miserably in brawling the blows of the scorching heat and most importantly failing in fulfilling your appetite? Craving for an add-on of liquid with the regular iftar items