Poverty could not stop Rabeya Sultana Rabbi from becoming an expert automobile mechanic, in a society where women are stereotyped in every aspect of life.
The ongoing month-long Brikkho Mela (Tree Fair) in Dhaka is receiving a good response from gardening enthusiasts in the capital.
One who has love for the strays never bothers any risk or danger to do something for them.
The Dhammarajika Buddhist Monastery in the capital’s Bashabo Sabujbagh area distributes iftar and drinking-water to poor fasting Muslims.
During the early hours of an April day, as remnants of a storm from the night before formed into a drizzle, small “meows” could be heard from a fourth-storey sunshade of a building in Khilgaon.
Watch the video to know about Labu Miah, a passionate and master flute maker who has been making bamboo flutes with the finest sound quality and perfect tune, which can be compared to any flute instrument of international standard in the world.
Cattle traders charge high price in the cattle markets of Dhaka ahead of the Eid-ul-Azha, while supply of cattle is still moderate.
The 4th International Day of Yoga is celebrated in Dhaka, Rajshahi, and Chittagong cities of Bangladesh. The High Commission of India in Dhaka and Assistant High Commissions of India in Rajshahi and Chittagong organised events to observe the day.